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|NR20-10 Jacob Bandy Parts Marketing Manager at Link-Belt Cranes||Word Doc||-||Download||2/18/20|
|IMAGE - Jacob Bandy Parts Marketing Manager at Link-Belt Cranes||JPG||Download||794 kb||2/18/20|
|NR20-04 Link-Belt Cranes at ConExpo||-||Download||2/18/20|
|IMAGE - 100|RT||JPG||Download||8.63 mb||2/18/20|
|IMAGE - 120|RT||JPG||Download||10.4 mb||2/18/20|
|IMAGE - 348 Series 2||JPG||Download||10.9 mb||2/18/20|
|IMAGE - 175|AT||JPG||Download||6.03 mb||2/18/20|
|NR20-03 Link-Belt SmartFly to Debut at ConExpo||Word Doc||-||Download||2/18/20|
|IMAGE - SmartFly LOGO||JPG||Download||18.4 kb||2/18/20|
|IMAGE - SmartFly logo on fly of 120|RT||JPG||Download||10.4 mb||2/18/20|
|IMAGE - Carrier controls on rough terrain crane||JPG||Download||27.1 mb||2/18/20|
|NR20-02 - ConExpo Preview||Word Doc||-||Download||2/18/20|
|NR20-01 - TCC-800 Announced for ConExpo Introduction||Word Doc||-||Download||2/18/20|
|IMAGE - An all-new 80-ton (75-mt) Link-Belt TCC-800 telescopic crawler crane will debut at ConExpo 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada.||JPG||Download||7.4 mb||2/18/20|
IMAGE - The new 80-ton telescopic crawler crane will begin field-testing early spring 2020, and first shipments scheduled in fourth quarter 2020.
IMAGE - The TCC-800 comes with a new four-section 38 ft. – 120 ft. (11.8 – 36.5 m) full-power boom that reaches a maximum tip height of 184.5 ft. (56.2 m) with full boom and Link-Belt’s SmartFly pinning system.
IMAGE - New to Link-Belt’s telecrawler lineup will be variable side frame track positions (V-CALC) on the TCC-800.
IMAGE - Total vision package with right-side swing camera, winch-view camera, and rear-view camera give the operator great jobsite visibility during setup and lifting.
IMAGE - The TCC-800 self-assembles with 38,500 lbs (17 463kg) of upper counterweight and two 3,000 lb. (1 360 kg) sections of carbody counterweight.
|NR19-35 - Tutt-Bryant Builds Mining Infrastructure with TCC-1400 in Western Australia||Word Doc||-||Download||1/3/20|
|IMAGE - Tutt-Bryant lifts structural steel with its Link-Belt 140-ton (127-mt) TCC-1400 telescopic crawler crane at BHP’s South Flank in Western Australia.||JPG||Download||2.73 mb||1/3/20|
|IMAGE - The TCC-1400 shipped from Sydney to Perth where training was completed.||JPG||Download||3.82 mb||1/3/20|
|NR19-40 - James Madison University Renovations with Link-Belt Cranes||Word Doc||-||Download||12/17/19|
The tight working path required both the LS-248H II and HC-248H to position themselves less than two feet from each other in order to accommodate the final lift.
In combination, the three cranes lifted steel for the new 8,500-seat arena, which was completed in late October 2019.
|NR19-16 - Link-Belt Telecrawlers Grasp Oil Needs in Oklahoma||Word Doc||-||Download||10/05/19|
|IMAGE - Greg George, new Link-Belt district sales manager||JPG||Download||1.79 mb||12/05/19|
|NR19-16 - Link-Belt Telecrawlers Grasp Oil Needs in Oklahoma||Word Doc||-||Download||10/07/19|
|IMAGE: In less than six months Brady Crane Service of Healdton, Oklahoma has logged over 560 hours on their new Link-Belt 120-ton (110-ton) TCC-1200 telescopic crawler crane.||JPG||Download||6.25 mb||10/07/19|
|IMAGE: The TCC-1200 is used to load and unload trucks, and pick and carry everything from the derrick to the doghouse, substructure, top of the substructure, to the draw works.||JPG||Download||7.49 mb||10/07/19|
|IMAGE: “We use the TCC-1200 for every single component of the drilling rig from 500 lbs. (226 kg) to 100,000 lbs. (45 359 kg) tandem lifts,” said Watts.||JPG||Download||9.85 mb||10/07/19|
|NR19-16 - iiconSOUTHEAST Works in Virginia with 238 HSL||Word Doc||-||Download||10/01/19|
|IMAGE: iiconSOUTHEAST of Virginia Beach, VA rented a new 150-ton (136.08-mt) 238 HSL lattice crawler from Link-Belt Mid-Atlantic for multiple Virginia Department of Transportation bridge projects on the Blackwater River, near Wakefield, Virginia.||JPG||Download||7.63 mb||10/01/19|
|IMAGE: Two bridge abutments and five piers support a six span concrete girder bridge, with each pier consisting of six piles and a pier cap.||JPG||Download||7.15 mb||10/01/19|
|IMAGE: Once the pile have been driven, the 238 lifts beams weighing up to 33,000 lbs.||JPG||Download||7.15 mb||10/01/19|
|NR19-22 - Multi-Craft ATC-3210 in Arkansas||Word Doc||Download||9/19/19|
|IMAGE: Multi-Craft Contractors, Inc. of Springdale, Arkansas completed purchase of a Link-Belt 210-ton (185-mt) ATC-3210 all-terrain crane in order to meet growing lifting demands of Northwest Arkansas.
