Get on and set off. With 2 engines and a host of accessories. The ATF 70G-4 (44 m).
Like its larger sibling with 52.1 m main boom, the ATF 70G-4 (44 m) also relies on 2 engines while allowing for maximum axle load limits as of 10 t without any problems. However, due to its shorter main boom, it takes along more accessories than its larger sibling, thus compensating the disadvantage of its shorter length. This means you are spoilt with choice for our two ATF 70G-4 models: More length versus more accessories to take along. No matter how you decide - in both cases, you get a taxi crane par excellence for quick and straightforward deployment.
Thanks to its power-adjusted superstructure engine, the ATF 70G-4 (44 m) is convincing as regards economic efficiency, as - if compared to machines with one engine only - it saves considerably fuel during crane operation, every single operating hour, a whole crane life long. Moreover, 2 engines practically mean double engine life time - an advantage which will have a positive impact on the resale value of the crane as well.