Zoomlion ZTC600R562 mobile crane comes to Singapore

Antar Cranes Services Pte Ltd now offers the Zoomlion ZTC600R562 for customers in Singapore. This 60-t truck crane is designed with a five-section, U-shaped 11.6 m – 45 m main boom as well as a 14.6-m fly jib that can be offset at three different angles (5°, 25° and 45°). The jib’s maximum lifting height is 61.5 m.

The ZTC600R562 has been approved for use on Singapore road, equipped with a Weichai Euro 6 engine to meet the Land Transport Authority’s (LTA) requirement. The engine delivers 247 kW of power.

“It’s been a long time since a 60-t truck crane could be registered and used on Singapore road,“ said Antar Cranes, a Singapore-based lifting solution provider involved in various private and public projects across the country. The company has also been registered as an approved crane contractor by Singapore’s Ministry of Manpower, specialising in mobile cranes.

The ZTC600R562 has a maximum driving speed of 60 km/hr, gradeability of 47%, minimum turning diameter of less than 23 m and minimum ground clearance of 0.285 m. Tail slewing radius for the crane is 3.93 m. 

On more benefits of the ZTC600R562, Antar Cranes explained, “The maximum boom length of 45 m is one of the longest in its class. With an outrigger span of 7.10 m wide, this model is also suitable for Singapore jobsites where parking space for cranes is always an issue due to restricted working areas.” 

The ZTC600R562 features a total length of 13.95 m, width of 2.8 m and height of 3.71 m. The crane provides a maximum counterweight of 11 t with a hydraulic ballast system, slewing speed of up to 22 rpm and hoist speed of 125 m/min. For operator comfort, the spacious cab can be tilted by up to 20° and is fitted with both air conditioning and heating systems as well as USB ports.

Antar Cranes is a subsidiary of JP Nelson Group, a one-stop solution provider of equipment and machines for the construction, marine and offshore, oil & gas and other related industries. Headquartered in Singapore, the Group also has branch offices in several countries across Asia.