When it comes to lifting large, heavy objects at construction sites, there is nothing better than a mobile crane. Moving trucks combine the best of larger cranes and hauling cranes. With their compact size and maneuverability, they are ideal for use on construction sites with limited access. In addition, they often have a higher loading capacity than larger tower cranes.
Mobile cranes also known as hydraulic-powered crane are smaller than other cranes, but compensate for them by their effectiveness. Heavy axles and hydraulic lifting cranes move the crane allows them to lift large and heavy objects at extraordinary heights.
Although tower cranes can be much higher than mobile cranes, the lifting capacity of mobile cranes is usually much higher. With a mobile crane that can lift up to 150 tons.
The compact mobile crane design is ideal for use in busy construction sites. If there is little space between buildings, structures or houses, the use of tower cranes is not practical.
Conversely, mobile cranes can move in confined spaces and can still be used to lift large and heavy objects effectively. They can be used to access narrow areas of the site that cannot be entered into larger taps. In addition, as a legitimate road vehicle, a moving crane can also travel in and from one construction site to another to do several elevators on the same day.
Unlike other types of cranes, mobile cranes only need to be adjusted as little as possible to ensure that all work is completed as quickly as possible. Where tower cranes need to be prepared and built, mobile cranes can only go to the construction site, secure themselves and start lifting.