|IMAGE: A recreational facility in Rogers, Arkansas requires the ATC-3210 lift into place 900 ft. (274 m) of 19,000 lb. (8 618 kg) box culverts for drainage that will flow into a nearby storm water basin.||JPG||Download||10.43 mb||9/19/19|
|IMAGE: Multi-Craft stays busy with a varying list of applications since taking ownership of the new ATC-3210 in late 2018.||JPG||Download||11.91 mb||9/19/19|
|NR19-17 - Winston-Salem Bridge Construction Continues for 248 HSL||Word Doc||-||Download||8/5/19|
|IMAGE - As of May 2019, the pace of bridge construction is maybe the most impressive aspect with a new bridge being constructed every six weeks.||JPG||Download||7.13 mb||8/5/19|
|IMAGE - The 248 HSL is positioned on a 100 ft. (30.4 m) stretch of timber mats to lift the girders off transport trailers and into position.||JPG||Download||5.93 mb||8/5/19|
|IMAGE - The new bridge overpasses will have a minimum clearance of 17 ft. (5.1 m) to accommodate the varying freight traffic that travels through the area.||JPG||Download||5.96 mb||8/5/19|
|NR19-02 - BAC, Inc. of Conn. Awarded Project Honors for Silver Sands Project||Word Doc||-||Download||7/30/19|
|IMAGE - In order to build a 10 ft. (3.04 m) high, elevated trestle BAC, Inc. rented a 75-ton (70-mt) Link-Belt TCC-750 telescopic crawler crane from Wood’s CRW Corp.||JPG||Download||6.14 mb||7/30/19|
|IMAGE - Operator Bill Tweed has over 300 piles to place for the trestle and public bathroom being constructed.||JPG||Download||2.81 mb||7/30/19|
|IMAGE - The project was awarded job of the year honors by Pile Driving Contractors Association in the land category $500,000 to $2 million.||JPG||Download||2.82 mb||7/30/19|
|NR19-10 - 298 Series 2 Shipbuilding on Whidbey Island||Word Doc||-||Download||6/19/19|
|IMAGE - For Operator Supervisor Kyle Statia and the team at NBBB, on-time delivery of a 100 ft. (30.4 m) long tug requires maneuvering in a tight shipyard environment and safely providing all necessary components for construction.
|IMAGE - “We are a really tight facility and maneuverability for the 298 is great," said Operator Supervisor for Nichol Bros. Kyle Statia.||JPG||Download||5.7 mb||6/19/19|
|IMAGE - For NBBB the offset main lifting head feature replaces a jib for movement of the portable containments and other components.||JPG||Download||5.3 mb||6/19/19|
|IMAGE - "The 298 has definitely increased our lifting capacity, it’s about double the capacity we had from its predecessor," said Statia.||JPG||Download||5.6 mb||6/19/19|
|IMAGE - Tandem RTC-8050 cranes complete a lift at Nichols Bros. Boat Builders.||JPG||Download||4.6 mb||6/19/19|
|NR19-05 - Link-Belt Cranes Work Overtime in Wolfcamp Shale||Word Doc||-||Download||6/19/19|
|IMAGE - Entrec Crane and Heavy Hauling, Inc.’s purchase of multiple Link-Belt HTC-86100s and a TCC-1100 comes in large part due to the growing demand of the recovery process in this region.||JPG||Download||1.2 mb||6/19/19|
|IMAGE - “To assemble components together over the wellhead to wireline it, I have to have it exactly on a perfect radius. I use the whip line for that, to get components to the exact same location,” said operator Tyler Doll, Entrec Crane and Heavy Hauling, Inc.||JPG||Download||1.56 mb||6/19/19|
|IMAGE - When done on one location, the 100-ton rig will move to another well head location.||JPG||Download||4.8 mb||6/19/19|
|NR18-38 - 238 HSL Completes Bridge Work in Connecticut||Word Doc||-||Download||5/14/19|
|IMAGE 001 - Middlesex Corporation of Littleton, Massachusetts recently purchased a 150-ton (136.08-mt) 238 HSL lattice crawler crane from Wood’s CRW Corp.||JPG||Download||8.7 mb||5/14/19|
|IMAGE 002 - A Link-Belt 238 HSL drives pile near Interstate 95.
