Construction equipment: Telescopic service cranes

construction equipment Stellar Equipment

Line construction: With the Stellar 7621 telescopic crane, the hassles of pulling pins and wrestling manual extensions are gone. By incorporating two hydraulic extensions, there is no need to manually pull-out extensions. The crane does the extending, not the operator. Stellar Industries was the first U.S. manufacturer to offer several unique features as standard equipment. These include the standard proportional radio remote control, hexagonal boom construction, and planetary winch.

Specifications
• Crane Rating*: 44,840 ft-lb (6.2 TM)
• Standard Boom Length: 11'0" (3.35 m) from CL of Crane
• 1st Stage: Hydraulic 60" (152.4 cm)
• 2nd Stage: Hydraulic 60" (152.4 cm)
• Maximum Horizontal Reach: 21' 0" (6.40 m) from CL of Crane
• Maximum Vertical Lift: 23' 0" (7.01 m) from Crane Base
• Stowed Height: 37.75" (95.5 cm)
• Required Mounting Space: 20" x 21" (50.8 cm x 53.3 cm)
• Approximate Crane Weight: 1,885 lbs (855 kg)
• Standard Controls: Radio control standard for all functions.
• Rope Specs: 3/8" (0.95 cm) 6X31 IWRC-DGXIP X 100' (30.48 m)
• Boom Elevation: -10º to +80º
• Line Pull Speed: 60 ft/min (18.29 m/min)
• Maximum Single Part Line: 3,750 lbs (1,700 kg)
• Maximum Double Part Line: 7,500 lbs (3,400 kg)
• Rotation: 400º Power
• Lifting Capacity**: 7,500 lbs @ 5' 10" (3,400 kg @ 1.78 m) 2,135 lbs @ 21' (965 kg @ 6.40 m)
• Power Supply: PTO & Pump: 8 gpm @ 3,000 psi (30.3 lpm @ 207 bar)
• Min. Rec. Chassis (GVWR): 19,000

*Crane rating in Boost Mode. Normal crane rating is 38,000 ft-lbs (5.25 TM).
**Maximum capacities in Boost Mode.

NOTE: All Stellar cranes meet ANSI B30.5 and OSHA 1910.180 specifications.

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