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National Crane 900H Series Product Guide

Features

• 32 m (105 ft) four-section boom • 24,5 t (27 USt) rating • Multi-position Easy Reach control panel • Graphical LMI


Features Graphical LMI

The Graphical Load Moment Indicator (LMI) is standard on all Series 900H machines. The LMI system displays all crane load lifting values simultaneously while providing real-time information about the crane and truck operating system and includes work area definition system (WADS) and operating limits. The LMI is also waterproof and visible in full or low light.

Options to get the job done • An auger attachment is available on the 28,9 m (95 ft) boom reaching a max digging radius of 11,8 m (39 ft) with full outrigger span • Personnel basket options are available to allow versatility in operating conditions

"HO"-style outriggers Two sets of “HO”- style outriggers with 6,09 m (20 ft) full span, 4,27 m (14 ft) mid span setting with manual locks and fully retracted outrigger spread. Main outriggers are equipped with removable ball and socket aluminum foot pads.

Easy Reach controls The Easy Reach control station can be tilted to the right or left side of the crane as needed and can be stowed in the center position for transport. The single axis pilot operated crane controls allow smooth operation for each crane function.


Features Improved serviceability and reliability helps keep you working longer • Bearings on the boom and retract cables can be greased through access holes in the boom side plates • Number of internal boom parts has been reduced, deceasing service time when rebuilding the machine • Internal anti-two-block wire routing eliminates damage potential • Painting crane components before assembly reduces the possibility of rust, improves serviceability and enhances the appearance of the machine • State of the art control valve provides smoother operation. The new design eliminates parts, reducing repair costs and improving the machines serviceability • Speedy-reeve boom tip and sheave blocks simplify rigging changes by decreasing the time needed to change line reeving

Performance you can rely on • The Series 900H is standard with 410° non-continuous rotation • Two-speed hoist provides faster winch payout and pickup of unloaded cable • The stronger standard torsion box improves rigidity, reduces truck frame flex and reduces the need for counterweight • A control knob located on the swing motor brake release valve can be easily adjusted to the crane operator's swing speed preference • Easy Glide boom wear pads reduce the conditions that cause boom chatter and vibration. The net result is smoother crane operation

*Product may be shown with optional equipment.


Contents

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Features

2

Mounting configurations

5

Specifications

6

Capacities

8

Dimensions

14

Accessories

15


Mounting configuration NOTE: 95’ BOOM SHOWN ���.��

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The mounting configuration is based on an 85% stability factor. If the bare truck weight requirements are not met, counterweight will be required. The complete unit must be installed on the truck in accordance with factory requirements. Since individual truck chassis vary, a test must be performed on the unit to verify actual stability after mounting and counterweighting (if required). A summary of mounting and truck requirements are: For 180 degree working area – Gross Axle Weight Rating Front (GAWR) – 9072 kg (20,000 lb) Gross Axle Weight Rating Rear (GAWR) – 18 144 kg (40,000 lb) Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVW) – 27 216 kg (60,000 lb) Wheelbase (WB) – 6,50 m (256 in) Cab to Axle Trunnion (CT) – 4,90 m (193 in) After Frame (AF) – 2,67 m (105 in) min. Frame Section Modulus (SM) from outrigger to RSOD – 327cm3 (20 in3) and 759 MPa (110,000 psi) material Bare chassis weight required for stability prior to installation Front – 3992 kg (8880 lb) Rear – 4309 kg (9500 lb) For 360 degree working area – Optional Single Front Stabilizer (SFO) Gross Axle Weight Rating Front (GAWR) – 9072 kg (20,000 lb) Gross Axle Weight Rating Rear (GAWR) – 18 144 kg (40,000 lb) Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVW) – 27 216 kg (60,000 lb) Wheelbase (WB) – 6,50 m (256 in) Cab to Axle Trunnion (CT) – 4,90 m (193 in) After Frame (AF) – 2,67 m (105 in) min. Frame Section Modulus (SM) from front spring hanger to end of after frame – 327cm3 (20 in3) and 759 MPa (110,000 psi) material Bare chassis weight required for stability prior to installation Front – 3992 kg (8800 lb) Rear – 4309 kg (9500 lb) Series 900H

