Link-Belt Telecrawlers are Landing in the Carolinas!

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When first introduced in 2005, the Link-Belt telecrawler products won early praise as a niche market solution to ease off-road maneuvering common for powerline utility applications, but they have quickly proven their worth in rental and general construction fleets both domestically and abroad.1

Pinnacle Cranes is proud to announce the arrival of Link-Belt telecrawlers, TCC-1100 and the new TCC-2500, to their assortment of offerings. If you haven't seen one of these beauties in action, you need to schedule a demo right away.

At the 2017 CONEXPO-CONAGG Meeting in Las Vegas, Link-Belt publically debuted it's newest telecrawler, the TCC-2500. The 250-ton telescopic crawler will make a great addition to any general construction, power transmission, or large crane rental fleet.

This telecrawler can lift, reach and travel like a large fixed boom lattice crawler, while also having the ability to retract the boom and reduce its overall profile as job site conditions and environment require.2

Another important aspect of the TCC_2500 is it's ability to quickly and easily move on and off a job site as it weighs less than 106,000 pounds. The telecrawler is also easier to assemble using less steps, with the ability to self-assemble side frames with standard equipped car body jacks and wireless remote control for hydraulic pinning and jack operation.

Why is this new release a big deal? Because of its ability to self-assemble and retract and fit in smaller areas, these crawlers can save you time and money. One example of this is rather than having to shut down 2-3 lanes of traffic during a job using a lattice crawler, you can instead utilize only one lane with a telecrawler.

If you're in the Carolinas, consider renting or buying a Link-Belt Telecrawler for your next job. If you're still not convinced, contact us and schedule a demo to see this machine in action up close.

1. "ALL Erection adds new Link-Belt TCC-2500s to fleet." Nov. 15, 2016. https://www.linkbelt.com/article/16_11_15_all-erection-adds-new-link-belt-tcc-2500s-fleet

2. Scott Knight, Link-Belt Product Manager interviewed by D. Ann Shiffler. "New 250-ton telecrawler from Link-Belt." Nov.1, 2016. http://www.khl.com/magazines/american-cranes-and-transport/detail/item122497/New-250-ton-telecrawler-from-Link-Belt

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