|IMAGE 003 - Up to 110 ft. (33.5 m) tall, 24 in. (61 cm) in diameter and ½ in. thick pipe pile support a temporary trestle.
|IMAGE 004 - Girder sections are removed and weigh up to 34,000 lbs. (15 422 kg).||JPG||Download||6.3 mb||5/14/19|
|IMAGE 005 - The 238 HSL is working out very well for us. This two and a half year West River Bridge project has had up to five Link-Belt crawler cranes working here," Mike Shea, Equipment Asset Manager for Middlesex Corporation.||JPG||Download||10.57 mb||5/14/19|
|NR18-35 - TCC-2500 at Kelly Equipment in Illinois||Word Doc||-||Download||4/29/19|
|IMAGE - TCC-2500 with full boom and fly extension in Illinois for Kelly Equipment||JPG||Download||7.3 mb||4/29/19|
|NR19-03 - 120RT to Debut at Bauma 2019||Word Doc||-||Download||3/1/19|
|Image - New 120-ton (110-mt) 120RT rough terrain crane overview photo.||JPG||Download||1.3 mb||3/1/19|
|Image - New 120-ton (110-mt) 120RT rough terrain crane profile view.||JPG||Download||1.81 mb||3/1/19|
|NR19-09 - Link-Belt Announces New Product Managers for Rough Terrain and Trucks/AT Group||Word Doc||-||Download||2/25/19|
|Image - Brian Smoot, product manager, telescopic truck and all-terrain cranes, effective April 1, 2019||JPG||Download||2.88 mb||2/25/19|
|Image - Kelly Fiechter, product manager, rough terrain cranes, effective April 1, 2019||JPG||Download||2.88 mb||2/25/19|
|NR19-08 - Curnutte Announces Link-Belt Retirement||Word Doc||-||Download||-||2/22/19|
|NR19-04 - Link-Belt Bauma 2019 Preview||Word Doc||-||Download||-||2/11/19|
|IMAGE - 175-ton (150-mt) 175|AT all-terrain crane.||JPG||Download||5.25 mb||2/11/19|
|IMAGE - 100-ton (90-mt) 100|RT rough terrain crane.||JPG||Download||19.73 mb||2/11/19|
|IMAGE - 250-ton (235-mt) TCC-2500 telescopic crawler crane.||JPG||Download||3.43 mb||2/11/19|
|NR19-01 - 2018 Top Five Link-Belt Distributors||Word Doc||-||Download||-||1/15/19|
|IMAGE - 2018 Top 5 Link-Belt Distributors||JPG||Download||94 kb||1/15/19|
|NR18-37 - Dominion Energy Virginia Purchases Link-Belt RT for North Anna Shutdown||Download||-||1/9/19|
IMAGE - Dominion Energy Virginia, a unit of Dominion Energy, Inc., finalized purchase of a Link-Belt 150-ton (135-mt) RTC-80150 Series II for North Anna Power Station in Mineral, Virginia.
IMAGE - During the shutdown several critical component lifts are made including replacement of an 80,000 lb. (36 287 kg), 7,000 hp (5 219 kW) electric motor that powers the reactor coolant pump or an 18,000 lb. (8 164 kg) vessel cover that requires being picked and carried 300 ft. (91.4 m) around existing components.
IMAGE - “This crane has the small footprint and long boom needed for this facility,” said North Anna Facilities Support Superintendent, Kenneth Boyd.
IMAGE - A scheduled shutdown every 18 months for the generating plant requires repairs and maintenance around the clock for a 30-day period.
IMAGE - “The 80150 is a workhorse for us. It’s so much more agile than what we had before. We now have the mobility to access all parts of either dome for inspection from one spot. Realistically, it’s almost as though it’s an extension of the operator, it’s just that precise.
|NR18-42 Paul Curry Named New Training Manager at Link-Belt Cranes||Word Doc||-||Download||-||12/13/18|
|Image - Paul Curry||JPG||Download||1.35 mb||12/13/18|
|NR18-40 Ed Bell Construction Modernizes Fleet with New Link-Belt 75RT||Word Doc||-||Download||12/05/18|
|Image - “Our equipment doesn’t get hauled to a job and stay there for the duration of the job. They get hauled to a job with our own heavy haul trucks, complete the assigned task and leave for the next project,” explained Structures Manager at Ed Bell Construction, Terry Killingsworth.