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Note: Chassis will require extended front frame rails for SFO addition. For 360˚ stability the truck frame must have a 327 cm3 (20.0 in3) section modulus [248,566 N.m (2,200,000 in-lb) RBM] minimum under the crane frame, 245 cm3 (15 in3) section modulus [186,424 N.m (1,650,000 in-lb) RBM] at the front spring rear hanger, 163 cm3 (10 in3) section modulus [124,283 N.m (1,100,000 in-lb) RBM] through the front spring and 49 cm3 (3 in3) section modulus [37,284 N.m (330,000 in-lb) RBM] at the stabilizer attachment point on each truck frame rail. NOTE 1: Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) is dependent on all components of the vehicle (axles, tires, springs, fame, etc.) meeting manufacturers’ recommendations; always specify GVWR when purchasing trucks. NOTE 2: Diesel engines require a variable speed governor and energize-to-run fuel solenoid for smooth crane operation; electronic fuel injection is required. NOTE 3: All mounting data is based on a National Series 900H with subbase and an 85% stability factor. NOTE 4: The complete unit must be installed in accordance with factory requirements, and a test performed to determine actual stability and counterweight requirements; contact the factory for details. NOTE 5: Transmission neutral safety interlock switch is required. Truck transmission must be capable of having a neutral safety switch added.

THIS CHART IS ONLY A GUIDE AND SHOULD NOT BE USED TO OPERATE THE CRANE. The individual crane’s load chart, operating instructions and other instructional plates must be read and understood prior to operating the crane.

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Specifications Boom and jib combinations data

Available in three basic models. Model 969H — Equipped with a 6,6 m – 21,03 m (21.75 ft – 69 ft) four-section boom. Maximum tip height is 23,77 m (78 ft). 6,7 m – 21,05 m (22 ft – 69 ft) four-section boom.

Model 995H — Equipped with a 8,99 m – 29,0 m (29.5 ft – 95 ft) four-section boom. This model can be equipped with a 7,62 m –13,41 m (25 ft – 44 ft) two section jib. Maximum tip height with 13,41 m (44 ft) jib is 44,63 m (148 ft). 8,83 m – 29,0 m (29 ft – 95 ft) four-section boom.

9FJ44M 7,62 m – 13,41 m (25 ft – 44 ft) two-section jib

Model 9105H — Equipped with a 9,69 m – 32,0 m (32 ft – 105 ft) four-section boom. This model can be equipped with a 7,62 m – 13,41 m (25 ft – 44 ft) two-section jib. Maximum tip height with 13,41 m (44 ft) jib is 49,68 m (158 ft). 10,05 m – 32,0 m (33 ft – 105 ft) four-section boom.

9FJ44M 7,62 m – 13,41 m (25 ft – 44 ft) two-section jib

Note: Maximum tip height is measured with outriggers/stabilizers fully extended.

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THIS CHART IS ONLY A GUIDE AND SHOULD NOT BE USED TO OPERATE THE CRANE. The individual crane’s load chart, operating instructions and other instructional plates must be read and understood prior to operating the crane.


Specifications 900H winch data

NOTICE

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• Do not deadhead line block against boom tip when extending boom • Keep at least � wraps of loadline on drum at all times • Use only �/�� in diameter rotation resistant cable with ��,��� lb breaking strength on this machine • Maximum capacity with high speed winch is ���� lb

Maximum Boom Length at Maximum Elevation with Rigging Shown with Load Block at Ground Level

Winch

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All winch pulls and speeds are shown on the fourth layer. Winch line pulls would increase on the first, second and third layers. Winch line speed would decrease on the first, second and third layers. Winch line pulls may be limited by the winch capacity or the ANSI � to � cable safety factor. These are shown below: Winch Standard planetary

Series 900H

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Allowable cable pull ���� lb

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Downhaul weight � sheave block � sheave block � sheave block

THIS CHART IS ONLY A GUIDE AND SHOULD NOT BE USED TO OPERATE THE CRANE. The individual crane’s load chart, operating instructions and other instructional plates must be read and understood prior to operating the crane.

