Call Toll Free - 888-670-1195
2018 Skyjack SJ1056 Image
Stock Number: EQC012374
Make: Skyjack
Model: SJ1056
Year: 2018
2018 Skyjack SJ1056 Details
2015 Terex CTT 121A-5 TS16 Image
Stock Number: 600017
Make: Terex
Model: CTT 121A-5 TS16
Year: 2015
2015 Terex CTT 121A-5 TS16 Details
2007 Potain HDT80 Image
Stock Number: 600194
Make: Potain
Model: HDT80
Year: 2007
2007 Potain HDT80 Details
2013 Hyundai 110D-7E Image
Stock Number: EQU010604
Make: Hyundai
Model: 110D-7E
Year: 2013
2013 Hyundai 110D-7E Details
2012 Miller Big Blue 400D Image
Stock Number: 231276
Make: Miller
Model: Big Blue 400D
Year: 2012
2012 Miller Big Blue 400D Details
2008 Combilift C12000SL Image
Stock Number: EQU008108
Make: Combilift
Model: C12000SL
Year: 2008
2008 Combilift C12000SL Details
 
Wolff Cranes

Wolff Cranes

The Evolution into Hydraulics
The beginning of World War II forced society to become more inventive in general. Even though the development and design of cranes has evolved significantly, in this particular time these equipments progressed greatly. These industrial machines changed the face of the construction industry.

The first hydraulic crane was built in the year 1946 by crane company F. Taylor & Sons. This very first unit was not able to slew or luff and was only utilized by the company. When it joined together with Coles in the year 1959, this model opened up the doors for a 50 and 42 Series. A Morris W.D. chassis is what the mobile hydraulic crane was first placed on.

The hydraulic crane by Taylor & Sons operated on a boom powered by a hydraulic pump as well as cylinders that were lifted and lowered by a hydraulic pump. Once the business was unable to use army vehicles as chassis for the equipment, they began production for designing their own mobile hydraulic cranes.

These first equipments gained a lot of praise and were heralded as incredible equipments. They were supposed to be capable of rebuilding all that was destroyed by bombs during the war. The cranes were responsible for helping put together cities, nations and individual houses. Hydraulic systems became designed more and more complicated. The pumps and gear systems can be powered while the trucks remained immobile. Companies like Hydrauliska Instustri AB made the first truck loader crane appearance available on the market.

The A2 crane was introduced during the year 1952. This model was mounted directly to the rear of a Chevy truck. It was complete with a hooked winch and hydraulic lifting cylinders. This specific loader crane started a huge trend within the business. A company situated within Bremen, known as Atlas Weyhausen started producing similar versions of this machinery.

Cranes soon after the war were becoming more sophisticated. Different companies and manufacturers making the winches developed precise telescopic booms, and the hydraulic pumps were improved and using various materials so as to change the way the crane was developed.

  • TCM LP Forklifts
    Propane Tank Rules The gas container, liquefied petroleum system or LP system is a collective term by OSHA that refers to the piping, regulators, hoses, regulators, fittings and valves. Depending on the capacity of the... More
  • Hyundai Outdoor Forklifts
    How to Use a Forklift Important equipment utilized to transport and lift different kinds of materials and heavy loads are forklifts. This material handling machinery is utilized every day in our society. Forklifts are found... More
  • Hyster Lifts
    Underneath the Hyster Company, you will find the strength of a large worldwide group who takes a serious approach to design and engineering processes, manufacturing their products and dealing with the supply chain. Hyster facilitates... More
  • TCM Pneumatic Tire Forklifts
    When it comes to maintaining the lift truck, it could be easy to overlook the simple yet essential tire. If you select the wrong tire, you could end up accidentally with a huge increase in... More
  • Komatsu Outdoor Forklift
    Forklifts are used in many kinds of industries. They are common features in mining operations, on construction sites and in a lot of warehousing facilities, ports, rail yards and shipping and receiving operations. Basically, a... More