Rough Terrain Cranes


Rough Terrain Cranes

A subclass of a hydraulic crane is a rough-terrain crane. A rough-terrain crane, a self-propelled crane mounted on an undercarriage of four rubber tires, is designed to work on off-road and “rough” applications and surfaces, mostly used for pick-and-carry events.

& Benefits


One of the big advantages of rough terrain cranes is their compact power, which is more than proportionate to their very reasonable size.


Due to their four over-sized rubber tires and all-wheel drive systems, these cranes are equipped to tackle almost any type of ground to get a job done.


The crane is able to increase stability by using four outriggers.


Due to their low centre of gravity and adjustable outriggers, rough terrain cranes are able to accomplish jobs safely and quickly.