This sharp Kato SR-700L belongs to Tiong Woon from Singapore (SG) and was used by the erection of a steel construction for a new production facility. It is a 70-tonne rough-terrain crane mounted on a 2-axle carrier van hydro static drive.
The crane is powered by a Mitsubishi 6D24-TLE2A, an 11.9 liter 6-cylinder diesel engine with a power of 257 kW. The undercarriage with 4x4x4-drive has two steerable and driven axles.
The outrigger base of the crane measures 8.1 x 7.6 meters, or half 8.1 x 4.6 meters.
In transit is the crane 12.59 meters long, 2.99 meters wide and 3.68 meters tall. During the transport over the road is the crane towed by a recovery vehicle.
The vehicle with a mass of 39.75 tonnes can reach a driving speed of 49 km/h.
The 6-part main boom has a 10 meter base length and extends five times to a maximum length of 44.5 meters. The main boom can be extended by a 2-part jib with a length of 8.3 / 13.2 meters. The jib is mountable to the main boom under a 7, 25, 45 or 60 degree angle.