If your want a great service and the best offers on the market, when renting a mobile hydraulic truck crane for your lifting project contact Delta Cranes.
Performance – the capability to lift 100% of crane’s load capacity
Longevity – delivering long-term service at affordable rates
Safety – giving an absolute crane safety service available by protecting property from damage and people from injury
How mobile hydraulic cranes work?
These cranes can lift thousands of pounds using the simple concept of transmitting forces from point to point through a fluid.
They work by harnessing the strength that liquid under pressure gives. Usually, the liquid is water or light oil as this works well with the system of pistons and pumps.
The cranes use a fixed system of pipes. Constant pressure can be maintained once a part of the system has moved into place. This makes it extremely stable to use and able to support sizeable weights.
These cranes are used to lift heavy loads up to tall heights so it’s important the truck is completely stable while lifting.
The tires won’t offer the stability needed, so the truck employs outriggers. These act as balances to keep the crane from leaning too much to one side or the other.
Outriggers used in these types of cranes lift the tires on the truck off the ground.
The outriggers are the only mechanism used to balance the crane while lifting operations are performed. Also, detachable counterweights can be placed on the back of the crane on the underside of the cab.
This prevents the crane from tipping forward during the operation. The counterweight needed for a specific lift is determined by the weight of the load, the boom radius, and its angle while in operation.
Uses of hydraulic mobile cranes?
We cater for both Domestic and Commercial use. If it needs lifting, contact us.
How much weight can be lifted?
It varies depending on the lifting power. A 40-ton crane lift 40 short tons, which convert to 80000 pounds.
When should I use mobile hydraulic cranes?
The crane with extension jibs and telescoping booms are used for commercial, special events, construction, and residential projects.
Our cranes are used to lift a variety of items including propane tanks, heavy equipment, boilers, air conditioners, generators, roofing materials, steel erections and more.