Link-Belt Cranes has announced its RTC-80160 Series II, upgrading its previous 150-ton rough terrain to a 160-ton (145-mt) model.
“The 80150 has been a phenomenal success ever since it was introduced and this new base rating will be good news to our distributors and crane owners. It only makes sense for us to upgrade the 80150 to represent the top base rating in the market with the RTC-80160 Series II,” said Brian Smoot, Link-Belt Rough Terrain Crane Manager.Link-Belt Cranes first introduced the world to hydrostatic drive on a six-wheel carrier frame in 2002 with the RTC-80100 Series II.
Link-Belt has evolved their product offering into three 6-wheel rough terrain models: RTC-80110 Series II, RTC-80130 Series II, and now RTC-80160 Series II with hundreds of these units working across the globe. Link-Belt’s 6-wheel rough terrain cranes continue to be the market leaders and trusted option in applications that range from pier and dock work to refineries and industrial plants with their tight turning radius and reach, to wind farm maintenance with their strong charts and ease of travel. Link-Belt Cranes, with headquarters in Lexington, Kentucky, is a leader in the design and manufacture of telescopic boom and lattice boom cranes for the construction industry worldwide.