|Image - The Link-Belt 75RT lifts 6,000 lb. (2 721 kg) bundles of rebar, large concrete form panels, concrete buckets, and drainage culverts along both sides of Interstate 20.
|Image - Ed Bell Construction made purchase of a Link-Belt 75-ton (70-mt) 75RT in second quarter 2018 to begin modernizing some of their aging equipment and handle the demands of larger, heavier lifts in modern road and bridge work.
|Image - A $30 million Interstate 20/Center Point Road Interchange project is a multi-year project received by Ed Bell Construction that includes new exit and on ramps and three new bridges, as well as redirection of three miles of two-way frontage roads for improved mobility and safety.
|NR18-29 Link-Belt Advances on All-Terrain Front||Word Doc||-||Download||5.92 mb||10/18/18|
|Image - Purpose-built and proprietary to Link-Belt, the 175\AT features a sleek two-person cab that has all the comforts a driver could want.
|Image - A class leading 15-liter Cummins QSX15 tier 4 final off-highway engine provides an abundance of power to run carrier and craning functions. The 175|AT is standard full time 10X8X10 drive with on-highway speed-dependent steering and five jobsite travel steering modes.||JPG||Download||28.63 mb||10/18/18|
|Image - The 175|AT will also feature the proven “Sure Lock” fly erection system. The “Sure Lock” helps ensure proper fly erection and stowage sequence while minimizing work at height. Link-Belt fly procedures have been embraced in the market on Link-Belt truck cranes and telescopic crawler cranes for their ease of assembly and one person operation.||JPG||Download||12.53 mb||10/18/18|
|Image - "We do our homework – things like no cheek counterweights, giving options on hydraulic versus manual fly – we set out to provide our customer’s a comprehensive list of options in this tonnage class,” says Curnutte.||JPG||Download||3.07 mb||10/18/18|
|Image - Compact design keeps overall width of the 175|AT impressively equipped at 9 ft. 4 in (2.84 m).||JPG||Download||8.76 mb||10/18/18|
|NR18-36 Brandon Robinson marketing specialist||Word Doc||-||Download||09/14/18|
|Image - New rough terrain marketing specialist, Brandon Robinson||JPG||Download||6.6 mb||09/14/18|
|NR18-33 All New 100RT Announcement||Word Doc||-||Download||09/14/18|
|Image - “There’s not a full power boom out there that carries this capacity chart at radius,” said Brian Smoot, product manager telescopic rough terrain cranes.||JPG||Download||8.84 mb||09/14/18|
|Image - Link-Belt’s V-CALC (Variable Confined Area Lifting Capacities) system features 12 different outrigger configurations with real time 360-degree charts.||JPG||Download||44.5 kb||09/14/18|
|Image - Link-Belt’s new cab design for its rough terrain cranes has been well received in the field, both in terms of visibility, operator comfort and intuitive design.||JPG||Download||1.37 mb||09/14/18|
|Image - Other notable features for the 100RT include Link-Belt’s latest operator cab design, Pulse 2.0 operating system with remote software updates via Wi-Fi, V-Calc asymmetrical outrigger options, a new simple-to-assemble fly, latest Cummins technology with a Stage V engine, and Link-Belt’s Vision package.||JPG||Download||1.74 mb||09/14/18|
|Image - Following rigorous on-site and field testing, shipments of the new 100-ton (90-mt) 100RT rough terrain crane are scheduled to begin first quarter 2019.||JPG||Download||19.7 mb||09/14/18|
|Image - Following rigorous on-site and field testing, shipments of the new 100-ton (90-mt) 100RT rough terrain crane are scheduled to begin first quarter 2019.||JPG||Download||2.69 mb||09/14/18|
|NR18-31 Link-Belt Announces New TCC-1200||Word Doc||-||Download||08/13/18|
|Image - The TCC-1200 offers an impressive capacity chart at radius that rivals even lattice crawler cranes with a similar base rating.||JPG||Download||5.35 mb||08/13/18|
|Image - A common lower carbody to the TCC-1400 has improved efficiency of production and provided an upgrade in base rating from the previous TCC-1100 telescopic crawler crane.||JPG||Download||1.59 mb||08/13/18|
|Image - Shipments of the new TCC-1200 will begin fourth quarter 2018.||JPG||Download||6.78 mb||08/13/18|
NR18-27 Custom Service Crane in St. Louis with RTs
Image - A Link-Belt RTC-8090 Series II works on the campus of Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.
Image - Jason Wibbenmeyer (of CSC) stated that one of the decisions in choosing the Link-Belt cranes is service. “We pride ourselves in our service to our customer and we feel that Link-Belt does the same,” says Wibbenmeyer.
