Manitowoc designed the 249-horsepower GHC110 for a range of tasks, including alternative energy applications, road and bridge construction, and utility and barge work.

Stout and maneuverable: Manitowoc’s 110-ton-capacity Grove GHC110 features robust lift charts, efficient movement for increased productivity on job sites

Contractors know that one machine with the ability to do a wide range of tasks across a variety of job sites saves time, labor and money. With 110-ton capacity, Manitowoc’s new Grove GHC110 telescoping crawler crane fits that mold.

“It’s a perfect fit for contractors who need stout load charts and high maneuverability,” stated JJ Grace, Manitowoc’s product manager for GHC cranes, in a press release.

Manitowoc designed the 249-horsepower GHC110 for a range of tasks, including alternative energy applications, road and bridge construction, and utility and barge work. You can enhance versatility with an optional personnel basket attachment with radio remote control.

The crane’s five-section main boom extends from 40.4 feet to 153.4 feet, producing a maximum tip height of 162 feet, or 212 feet when a standard 49.2-foot bifold offsettable swingaway boom extension is added. The main boom sections are quickly and efficiently moved into the required position using two horizontally mounted pins and a single telescopic cylinder.

The GHC110 offers 100% pick-and-carry capability across its standard 0.6-degree, 1.5-degree and 4-degree load charts. The actual allowable grade for travel with no load is 36%, but Grove’s gradeability makes travel possible at a theoretical 57%.

Innovative undercarriage with wide stance

An innovative undercarriage offers several advantages in terms of reducing the need for site prep. Wide tracks, with standard 36-inch triple bar grouser shoes, create a large ground contact area, resulting in a 15.5 psi ground bearing pressure when no load is carried. The wide stance produces enhanced stability. Hydraulically extendable and retractable cross members offer a choice of three potential track spans (gauges) in either symmetrical or asymmetrical track positions.

“Keeping one track tucked in and the other fully extended ensures the crane can maximize stability and maintain optimum lifting performance when working in confined or congested spaces,” said Grace. “With the new innovative undercarriage, there’s no need to pin the tracks or set it up on outriggers — you can just quickly transport loads or move from one static pick to the next.”

“The new Grove GHC110 tops its class in main boom length, capacities throughout lift charts and job site flexibility. A state-of-the-art cab, compact footprint and asymmetrical track spans set it even further ahead of the competition.” — Rickey Bailey

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