Crane Types Library

Every heavy lifting job can pose specific challenges. There are many different types of cranes designed to address different needs such as lift capacity, maneuverability, working radius, and other factors. These pages will help you learn more about the different types of cranes and which crane type is a good fit for your heavy lifting needs.

All-Terrain Cranes

All-terrain cranes are versatile heavy lifting machines that are highly regarded for their excellent mobility and ability to adapt to different conditions.

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Rough Terrain Cranes

Rough terrain cranes are specialized heavy lifting machines ideal for outdoor environments and other jobsites with difficult or uneven terrain.
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Hydraulic Crawler Cranes

Hydraulic crawlers utilize a telescopic boom and all-purpose tracks to combine pick-and-carry capabilities with off-road maneuverability.

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Lattice Crawler Cranes

Lattice crawlers are high-capacity mobile cranes that are stronger and more stable at greater distances than other types or hydraulic/telescopic boom cranes.
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Mini Crawler Cranes

Mini crawler cranes are mobile lifting machines that use hydraulic systems to lift loads for indoor work or other jobs in confined spaces.
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Tower Cranes

Tower cranes are stationary lifting solutions that combine exceptional working radius and vertical reach along with a small jobsite footprint.
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Truck Cranes

Truck cranes are cranes mounted on purpose-built truck-style chassis that provide excellent maneuverability and higher lift capacities than other mobile lifting solutions.
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Boom Trucks

Boom trucks are versatile, truck-mounted cranes that combine high mobility with a small footprint for jobs with lighter loads.

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Aerial Lifts

Aerial lifts, also known as aerial work platforms, allow operators to lift them and their equipment to hard-to-reach places via an extendable platform.
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Material Handlers

Material handlers are small industrial machines that utilize a forked lifting mechanism to provide quick, easy transportation for materials and other heavy items.
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