Image - Construction began in 2017 at Danforth Campus and is on a fast track, time critical schedule for a 2019 completion.
|Image - A Link-Belt RTC-80110 Series II lifts a rebar mat into place for foundational work at Washington University.||JPG||Download||7.63 mb||07/27/18|
|NR18-15 TCC-2500 Unloads Wind Components in Kansas||Word Doc||Download||07/27/18|
|Image - Wind components are received via truck and rail, offloaded and placed on fixtures on the ground where they will remain for storage until they are assigned a wind farm for installation.||JPG||Download||3.54 mb||07/27/18|
|Image - By May 2018 over 1,000 wind components have delivered and have been stored between the two locations in 12 months. Components include everything from 44 - 57 m (144 – 187 ft.) blades (30,000 lbs.), hubs (68,000 lbs.), cans (120,000 lbs.), and machine heads (142,000 lbs.).||JPG||Download||4.75 mb||07/27/18|
|Image - A Link-Belt TCC-2500 250-ton (235-mt) telescopic crawler crane is on rent to R.J. Corman Railroad Services in Central Kansas. R.J. Corman Railroad Services is contracted by Watco Supply Chain Services to unload wind components delivered by truck and rail at two 30 acre sites in Great Bend and Larned, KS.||JPG||Download||4.75 mb||07/27/18|
|Image - By May 2018 over 1,000 wind components have delivered and stored between two Kansas locations in 12 months by the TCC-2500 and various other Link-Belt cranes.||JPG||Download||4.75 mb||07/27/18|
|NR18-05 New 348 Series 2 Announced||Word Doc||-||Download||07/27/18|
|Image - Link-Belt Cranes testing 240 ft. of boom with new 348 Series 2 at company headquarters in Lexington, Kentucky, USA.||Download||4.75 mb||06/15/18|
|Image - Link-Belt Cranes testing 270 ft. of main boom plus 40 ft. jib attachment with new 348 Series 2 at company headquarters in Lexington, Kentucky, USA.||Download||7.61 mb||06/15/18|
|NR18-19 HTC-86110 Covers Eastern Slope for RMS Cranes||Word Doc||-||Download||06/05/18|
Image - A Link-Belt HTC-86110 110-ton (100-mt) hydraulic truck crane lifts an excavator boom for Great Lakes Environmental Structure near Greeley, Colo.
Image - The HTC-86110’s chart allows it to lift various assemblies of the excavator from one position while transport trailers arrive and load everything out.
Image - “We have gone to Link-Belt cranes because it’s the right combination for us. The crane covers the right capacity, has the right amount of intelligence, but still enough brawn. Our guys feel it’s a good, tough piece of equipment to handle everything we need covered,” says Ryan Harper, Operations Manager for the northern Colorado branch of RMS Cranes.
Image - RMS Cranes is based in Denver, CO and in 2015 merged with TNT Crane and Rigging of Houston, TX, to form a network providing 38 branch locations.
Image - The HTC-86110 lifts 50,000 lb. (22 679 kg) track assemblies and excavator booms on two long boom excavators being disassembled following several months of work.
|NR18-17 Previous TCC-500 Experience Leads to Purchase in Knoxville||Word Doc||-||Download||06/05/18|
Image - “We’ve really liked having the TCC-500 on this project, it feathers in with the controls nicely whenever we’re handing off cans or whatever we need to pick,” says Project Superintendent for Charles Blalock & Sons, Tim Payne.
Image - Workers pour concrete into a drilled hole.
Image - The project is scheduled to be completed by November 2019 with the most amount of time reserved for construction of retaining walls.
Image - One stretch of the new road requires retaining walls be 65 ft. (19.8 m) tall. In order to handle the steep and narrow access roads at the top of the hillside, Blalock & Sons purchased a 50-ton TCC-500 telescopic crawler crane.
Image - Charles Blalock & Sons of Sevierville, TN were awarded contract for a portion of a multi-phase $71 million contract to realign and improve 1.69 miles of SR115/Alcoa Hwy south of downtown Knoxville, Tenn.