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Capacities Series 995H: 29 m (95 ft) boom with 7,62 m – 13,41 m (25 ft – 44 ft) jib, full span outrigger and stabilizer

BOOM LENGTH IN FEET

HEIGHT IN FEET

National Crane will send you a chart on request – or you may secure needed load rating information through your nearest National Crane dealer. CAUTION: ��� • Do not operate crane booms, jib extensions, any ��° �nd Jib accessories or loads within 3 m (10 ft) of live power ��' ��° ��� Do not move lines or other conductors of electricity. ��° unloaded boom �st Jib beyond limit line • Jib and boom capacities shown are maximum for each ��' ��° ��� section. ��.�° • Do not exceed capacities at reduced radii. �� • Load ratings shown on the load rating charts are ��� ��.�° maximum allowable loads with the outriggers properly �� D extended on a firm, level surface and the crane leveled and �� �� C mounted on a factory recommended truck. ��° Stability Limit Line with ��� lb • Always level the crane with the level indicator located on Block �� B �� ��° the crane. �� A • The operator must reduce load to allow for factors such ��° �� �� as wind, ground conditions, operating speeds and their Structural Limit Line with ��' Jib effects on freely suspended loads. ��° Erected • Overloading this crane may cause structural collapse or �� �° instability. ���° • Weights on any accessories attached to the boom or � � �� �� �� �� ��� ��� loadline must be deducted from the load chart capacities. Operating radius Structural Limit Line RADIUS IN FEET • Do not exceed jib capabilities at any reduced boom from C/L rotation with ��' Jib Erected with unloaded boom lengths. • Do not deadhead lineblock against boom tip when extending boom or winching up. ��' FULL SPAN ��'�" FULL SPAN • Keep at least three wraps of loadline on drum at all times. • Use only specified cable with this machine. MID SPAN

FULL SPAN

FULL SPAN

MID SPAN

OUTRIGGER LOCK PINS MUST BE DISENGAGED

STABILIZER LOCK PINS MUST BE DISENGAGED

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Note: 1. All capacities are in pounds, angles in degrees and radii in feet. 2. Loaded boom angles are given as reference only. 3. Shaded areas are structurally limited capacities. 4. Handling of personnel is only permitted with full span extension of all outrigger and stabilizer beams.

THIS CHART IS ONLY A GUIDE AND SHOULD NOT BE USED TO OPERATE THE CRANE. The individual crane’s load chart, operating instructions and other instructional plates must be read and understood prior to operating the crane.


Capacities Series 995H: 29 m (95 ft) boom with 7,62 m – 13,41 m (25 ft – 44 ft) jib, mid span outrigger and stabilizer

National Crane will send you a chart on request – or you may secure needed load rating information through your nearest National Crane dealer. CAUTION: • Do not operate crane booms, jib extensions, any accessories or loads within 3 m (10 ft) of live power lines Do not move ��� or other conductors of electricity. unloaded boom beyond limit line • Jib and boom capacities shown are maximum for each ��� section. • Do not exceed capacities at reduced radii. ��� • Load ratings shown on the load rating charts are maximum allowable loads with the outriggers properly extended on a firm, level surface and the crane leveled and mounted on a �� Stability Limit Line with ��� lb factory recommended truck. Block • Always level the crane with the level indicator located on �� the crane. • The operator must reduce load to allow for factors such as �� Structural Limit wind, ground conditions, operating speeds and their effects Line with ��' Jib Erected on freely suspended loads. �� • Overloading this crane may cause structural collapse or instability. � • Weights on any accessories attached to the boom or loadline ��� ��� Structural Limit Line must be deducted from the load chart capacities. with ��' Jib Erected • Do not exceed jib capabilities at any reduced boom lengths. • Do not deadhead lineblock against boom tip when extending boom or winching up. • Keep at least three wraps of loadline on drum at all times. • Use only specified cable with this machine. ���

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OUTRIGGER LOCK PINS MUST BE ENGAGED

STABILIZER LOCK PINS MUST BE ENGAGED

Load chart �� ft � �� ft JIB RATED LOADS

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THIS CHART IS ONLY A GUIDE AND SHOULD NOT BE USED TO OPERATE THE CRANE. The individual crane’s load chart, operating instructions and other instructional plates must be read and understood prior to operating the crane.

