A flat top tower crane doesn’t have an apex, which makes the crane more versatile when dealing with height restrictions in applications such as airports or power plants, or when two cranes are slewing over each other. Their modular design enables quick and easy assembly and disassembly, reducing setup time and overall project costs. Another appealing feature of a flat top crane is that it allows the jib to be pre-assembled and installed directly. With many other types of cranes, the jib has to be assembled separately on-site. With a low overhead clearance, quick and easy assembly, combined with exceptional reach and heavy lifting capabilities makes this a popular crane for contractors.
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Durable, Modular Design: Our line of flat top cranes has a modular design that helps to reduce the cost of transportation. Easily transportable by truck or container, each piece is painted with rust-proof paint to help ensure your flat top crane is protected.
Easy Maintenance Access & Built-In Safety Features: Designed with both operators and technicians in mind, each tower crane in our line has easy to access maintenance compartments and built in safety features such as base ballast for added stability and radio remote controls.
Ergonomic Operator Cab: Nothing reduces productivity faster than operator discomfort. Our tower cranes come complete with climate controls and an easy-to-read display panel.
Long-Lasting Parts: Built from the highest quality long-lasting parts on the market, our flat top tower cranes are designed to stand up to the toughest environments and the most demanding jobs.
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