Manitowoc unveils Grove GRT 9165 Rough Terrain crane | Crane Plus

Manitowoc unveils Grove GRT 9165 Rough Terrain crane | Crane Plus:

Manitowoc has unveiled the 149 tonne Grove GRT 9165 Rough Terrain crane at its open days in Shady Grove Pennsylvania today.

The three axle GRT 9165 features a 62.5 metre six section, pinned main boom which can be extended to a maximum tip height of 91.2 metres with a choice of manual or hydraulic offset extensions.
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The new crane has been designed for easy transport, with an overall stowed height of 3.8 metres, hydraulically removable counterweight and outrigger boxes, taking it down to an overall weight of 52.6 tonnes. The crane uses a hydrogas suspension system.

Grove GRT9165 Rough Terrain
Grove GRT9165 Rough Terrain

The updated cab features a new ‘wide body design’, 250mm wider than its other Rough Terrain models, and tilts by up to 20 degrees. The control system includes an optimised display screen for its Crane Control System (CCS).
Product manager Rough Terrain cranes Paul Cutchall said: “The GRT9165 continues our trend of offering class-leading advantages on large capacity cranes. The crane’s longer reach in particular will help lifters to bid for and complete more jobs with a single crane, increasing their capabilities.”

“Rough Terrain cranes are often the first machine to roll onto the job site, so they have to be reliable. That’s why we designed the GRT9165 to be the strongest, longest reaching, most cost effective Rough Terrain crane we have ever assembled.”

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