Terex Explorer 5500
This new 140-ton capacity All Terrain crane features a 197 foot long main boom and drives on 5 axles. The maximum system length is 284 feet. The latest model complements its ‘big brother’: the Explorer 5800, which we also have in our fleet.
Despite its impressive lifting capacity, the Explorer 5500 is the most compact all-terrain crane that Terex has ever released. The crane’s compact dimensions make it ideal for use inside cities and narrow construction sites.
Steerable axles have also been included to provide improved maneuverability in tight quarters. For comfort and safety in driving operation, the machine has been fitted with a dynamic launch control function, which prevents it from rolling backwards when starting up and traversing uphill grades. This model stands out for its economic viability where all components for the Explorer 5500 can be transported using a single standard support vehicle.
This crane also boasts Terex’s single-motor concept, which was also included on our Explorer 5800. This lowers the operating costs even further, as end users only need to maintain one motor.
Terex Quadstar 1100
Sterett Crane has recently added another Terex Quadstar 1100 to its fleet. This 110-ton capacity crane features 155 ft of five section main boom plus 28 to 54 feet of bi-fold swing-away extension with telescopic pull-out stinger section to extend it to 72 feet, all three lengths are offset-able by up to 40 degrees. Maximum tip height with two jib sections and pullout extension is 164 feet.
The crane was designed to move on rough terrain and on the road for efficient site to site transport. This crane will travel over the harshest terrain with ease. The Quadstar 1100 is designed with excellent ground clearance and incorporates a three-mode steering to clear obstructions and maneuver in the most restricted job-site conditions. Engine power and hydraulic output is matched to deliver quick boom speed and a smooth and controlled lift.