Manitowoc Model 12000 to India

By Alex Dahm17 April 2009

Steel Authority India Ltd has bought its first Manitowoc Model 12000 lattice boom crawler crane

Steel Authority India Ltd has bought its first Manitowoc Model 12000 lattice boom crawler crane

Steel Authority of India Limited has taken delivery of its first 110 tonne capacity Manitowoc Model 12000 lattice boom crawler crane. Work includes picking columns, girders and fabricated structures during expansion work at its Rourkela plant.

The modernization project will increase annual production capacity from 2.1 million to 4.5 million tonnes. Rourkela was the first integrated steel plant in the public sector in India with an installed capacity of 1 million tonnes.

The Model 12000 has 70.1 m maximum boom and can have up to 82.3 m of jib. Rated line pull is 11,400 kg and runs up to 120 m/min.

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