|NR18-16 BAR-S Services’ ATC-3275 on the Clock for 96 Hours
|VIDEO - https://youtu.be/ldXfeolTQcc||Video||Link||05/15/18|
|IMAGE - Link-Belt 275-ton (250-mt) ATC-3275 all terrain crane travels near Cheyenne, Wyoming.||Image||Download||7.63 mb||05/15/18|
|IMAGE - Sub-assemblies are lifted at a jobsite in Casper, Wyoming with the ATC-3275.||Image||Download||7.32 mb||05/15/18|
|IMAGE - A rigger takes a moment to place an American flag on the boom of an ATC-3275 near Casper, Wyoming.||Image||Download||5.18 mb||05/15/18|
|IMAGE - Bar-S Services of Cheyenne, Wyoming lifts a 65,000 lb. | 29 483 kg “sub” on a box-on-box triple drill rig with their Link-Belt ATC-3275 all-terrain crane near Ault, Colorado.||Image||Download||12.6 mb||05/15/18|
|IMAGE - Following the rig move, the next day the ATC-3275 travels 175 miles to Casper, WY to lift a 145,000 lb. (65 770 kg) transformer.||Image||Download||7.16 mb||05/15/18|
|IMAGE - The ATC-3275 is dispatched with minimal counterweight to Laramie, Wyoming to lift multiple 20,000 – 30,000 gallon (75 700 – 113 562 liters) fuel tanks for a new Love’s Travel Center.||Image||Download||8.23 mb||05/15/18|
|NR18-12 110RT Works in Wasatch Mountains in Utah||Word Doc||-||Download||04/19/18|
|IMAGE - Construction on the mountain location requires crew on the ground to move around a lot of materials from a single delivery point on the jobsite.||Image||Download||3.11 mb||04/19/18|
IMAGE - Over 560 panels are placed when working on the back foundation wall nearest to the mountain.
|IMAGE - Link-Belt 110RT lifts at jobsite in Wasatch Mountains near Wanship, Utah.||Image||Download||2.73 mb||04/19/18|
|IMAGE - In order to accommodate the requirements of the 30-acre jobsite in a ravine in the Wasatch Mountains, Big-D Construction needed a crane with a small footprint.||Image||Download||2.56 mb||04/19/18|
|IMAGE - Big D Construction of Salt Lake City, UT travels their 110-ton (100-mt) 110RT up a road in Wasatch Mountains.
|NR18-11 348 H5 Lifts Between the Hedges at University of Georgia||Word Doc||-||Download||04/19/18|
|IMAGE - Bleacher supports weighing up to 30,000 lb. (13 607.7 kg) are removed by a Link-Belt 348 H5 at University of Georgia in Athens, GA.||Image||Download||5.8 mb||04/19/18|
|IMAGE - A 100,000 lb. (45 449 kg) raker beam is removed in the west end of stadium renovations at Sanford Stadium at the University of Georgia.||Image||Download||6.28 mb||04/19/18|
|IMAGE - Overhead view of Precision Stone Setting Co. 348 H5 at Sanford Stadium.||Image||Download||5.87 mb||04/19/18|
|IMAGE - The project completes a $63 million investment for the home of University of Georgia football. Sanford Stadium was originally built in 1929 and upon completion will become the tenth largest stadium of any kind, by capacity (92,746), in the United States.||Image||Download||3.73 mb||04/19/18|
|NR18-03 Link-Belt Telecrawlers Work on TEXRail||Word Doc||-||Download||03/06/18|
|IMAGE - TCC-2500 and TCC-1100 work at night near Ft. Worth skyline on TEXRail project at "Hole in the Wall" location under TX 280 and working above Union Pacific line.||Image||Download||13 mb||03/06/18|
|IMAGE - Link-Belt 250-ton (235-mt) TCC-2500 telescopic crawler crane lifts in Peach Yard near Ft. Worth, Texas.||Image||Download||5.37 mb||03/06/18|
|IMAGE - TCC-2500 & TCC-1100 lift 98,000 lb. (44 452 kg) bridge beams in narrow boundary zone of Peach Yard.||Image||Download||7.91 mb||03/06/18|
|IMAGE - TCC-2500 lifts one end of a tandem lift with TCC-1100 in Peach Yard near downtown Ft. Worth, Texas.||Image||Download||8.7 mb||03/06/18|
|IMAGE - TCC-2500 & TCC-1100 place box beam under TX 280 for TEXRail.||Image||Download||8.7 mb||03/06/18|
|IMAGE - TEXRail Map of Segment 2 [Peach Yard & Hole in the Wall]||Image||Download||2.7 mb||03/06/18|
|NR18-14 Link-Belt Announces New District Manager for Texas, Oklahoma & Louisiana||Word Doc||-||Download||-||03/05/18|
