Power, performance and comfort improved
With a five-section, telescopic boom upperworks combined with a crawler lowerworks, the new SCC8100TBXL model provides the dual advantages of a crawler crane and hydraulic crane.
The machine features a boom that uses heavy-duty nylon rope instead of the commonly used steel cable, enabling a lighter weight boom design with no sacrifice in boom strength. The machine is particularly well suited for road and bridge building.
The SCC8100TBXL crane has a maximum lift capacity of 110 tons (100 metric tons), a maximum boom height of 155.8 feet (47.5 m), total counterweight of 81,570 pounds (37 000 kg), and maximum gradeability of 60 percent (31 degrees). A 300-hp (224-kW) Cummins QSL9-C300 Tier 4 Interim-certified engine powers the SCC8100TBXL crane. Its Porsche-designed UltraCab 2 provides optimum operator comfort and safety.
“The SCC8100TBXL fills a strategic position in the Sany product lineup,” said Kyle Nape, senior vice president, Sany America Lifting Group. “It’s a competitively priced, high-performance crane that meets the needs of a variety of applications.
“Contractors will appreciate this crane’s maneuverability and stability on any jobsite. Because it’s set on a crawler base, the SCC8100TBXL sets up quickly without the need for outriggers. Its telescopic boom is ready for use without the setup time that fixed-boom cranes require.”
Like other Sany cranes, the Sany SCC8100TBXL offers advanced control and reliability through its Rexroth hydraulic system.
The five-section telescoping boom is made from high-strength steel plate using a multi-folded process. The use of greaseless composite bearings greatly reduces periodic boom maintenance. Two single-stage, double-acting extension cylinders power the boom.
“Including the SCC8100TBXL, Sany has brought ten new models to this marketplace since 2010,” Nape said. “These product introductions demonstrate our commitment to the North American market.”