With over forty years of experience and crane hoisting capacity of 40 – 265 tons, we have what it takes to get the job done. American Crane Inc. employs a highly trained maintenance crew, which insures that our fleet and equipment are maintained to the highest standards concerning safety and job efficiency. Contact us 24/7, (603) 668-5844 to rent a crane or to discuss your crane and equipment rental needs. As a crane rental company, our experience is extensive, dating back over 40 years.
Liebherr LTM1220-5.2 All-Terrain Mobile Crane
The Liebherr LTM1220-5.2 is engineered for maximum lifting performance this crane gets the job done. With a telescoping boom extension and a long swing-away jib system, it sets benchmarks for hook height and radius.
Max. lifting capacity = 265 tons
Telescopic boom = 197 feet
Max. tip height = 330 feet
Swing away jib = 70 feet
Total available jib section = 118 feet
Liebherr LTM-1130-5.1 All Terrain Mobile Hydraulic Crane
The newest addition to the american crane fleet is The Liebherr LTM-1130-5.1 All Terrain Mobile Hydraulic Crane has a long, variable boom system with outstanding load capacities. Its innovative technology makes it flexible and economical to use.
Max. lifting capacity = 160 tons
Main boom = 197 feet
Max. tip height = 265 feet
Jib = 62′ swing-away jib
The Grove TMS9000E ‘s powerful superstructure on a powerful chassis makes this 110 ton truck crane unbeatable on the road and on the jobsite.
Max. lifting capacity = 110 tons
Main boom = 36-142 feet
Max. tip height = 197 feet
Jib = 55′ swing-away jib
National Crane Series 1800
The National Crane Series 1800 is a 40 ton machine with a long boom that allows the operator to perform more lifts without the use of a jib, reducing setup time and improving efficiency.
Max. lifting capacity = 40 tons
Main boom = 127 feet
Max. tip height = 127 feet
Accessory = 3rd Party Man Basket
OSHA Certified Man Basket
Our 3′ x 5′ OSHA Certified and 3rd Party Inspected Man Basket meets all regulations including, but not limited to, being designed by a certified engineer and being able to support their own weight as well as five times the weight of the maximum intended load.