How many tons is a 218 link belt?

110 US-
218 HSL

Base Rating 110 US-ton @ 11′ Tube Boom
Maximum Hoist Pull / Speed 44,565lbs / 356 ft/min
Counterweight Option 5 62,820lbs Upper + 22,200lbs lower
Working Weight 192,735lbs
Main Transport Load 99,960lbs

How many tons is a 248 link belt?

200 US Ton
248 HSL

Base Rating 200 US Ton
Horsepower 270hp
Maximum Hoist Pull / Speed 46,924lbs
Counterweight Option 5 ABCD+A CTWT 142,900lbs
Working Weight 270,130lbs

What is the biggest Link Belt crane?

Link-Belt 548
The Link-Belt 548 is a behemoth of a crawler crane with a max lift capacity of 500 metric tons (550 U.S. ton).

Where are Link Belt cranes manufactured?

Lexington, Kentucky
Link-Belt’s core production base and center for worldwide operations is its 770,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility in Lexington, Kentucky. With major expansion plans over the last ten years along with continuous improvement philosophies, this facilitiy has emerged as the most modern crane facility in North America.

Who makes Link Belt cranes?

Sumitomo Heavy Industries
Link-Belt Cranes is an American industrial company that develops and manufactures heavy construction equipment, specializing in telescopic and lattice boom cranes. Link-Belt is headquartered in Lexington, Kentucky, and is a subsidiary of the Japanese conglomerate, Sumitomo Heavy Industries.

Who owns Link-Belt?

Sumitomo Heavy IndustriesLink-Belt Cranes / Parent organization

Who is Link-Belt owned by?

Today’s Link-Belt Cranes is a dynamic, highly-focused organization with headquarters in Lexington, Kentucky that is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sumitomo Heavy Industries.

Is Link-Belt a good brand?

Link Belt is the brand you can trust. Link Belt excavators are professionally tested for higher reliability, improved operation and a design that makes operation & maintenance that much easier. Link Belt machines haven proven to be a series of excavators that are built to last and very affordable.

What happened Link-Belt?

In 1998, in a reorganization to focus on cranes, the excavator product line was spun off from the Link-Belt Construction Equipment Company. The LBX Company, a stand-alone, joint-venture company was formed between Sumitomo Construction Machinery Co. and Case Corp. to market and sell Link-Belt Excavators.

What is the jib on a crane?

It is a crane with a horizontal member, commonly known as the jib or boom. A jib is an operating arm that extends horizontally from the crane. The role of the jib is to support a movable hoist fixed to either a wall or pillar mounted on the floor.