|IMAGE - DOUG NEWCOMER PHOTO||Image||Download||2.42 mb||03/05/18|
|NR18-13 Link-Belt Announces New District Manager for Southeast||Word Doc||-||Download||-||03/05/18|
|IMAGE - KIRK ERLINGER PHOTO||Image||Download||744 kb||03/05/18|
|NR18-07 Top 5 Distributors 2017||Word Doc||-||Download||-||01/19/18|
|Image - Top 5 Distributors 2017||Image||Download||90 kb||01/19/18|
|NR17-33 Mortenson Uses TCC-2500 for Rocksprings Wind Farm in West Texas||Word Doc||-||Download||-||01/22/18|
|IMAGE - Link-Belt 250-ton (230-mt) TCC-2500 telescopic crawler crane lifts turbine at Rocksprings Wind Farm in Texas.||Image||Download||5.61 mb||01/22/18|
|IMAGE - TCC-2500 at sunrise at Rocksprings Wind Farm.||Image||Download||5.43 mb||01/22/18|
|IMAGE - TCC-2500 lifts a "top can" section for a wind tower.||Image||Download||5.64 mb||01/22/18|
|IMAGE - TCC-2500 lifts a "top can" section for wind tower near Del Rio, Texas at Rocksprings Wind Farm.||Image||Download||7.36 mb||01/22/18|
|IMAGE - TCC-2500 travels from one turbine site to another, the TCC-2500 travelled nearly 70 miles over the course of several months.||Image||Download||5.18 mb||01/22/18|
|IMAGE - A Link-Belt TCC-2500 lifts the boom of a 600-metric ton crane underneath a powerline, called a "line duck".||Image||Download||1.08 mb||01/22/18|
|NR18-02 Lyle Machinery Co Inks Link-Belt Distributor Agreement||Word Doc||Download||-||01/11/18|
|Logo - Lyle Machinery Co||Logo||Download||32 kb||01/11/18|
|NR17-29 United Infrastructure Debuts 298 Series 2 in South Carolina||Word Doc||-||Download||-||01/08/18|
|IMAGE - United Infrastructure Group (UIG), lifts 170 ft. bridge beam in tandem with 298 Series 2 and 298 HSL.||Image||Download||7.36 mb||01/08/18|
|IMAGE - UIG lifts 200,000 lb. bridge beams from barges on Catawba River in South Carolina.||Image||Download||7.23 mb||01/08/18|
|IMAGE - Two Link-Belt lattice crawler cranes lift bridge beams on barges placed on Catawba River.||Image||Download||7.34 mb||01/08/18|
|IMAGE - UIG lifts longest bulb-tee bridge beams in South Carolina state history.||Image||Download||7.5 mb||01/08/18|
|IMAGE - Workers for UIG meet for early morning safety meeting.||Image||Download||7.84 mb||01/08/18|
|NR17-53 - ESS Adds British Columbia to Territory||Word Doc||-||Download||-||12/15/17|
|LOGO - ESS||Image||Download||77 kb||12/15/17|
|NR17-53 - Mike Ogle Named North American Sales Manager||Word Doc||-||Download||-||12/14/17|
|IMAGE - Mike Ogle Named North American Sales Manager||Image||Download||1.02 mb||12/14/17|
|NR17-51 - Skeeter Collins Named Manager of Major Accounts||Word Doc||-||Download||-||12/14/17|
|IMAGE - Skeeter Collins Named Manager of Major Accounts||Image||Download||1.29 mb||12/14/17|
|NR17-37 - 75RT: Field Units Working, Production Units Delivered||Word Doc||-||Download||-||11/30/17|
|NR17-37 - SPANISH - 75|RT: Unidades de campo en funcionamiento, unidades de producción entregadas||Word Doc||-||Download||-||11/30/17|
|IMAGE - 75RT lifts panels alongside Interstate 5 near Salem, Oregon.||Image||Download||10.61 mb||11/30/17|
|IMAGE - 75RT lifts panels weighing up to 10,000 lbs. for noise barrier construction.||Image||Download||12.92 mb||11/30/17|
|IMAGE - 75RT places one of several hundred piers for noise barrier construction alongside I-5 near Salem, Oregon||Image||Download||12.1 mb||11/30/17|
|NR17-46 - RTC-80160 Series II Announced||Word Doc||-||Download||-||11/06/17|
|IMAGE - RTC-80160 Series II front steer||Image||Download||2.97 mb||11/06/17|
|IMAGE - RTC-80160 Series II pick and carry||Image||Download||6.95 mb||11/06/17|
|IMAGE - RTC-80160 Series II counterweight removal||Image||Download||1.41 mb||11/06/17|
|IMAGE - RTC-80160 Series II transport configuration||Image||Download||1.67 mb||11/06/17|
|NR17-36 - Link-Belt Cranes Vice President of Engineering Don Moore Set to Retire, Richard Shultz to Succeed||Word Doc||Download||-||10/26/17|
|NR17-36 - SPANISH -
Link-Belt Cranes Vicepresidente de ingeniería se prepara para jubilarse, Richard Shultz triunfará
