New Tadano 700 tonne all terrain crane

By Alex Dahm02 March 2021

A new 700 tonne capacity all terrain wheeled mobile crane has been announced by Tadano in Japan.

The 700 tonne capacity Tadano AR-7000N rigged with twin hooks The 700 tonne capacity Tadano AR-7000N rigged with twin hooks

A new 700 tonne capacity all terrain wheeled mobile crane has been announced by Tadano in Japan.

The AR-7000N is a seven axle telescopic boom crane for sale in the manufacturer’s domestic market. Charts show its maximum 700 tonnes lifted with 15.4 metres of boom at 2.7 metres radius. At 3 metres the figure is 550 tonnes.

Tadano AR-7000N boom options with four or six telescopic sections The Tadano AR-7000N was announced on 1 March 2021 and will be available with four- or six-section boom options

Versions are available with a six section 64 metre boom or a four section 43 metre. A rigid extension on the latter gives a total of 55.5 metres. A lattice type luffing jib up to 90 metres long gives a hook height of 142 metres.

Another option is a four section hydraulic telescopic luffing jib. Fully extended to 35.1 metres on the version with six section main boom gives a hook height of 100 metres.

Lifting

At a 10 metre radius with the four section boom extended to 28.7 metres , it will lift 208 tonnes. With the six section boom at a 10 metre radius and extended to 24 metres, capacity is 211.9 tonnes.

The 3 metre wide 7 axle carrier is 15.99 metres long and is made in Germany. Power is from a 12.8 litre, 390 kW Mercedes OM471 LA diesel with selective catalytic reduction. Drive options are 14 x 4, 14 x 6 or 14 x 8. Maximum speed is 62 km/h.

Power for the crane upper is from a 7.7 litre, 260 kW Mercedes OM936LA diesel, also with SCR.

Maximum counterweight on the superstructure is 208 tonnes. Overall, the four-section boom version is 19.07 metres long while the six section model is 18.82 metres.

Check back at internationalcranes.media for updates as they become available.

Multiple reeving, boom up, max counterweight, on 7 axles Tadano AR-7000N is a 700 tonne capacity all terrain crane for the Japanese market
Side view drawing showing basic dimensions of the four section boom version of the Tadano AR-7000N all terrain crane Side view dimensions of the four section boom version of the Tadano AR-7000N all terrain crane
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