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    500 Ton Mobile Crane Hire

    Designed for Maximum Lifting Capacity

    The Terex/Demag AC 500-8 500 ton mobile crane is the most compact 8-axle crane of its class with power and performance packed into a small space.

    This is a heavy lifter that is often seen and mines and shut downs all over the continent. The shutdown team that operate the AC 500, 500 Ton mobile crane are highly experienced riggers and operators. Power stations, wind farms and factories are the domain of this versatile heavy lifter.

    We offer a complete 500 Ton crane hire solution which incluides transport, red seal riggers, slings and all safety equipment. Get a quote on your 500 ton mobile crane needs and we will be sure to offer a competitively prioced crane hire solution.

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    AC-500-8 Quick Specs
    Max Capacity500 tons
    Max Boom Length56 m
    Max Jib Length90 m
    Max Tip Height145.8 m
    Overall Length19.3 m
    Overall Width3 m
    Overall Height4 m
    Gross Vehicle Weight95 tons
    Max Travel Speed80 km/h
    Max Engine Power480 KW

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    500 Ton mobile crane for hire

    Wind farms, Power stations and Plant or facory shutdowns are our most common sites for the use of the 500 Ton Crane. This crane if available for rental with South Africa or cross border into Southern, East and West African Countries. Engineering and on site construction of mining equipment like large mining dump trucks and excavators all over Africa is achieved with experienced Riggers and engineers.

    Servicing the mining industry in Africa on a mining equipment repair, transport and establishment basis has become an important part of the work conducted by this heavy lifter.


    500 Ton mobile cranes for sale

    There are a few of these used 500 ton cranes available for sale, ranging from 1995 to 2010 and up to 2018. These have historically low hours and 30 year old 500 ton mobile cranes are often restored to “good as new” condition.