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Capacities Series 995H: 29 m (95 ft) boom with no jib, retracted outrigger and stabilizer

National Crane will send you a chart on request – or you may secure needed load rating information through your nearest National Crane dealer. ���

BOOM LENGTH IN FEET

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HEIGHT IN FEET

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CAUTION: • Do not operate crane booms, jib extensions, any accessories or loads within 3 m (10 ft) of live power lines or other conductors of electricity. • Jib and boom capacities shown are maximum for each section. • Do not exceed capacities at reduced radii. • Load ratings shown on the load rating charts are maximum allowable loads with the outriggers properly extended on a firm, level surface and the crane leveled and mounted on a factory recommended truck. • Always level the crane with the level indicator located on the crane. • The operator must reduce load to allow for factors such as wind, ground conditions, operating speeds and their effects on freely suspended loads. • Overloading this crane may cause structural collapse or instability. • Weights on any accessories attached to the boom or loadline must be deducted from the load chart capacities. • Do not exceed jib capabilities at any reduced boom lengths. • Do not deadhead lineblock against boom tip when extending boom or winching up. • Keep at least three wraps of loadline on drum at all times. • Use only specified cable with this machine.

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OUTRIGGER LOCK PINS MUST BE DISENGAGED

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Load chart RATED LOAD REDUCTIONS WITH STOWED JIB

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THIS CHART IS ONLY A GUIDE AND SHOULD NOT BE USED TO OPERATE THE CRANE. The individual crane’s load chart, operating instructions and other instructional plates must be read and understood prior to operating the crane.


Capacities Series 9105H: 32 m (105 ft) boom with 7,62 m – 13,41 m (25 ft – 44 ft) jib, full span outrigger and stabilizer

National Crane will send you a chart on request – or you may secure needed load rating information through your nearest National Crane dealer. 2nd Jib 44'

80°

160

70°

1st Jib 25'

60°

BOOM LENGTH IN FEET

120

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90

100

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80

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60

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Structural Limit Line with 44' Jib Erected

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FULL SPAN

0 120

Structural Limit Line with 25' Jib Erected

MID SPAN

20' FULL SPAN

18'6" FULL SPAN

OUTRIGGER LOCK PINS MUST BE DISENGAGED

CAUTION: • Do not operate crane booms, jib extensions, any accessories or loads within 3 m (10 ft) of live power lines or other conductors of electricity. • Jib and boom capacities shown are maximum for each section. • Do not exceed capacities at reduced radii. • Load ratings shown on the load rating charts are maximum allowable loads with the outriggers properly extended on a firm, level surface and the crane leveled and mounted on a factory recommended truck. • Always level the crane with the level indicator located on the crane. • The operator must reduce load to allow for factors such as wind, ground conditions, operating speeds and their effects on freely suspended loads. • Overloading this crane may cause structural collapse or instability. • Weights on any accessories attached to the boom or loadline must be deducted from the load chart capacities. • Do not exceed jib capabilities at any reduced boom lengths. • Do not deadhead lineblock against boom tip when extending boom or winching up. • Keep at least three wraps of loadline on drum at all times. • Use only specified cable with this machine.

STABILIZER LOCK PINS MUST BE DISENGAGED

Load chart �� ft � ��� ft BOOM RATED LOADS WITHOUT JIB

�� ft � �� ft JIB RATED LOADS

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RATED LOAD REDUCTIONS WITH STOWED JIB BOOM LENGTH �ft� �� �� �� �� �� ���

Series 900H

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Note: 1. All capacities are in pounds, angles in degrees and radii in feet. 2. Loaded boom angles are given as reference only. 3. Shaded areas are structurally limited capacities. 4. Handling of personnel is only permitted with full span extension of all outrigger and stabilizer beams.

