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Mobile Cranes

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Construction year
1995
Mileage
108,339 km
€67 500
Construction year
2009
Mileage
14,285 km

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Construction year
2008

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Construction year
2001

Other cranes

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Construction year
2001
€22 800
Construction year
1999
Mileage
1,000 km
€38 900
Construction year
2007
Mileage
1,000 km

Mobile Cranes

€1 800
Construction year
1995
Weight
2,500 kg
€5 200

Mobile Cranes

€9 800
Construction year
2007
Weight
2,735 kg
Hours run
620 h

Mobile Cranes

€17 700
Construction year
2006
Weight
6,950 kg
Hours run
3,600 h

Mobile Cranes

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Construction year
1996
Hours run
7,712 h

Crawler cranes

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Construction year
2005
€15 900
Construction year
2002

Mobile Cranes

€7 000
Construction year
1993
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Construction year
2006
Weight
36,000 kg
Mileage
126,256 km

Mobile Cranes

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Construction year
2003
Weight
96,000 kg
Mileage
213,144 km
Price upon request
Construction year
2016
Weight
28,000 kg
Hours run
5 h

Mobile Cranes

€12 300
Construction year
1978

Tower cranes

€56 800
Construction year
2009

Mobile Cranes

€30 500
Construction year
1993

Crawler cranes

€898 900
Construction year
2009
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Construction cranes

Construction cranes are a common sight on building sites. They are used for heavy lifting jobs at heights people can’t reach. These tasks include lifting, lowering, and moving material in all possible directions. The strength of the building crane is that it can lift loads that human hands never could. A building crane is always operated by a qualified crane operator who needs to have a good understanding of the functioning, possibilities, and impossibilities of a crane.

Components of a construction crane

A construction crane is built up from various components, which together ensure that it is a strong and stable machine, which can lift the required weight, won’t fall over, and won’t break. Cranes exist in many types and sizes, each of which consists of separate components. A construction crane has a steel horizontal (The MAST is usually a vertical boom?) boom, called the mast, which is encased in a concrete base. In a regular (construction) crane this is built up from the ground out of several components and ensures stability from the bottom up. After that the base is weighted using concrete plates.

At its top, the mast has a second steel boom, called the jib. A hook hangs from this jib, sometimes with cables, or a trolley on rails. The hook can be operated with a winch, while the trolley on rails can be moved closer or further from the mast. The construction crane is operated from a cabin at the base of the first boom, the mast. In mobile construction cranes, there is no base that attaches to the ground, instead a counter-weight is fitted to the upper frame, so that the crane won’t fall over or otherwise be unable to do its job.

Range of construction cranes on Tradus

Mobile construction cranes, tow trucks and crawler tractors can be found on Tradus. In addition, there is a category for other construction cranes available. Liebherr, Grove, Terex, and Hitachi are frequently featured makes offered for sale by current owners of used construction cranes. Other makes that feature regularly in the adverts include Potain, Genie, Demag, Faun, and PPM.