Crane Rating 36000 ft lbs. (5.49 ton-meters)
Standard Boom Length 10’53/4” (3.2m) from CL of Crane
Boom Extension 1st Stage: Hydraulic 713/4” (1.8m)
2nd Stage: Hydraulic 72” (1.8m
Max. Horizontal Reach 22’2” (6.8m) from CL of Crane
Max. Vertical Lift 24’1” (7.4m) from Crane base
Boom Elevation -10° to +80°
Stowed Height 381/4” (97.2cm)
Mounting Space Req’d 18”x 18” (45.7cm x 45.7cm)
Approx. Ship Weight 1,817 lbs. (824.2 kg)
Controls Radio Control Standard
Winch Specifications Rope Diameter 5/16” (.79cm)
Line Pull Speed 30 ft/min (9.1 m/min)
Rotation 360° Continuous
Hydraulic System 2500psi max
Lifting Capacities 3,600 lbs. @ 10’0” (1,633 kg @ 3.05m)
2,250 lbs. @ 16’0” (1,021 kg @ 4.88m)
1,640 lbs. @ 22’2” (744 kg @ 6.75m)
Power Supply 12V, .13ci displacement, 2gal reservoir (1.3gpm @ 2500 psi)

About Our Cranes

Summit’s truck mounted service cranes are designed to meet the demands of today’s heavy equipment service industry. Whether deep in a mine or out on a construction site, our cranes have a proven track record for dependability.

In order to provide the lifting capacity, power and versatility needed for your application, Summit offers heavy duty electric and hydraulic telescopic service cranes that feature lifting capacities from 4,000 lbs. to 14,000 lbs. and a horizontal reach of 21 feet or 29 feet.

Summit crane boom sections are robotically welded and manufactured out of low-alloy high strength steel. Each section is also PPG powder coated for long life and durable protection against harsh working and weather environments.

Summit cranes are designed to ensure their safe operation with every cylinder containing load cushioning counterbalance valves for precise load handling. Check valves on lift cylinders prevent load drop if the hydraulic hose fails. An automatic overload protection system is built into every crane to prevent the dangers associated with handling excessive loads. Summit’s Advanced Safety Electronics (A.S.E.) integrated crane control system is standard on all hydraulic cranes mounted to trucks in the factory.

All Summit cranes are designed using state of the art Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and are strain gage tested to ensure structural integrity. Each crane design is tested by an outside independent organization to ensure it meets ANSI B30.5 and OSHA 1910.180

Through strength, reliability and safety, Summit cranes get the job done.

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