THIS CHART IS ONLY A GUIDE AND SHOULD NOT BE USED TO OPERATE THE CRANE. The individual crane’s load chart, operating instructions and other instructional plates must be read and understood prior to operating the crane.

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Capacities Series 9105H: 32 m (105 ft) boom with 7,62 m – 13,41 m (25 ft – 44 ft) jib, mid span outrigger and stabilizer

National Crane will send you a chart on request – or you may secure needed load rating information through your nearest National Crane dealer. 70° 63°

BOOM LENGTH IN FEET

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CAUTION: • Do not operate crane booms, jib extensions, any accessories or loads within 3 m (10 ft) of live power lines or other conductors of electricity. • Jib and boom capacities shown are maximum for each section. • Do not exceed capacities at reduced radii. • Load ratings shown on the load rating charts are maximum allowable loads with the outriggers properly extended on a firm, level surface and the crane leveled and mounted on a factory recommended truck. • Always level the crane with the level indicator located on the crane. • The operator must reduce load to allow for factors such as wind, ground conditions, operating speeds and their effects on freely suspended loads. • Overloading this crane may cause structural collapse or instability. • Weights on any accessories attached to the boom or loadline must be deducted from the load chart capacities. • Do not exceed jib capabilities at any reduced boom lengths. • Do not deadhead lineblock against boom tip when extending boom or winching up. • Keep at least three wraps of loadline on drum at all times. • Use only specified cable with this machine.

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60°

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Do not move unloaded boom beyond limit line HEIGHT IN FEET

�nd Jib ��'

Stability Limit Line with 150 lb Block

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RADIUS IN FEET

MID SPAN

Structural Limit Line with 44' Jib Erected

MID SPAN

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��' MID SPAN

OUTRIGGER LOCK PINS MUST BE ENGAGED

STABILIZER LOCK PINS MUST BE ENGAGED

Load chart �� ft � ��� ft BOOM RATED LOADS WITHOUT JIB

�� ft � �� ft JIB RATED LOADS

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12

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Note: 1. All capacities are in pounds, angles in degrees and radii in feet. 2. Loaded boom angles are given as reference only. 3. Shaded areas are structurally limited capacities. 4. Handling of personnel is only permitted with full span extension of all outrigger and stabilizer beams.

THIS CHART IS ONLY A GUIDE AND SHOULD NOT BE USED TO OPERATE THE CRANE. The individual crane’s load chart, operating instructions and other instructional plates must be read and understood prior to operating the crane.


Capacities Series 9105H: 32 m (105 ft) boom with no jib, retracted span outrigger and stabilizer

National Crane will send you a chart on request – or you may secure needed load rating information through your nearest National Crane dealer.

BOOM LENGTH IN FEET

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Do not move unloaded boom beyond limit line

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CAUTION: • Do not operate crane booms, jib extensions, any accessories or loads within 3 m (10 ft) of live power lines or other conductors of electricity. • Jib and boom capacities shown are maximum for each section. • Do not exceed capacities at reduced radii. • Load ratings shown on the load rating charts are maximum allowable loads with the outriggers properly extended on a firm, level surface and the crane leveled and mounted on a factory recommended truck. • Always level the crane with the level indicator located on the crane. • The operator must reduce load to allow for factors such as wind, ground conditions, operating speeds and their effects on freely suspended loads. • Overloading this crane may cause structural collapse or instability. • Weights on any accessories attached to the boom or loadline must be deducted from the load chart capacities. • Do not exceed jib capabilities at any reduced boom lengths. • Do not deadhead lineblock against boom tip when extending boom or winching up. • Keep at least three wraps of loadline on drum at all times. • Use only specified cable with this machine.

