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10 Ton, Carry Deck Crane

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15 Ton, Carry Deck Crane

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18 Ton, Carry Deck Crane

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20 Ton, Carry Deck Crane

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22 Ton, Carry Deck Crane

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25 Ton, Carry Deck Crane

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30 Ton, Carry Deck Crane

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About 10-30 ton

<!–10 to 30 ton lifting capacity carry deck cranes are used by construction crews and industrial teams on large-scale projects that require the frequent transportation, loading, unloading, or lifting of heavy materials. The sturdy carry deck at the front of the vehicle is designed to hold objects of 10 tons or more depending on the model, negating the need for crews to manually carry materials. The vehicle’s crane is connected to a boom and hovers over the carry deck, fixed to a 360-degree rotating turntable. This allows operators to hoist and drop off materials from a stationary position. The carry deck crane’s compact frame makes it easier to maneuver in congested work zones, and its collapsible boom allows operators to access locations beyond low overhangs and entrances. Once situated, the crane can also be used to transfer large materials, including equipment, tools, or building materials, to workers in elevated areas.–>
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