Rough-terrain cranes have a single cab located on a rotating superstructure and drives on two axles. Driving these cranes is typically restricted to jobsites because of the low travel speed, though some cities and countries do allow rough-terrain cranes to be certified for street use. As the name implies, these cranes are capable of traversing very rough terrain to reach their working location.
Tadano America’s six hydraulic rough-terrain cranes have many capacities that make them are extremely capable off road. With transport weights ranging from 30 to 80 tons, each crane is manufactured in accordance with stringent quality and regulatory requirements for its safe handling of materials. Each includes the Tadano electronic Load Moment Indicator system with control lever lockout function, lift status indicator, outrigger status indicator and many more safety features.