Rough Terrain Crane Information
|Max Cap||130 US Tons|
Link-Belt RTC-80130-II Crane Overview and Specifications
Official Manufacturer Model Name: Link-Belt RTC-80130 Series II
The Link-Belt RTC-80130 Series II is a rough terrain crane, built for remarkable control, reliability, and capacity performance on any terrain. Revolutionary hydrostatic drive on a six-wheeled carrier for the ultimate in job site mobility, and heavy-duty performance on just tires alone. This crane can be job-site ready in an hour! The Confined Area Lifting Capacities (CALC) system provides three outrigger positions, full retraction, intermediate extension, and full extension.
The RTC-80130 Series II has a max. lifting capacity of 120 metric tons (130 U.S. tons). The max. length for the full power latching boom is 49.3 (162 ft), comprised of five sections, with a quick reeve boom head and 5 extend modes. Optional extensions are possible upon inquiry. The max. tip height with extensions is 84.7 m (278 ft).
The crane features a high-power Cummins QSL Tier4 6 cylinder diesel engine with a 110-gallon fuel tank, pushing 270 HP. The powershift transmission is a three-speed with high/low range for 6 forward and 6 reverse gears. Front axle disconnect for two or four-wheel drive. Front axle disconnects in high range. The steering has four independent modes consisting of two-wheel front, two-wheel rear, four-wheel, and crab. Each mode is controlled from the steering wheel and is selected by a switch in the operator’s cab. The drive system is a hydrostatic type, consisting of two variable speed piston pumps supplying hydraulic power to six hydraulic cam lobe wheel drive motors computer-controlled for smooth and reliable operation.
The crane uses a hydraulic pump system, the pump arrangement is designed to provide hydraulically powered functions allowing positive, precise control with independent or simultaneous operation of all crane functions. All hoist motors are equipped with counterbalance valves to provide positive load lowering and prevent accidental load drop if the hydraulic pressure is suddenly lost. Two winches, main and auxiliary operate on an axial piston, full and half displacement (2‑speed) motors driven through planetary reduction unit for positive control under all load conditions.
The cab has an ergonomic design and fully enclosed steel structure with acoustical insulation giving the operator comfort for those long working hours. A camera operated system on the dashboard for added security. The operating system is Link-Belt Pulse, designed as a total crane operating system. It includes the rated capacity limiter, boom extend mode controller (EMC), self-diagnostic capabilities and continuous monitoring of multiple crane functions and conditions.
If you are interested in learning more about the Link-Belt RTC-80130-II, please contact one of Bigge’s sales professionals at 1 (888) 897-2444.
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