A mobile crane can be a very simple machine with a telescopic boom on its platform, or a giant crane equipped with a variety of attachments. A standard crane is a machine used to lift large objects. They are equipped with wire ropes, drums, chains, and control panels.
Because different applications require different types of cranes, the industry offers a variety of cranes, from small cranes to truck cranes to mobile cranes.
For example, there are a number of lifting operations that are impractical using static cranes. There are a variety of urban situations where the location of buildings and roads prevents the installation of static cranes.
The biggest advantage of a mobile crane is its ability to cover small areas with limited space. However, mobile cranes offer more than just entry points. Below are some of the main benefits that a mobile crane offers.
Strong enough to handle many lifting tasks: although the crane moves much smaller than other types of cranes, it is strong enough to lift heavy objects. With multiple axles and improved hydraulic performance, mobile cranes can still lift heavy objects and materials to great heights.
With the mobile crane, the power supply has no role when lifting and moving objects on the construction site.
Doesn't take up much space: Generally, a construction site is large enough for the heavy equipment to be used for smooth movement. But once the city is under construction, the site is small. The moving crane requires only a small part of the work area to complete the lifting task successfully.