Elliott Equipment Company has unveiled the newest BoomTruck in its lineup, the 45127R BoomTruck with a 45 USt rated capacity. Designed in partnership with industry leaders, the 45127R is loaded with features and options developed with owner-operators and rental customers in mind. The 45127R is also the first and highest capacity Elliott Equipment BoomTruck to feature a new design that allows for a 50 state federal bridge legal mounting configuration on 5 axles.
Elliott Equipment’s 45127R offers a 34 ft. 5 in. retracted to 127 ft. (38,7 m) extended 5-section steel telescopic boom with a sheave height of 137 ft. (41,7 m) and an optional two-piece 32 ft. to 55 ft. (9,7 to 16,7 m) telescopic jib for lifting or aerial basket work. Customers can also select boom lengths of 105 ft. (32m) and 142 ft. (43,3 m) for additional versatility. Lifting is powered by a heavy-duty two-speed hydraulic planetary winch with a 9,060 lb. (4109 kg) single line pull, 15,000 lb. (6800 kg) bare drum pull, and rotation resistant wire rope.
Features available on the new 45127R BoomTruck include a 360 degree load chart without a front stabilizer, operator’s choice of full hydraulic or electric/hydraulic controls, swing counterweight, operator cab with air conditioning, optional wireless remote controls, and a lifetime structural warranty. Accessory packages include a ‘transmission package’ featuring a jib, basket and remotes, and an “oilfield package” featuring an auxiliary winch, rooster sheave, winch drum rotation indicator, and swing counterweight.
Jim Glazer, President of Elliott Equipment Company, states that the development of the new 45127R model stems from Elliott’s dedication to continued expansion into the boom truck market. “The 45127R is a new high-capacity crane in Elliott Equipment’s boom truck line, reflecting our ongoing dedication to serving construction, utility, oil, and gas customers throughout the globe with the best American made equipment available. We have worked closely with our dealers and users to design a crane product that directly responds to the demands of some of the largest crane operators in the US market.”