Link-Belt RTC-80150-II

Rough Terrain Crane Information

Link-Belt RTC-80150-II

Max. Cap 150 US Tons
Boom 42-195 ft
Jib 31-55 ft

The Link-Belt RTC-80150-II is a 150 ton powerhouse. Its main boom max length is 195.3 ft. and has a max jib length of 55 ft. The rough terrain crane features a latching style boom that leads its weight class.

This crane utilizes Link-Belt’s greaseless boom technology, made possible by Tefgallon pucks in the boom wear pads. The RTC-80150-II blows the competition out of the water by weighing less than 100,000 (main unit), being less than 10 feet wide, and relatively low overall height which makes shipping easier.

The RTC-80150-II includes fully independent hydraulic suspension. This included suspension allows for a smoother ride when the crane is mobile. This creates a safer environment for the jobsite because the operator will not be focused on discomfort, but rather operating the crane to the best of his ability.

The RTC-80150-II access ladders are designed for easy access to the cab, diminishing the chance for injury while climbing the crane. Cameras have also been installed on the right upper, main, and auxiliary winches to increase visibility and minimize risk. It also includes a swing out engine hood door for easy access to the engine for quick maintenance to get your job back up and running quickly.

The Link-Belt RTC-80150-II really pushes itself over the top by being ready to begin work less than an hour after arriving at a jobsite. It ships with its tires and boom in place, so it can begin self-assembly as soon as it reaches its destination.