The Tadano GR-1600XL‑2 is a 160 ton rough terrain crane. The maximum boom capacity of its 6 section telescoping cylinder boom is 200.1 feet with a maximum jib capacity of 59.1 feet.
The GR-1600XL‑2 is powered by a Mitsubishi 267 engine and has 4 steering modes in order to navigate the job site easily. Eco mode can ensure that fuel won’t be wasted when accelerating too rapidly and reduces the noise of the crane so that directions can be more easily understood, preventing potential risks.
Tadano has truly entered the next era of rough terrain cranes with the GR-1600XL‑2. Their new Hello-Net system allows for monitoring of cranes from mobile phone or computer. You can see the work history and the current state of the crane. This allows you to make numerous decision on the job site without having to guess about your crane’s condition.
With the GR-1600XL‑2, Tadano is dedicated to decreasing the adverse impact the crane industry has on the environment. Equipped with a new positive control system, it limits CO2 emission by 20% by efficiently using the hydraulic pump and limiting its discharge. Tadano is taking steps to prepare for future regulations on CO2 emissions on jobsites so that the industry can continue to exist for generations.
The AML on the Tadano GR-1600XL‑2 displays more information than ever before to help operators be precise and safe. Just a few screens available are the telescoping status display, which shows each section of the booms condition, and a fuel monitoring system which informs the operator of fuel consuming activities that could be avoided to save fuel and therefore money.
- Tiltable cab
- Asymmetrical outrigger set-up
- ECO mode
- Self-removable counterweight
- Self-removable outrigger boxes
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