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Cleveland-based ALL Erection & Crane Rental Corp. has purchased five Grove GMK7550 all terrain mobile hydraulic cranes. The first crane was delivered in April and the rest are scheduled for delivery later in the year.

The seven-axle GMK7550 is Grove's largest mobile hydraulic all terrain crane. The five-section, full power boom provides a maximum tip height of 207 feet and features a patented twin-lock boom pinning system with 32 extension configurations.

The Grove electronic crane operating system automatically controls boom functions and also works with the EKS5 LMI system to provide the operator with a constant update of all crane conditions. The GMK7550 features a 255 horsepower (hp) Mercedes OM906LA diesel, water-cooled, superstructure engine and a 563 hp Mercedes diesel, water-cooled, turbocharged carrier engine.

For more information, visit allcrane.com

SOURCE: ALL Erection & Crane Rental Corp.



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