Stability Limit Line with ��� lb block

HEIGHT IN FEET

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OUTRIGGER LOCK PINS MUST BE DISENGAGED

STABILIZER LOCK PINS MUST BE DISENGAGED

Load chart

RATED LOAD REDUCTIONS WITH STOWED JIB

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Note: 1. All capacities are in pounds, angles in degrees and radii in feet. 2. Loaded boom angles are given as reference only. 3. Shaded areas are structurally limited capacities. 4. Handling of personnel is only permitted with full span extension of all outrigger and stabilizer beams.

Series 900H

THIS CHART IS ONLY A GUIDE AND SHOULD NOT BE USED TO OPERATE THE CRANE. The individual crane’s load chart, operating instructions and other instructional plates must be read and understood prior to operating the crane.

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14 2423 mm (95.4 in) 2654 mm (104.9 in)

995H

9105H

1539 mm (60.6 in)

1504 mm (59.2 in)

1364 mm (53.7 in)

H

9105H 9,69 m (32') RETRACTED 32 m (105') EXTENDED

2216 (87.25) 1986 (78.19)

995H 8,99 m (29'6'') RETRACTED 28,96 m (95') EXTENDED

H

G

969H 6,63 m (21'9'') RETRACTED 21 m (69') EXTENDED 943 (37.12)

THIS CHART IS ONLY A GUIDE AND SHOULD NOT BE USED TO OPERATE THE CRANE. The individual crane’s load chart, operating instructions and other instructional plates must be read and understood prior to operating the crane. 784 (30.88)

MOUNTING SURFACE

2281 (89.8)

1462 (57.57)

2946 (116)

Above weights and centers of gravity do not include reservoir, RSOD, jib, PTO, pump, bed, SFO.

1699 mm (66.9 in)

969H

G

TAILSWING 1898 (74.70)

1456 (57.34)

MOUNTING SURFACE

DO NOT SCALE DRAWING

3

DO NOT SCALE DRAWING 2

SCALE: 1:128 WEIGHT:

A mainlayout

TITLE:

1

SHEET 1 OF 1

610 (24.00] 6102 (240.22) FULL-SPAN EXTENSION 4267 (168.00) MID-SPAN EXTENSION

2854 (112.36)

2438 (96.00)

2261 (89.00) RETRACTED

5

C/L ROTATION

NOTE: All dimensions are in mm �in� unless otherwise specified

9566 kg (21,090 lb)

9232 kg (20,352 lb)

8258 kg (18,206 lb)

Weight

Weight and centers of gravity include boom, winch, rope, turret, lift cylinder, frame, controls, outriggers, platforms, torque box, boom rest, bumper, downhaul weight.

Dimensions


Accessories Radio Remote Control – Four-function radio remote control for standard unit and 6-function remotes with auger.

• NB6R

Steel Bulkhead

• BHSD

Outrigger Motion Alarms – Available for HO outriggers and RSOD stabilizers.

• OMA-2

Steel tool box options – 36 in and 48 in long Spanish-language Danger Decals, function control labels and Operators’ Manuals

• SDD • SOM

One-person basket – Strong but lightweight steel basket with 139 kg (300 lb) capacity, gravity hung with swing lock and full body harness.

• B1-S • 2B1-S (for dual locking baskets)

Heavy-duty personnel basket – 544 kg (1200 lb) capacity steel basket with safety loops for two passengers. Gravity leveling 183 cm x 107 cm (72 in x 42 in) platform. Fast attachment and secure locking systems. Load chart must show 1043 kg (2300 lb) minimum to operate this accessory.

• BSA-1 • BSA-R1 (provides rotation) • BSAY-1 • BSAY-2

Winch drum Rotation Indicator

• WDRI

Auger option 95 ft boom only 14,000 ft-lb two speed auger. Maximum digging radius 39 ft (full outrigger and stabilizers only). Oil Cooler Oil coolers recommended for duty cycle applications. Hinged Vandal Cover Protector With keyed lock for LMI display.

Series 900H

• OC • VCP

THIS CHART IS ONLY A GUIDE AND SHOULD NOT BE USED TO OPERATE THE CRANE. The individual crane’s load chart, operating instructions and other instructional plates must be read and understood prior to operating the crane.

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