|Image - Richard Shultz||Image||Download||1.98 mb||10/26/17|
|NR17-28 - Smith Erectors Takes 75RT 'to the limit'||Word Doc||-||Download||-||10/20/17|
|NR17-15 - SPANISH - Smith Erectors lleva a la 75RT "al límite"||Word Doc||-||Download||-||10/20/17|
|IMAGE - Link-Belt 75-ton (70-mt) 75RT enters building at Steel Dynamic, Inc in Columbia City, Indiana.||Image||Download||7.62 mb||10/20/17|
|IMAGE - Link-Belt 75RT removes 21,000 lb. (9 525 kg) old chute at Steel Dynamics, Inc.||Image||Download||6.73 mb||10/20/17|
|IMAGE - A new chute, weighing 31,000 lb. (14 061 kg), is lifted into place at Steel Dynamics, Inc. by Smith Erectors.||Image||Download||8.23 mb||10/20/17|
|IMAGE - A new steel chute is lowered into place at Steel Dynamics, Inc. by Smith Erectors of Markle, Indiana.||Image||Download||8.41 mb||10/20/17|
|NR17-39 - Link-Belt Adds Egyptian Distributor in EGYMEC||Word Doc||-||Download||-||10/12/17|
|Logo - EGYMEC logo||Logo||Download||154 kb||10/12/17|
|NR17-15 - TCC Flexibility in New York||Word Doc||-||Download||-||10/11/17|
|NR17-15 - SPANISH - TCC Flexibility in New York||Word Doc||-||Download||-||10/11/17|
|IMAGE - A Link-Belt 140-ton (127-mt) TCC-1400 lifts picks and carries a pipe section at a combined cycle power facility in Wawayanda, New York.||Image||Download||9.82 mb||10/11/17|
|IMAGE - TCC-1400 maneuvers around poured concrete footers at CPV Valley Energy Center in Lower Hudson Valley, New York.||Image||Download||15.4 mb||10/11/17|
|IMAGE - A Link-Belt 110-ton (100-mt) TCC-1100 lifts a stack of pipe sections in a staging area on site of the CPV Valley Energy Center in Wawayanda, New York.||Image||Download||6.06 mb||10/11/17|
|IMAGE - A Link-Belt TCC-1400 travels beneath the overhang of an unfinished structure on site at CPV Valley Energy Center.||Image||Download||14.6 mb||10/11/17|
|NR17-15 TCC-1400 Works in Chicago||Word Doc||-||Download||-||10/11/17|
|NR17-15 - SPANISH - TCC-1400 Works in Chicago||Word Doc||-||Download||-||10/11/17|
|IMAGE - A Link-Belt 140-ton (127-mt) TCC-1400 lifts caisson pipes measuring up to 64 ft. (19.5 m) for foundation work.||Image||Download||5.23 mb||10/11/17|
|IMAGE - A TCC-1400 works in frigid temperatures to complete foundation work for a new development nearby Wrigley Field in the Wrigleyville neighborhood of Chicago.||Image||Download||5.53 mb||10/11/17|
|IMAGE - A Link-Belt 140-ton (127-mt) TCC-1400 lifts a caisson for foundational work near Wrigley Field, in Chicago, Illinois.||Image||Download||7.72 mb||10/11/17|
|NR17-14 TCC-750 Sound Barrier in Cleveland||Word Doc||-||Download||-||10/11/17|
|IMAGE - A Link-Belt 75-ton (70-mt) TCC-750 lifts a concrete sound barrier panel alongside I-480 in Brooklyn suburb of Cleveland, Ohio.||Download||8.75 mb||10/11/17|
|NR17-21 Bragg Crane Signs for More Link-Belt Cranes||Word Doc||Download||-||08/01/17|
|Image - Bragg Crane Signs for More Link-Belt Cranes||Image||Download||3.19 mb||08/01/17|
|NR17-13 - R.S. Audley Utilizes Link-Belt Lattice Crawler for New Hampshire Bridge Project||Word Doc||-||Download||-||07/18/17|
|Image - 238 HSL lifting steel beam on Little Bay Bridge||Image||Download||4.71 mb||07/18/17|
|Image - 298 HSL lifting steel beam on Little Bay Bridge||Image||Download||3.67 mb||07/18/17|
|Image - Overhead view of 238 HSL lifting steel beam on Little Bay Bridge||Image||Download||4.8 mb||07/18/17|
|Link-Belt Cranes Produces 10,000th Formed Boom||Word Doc||-||Download||-||05/15/17|
|Image - Link-Belt Cranes Executive Staff and Boom Value Stream Team stand with the 10,000th boom section produced at Link-Belt formed boom bay in Lexington, KY.||JPG||Download||8.62 mb||05/15/17|
|Link-Belt Cranes Field Tests and Introduces TCC-2500 in Same Week||Word Doc||-||Download||-||05/15/17|
|Link-Belt realiza pruebas de campo e introduce la grúa TCC-2500 en la misma semana
|Image #1 - TCC-2500||JPG||Download||3.4 mb||05/15/17|
|Image #2 - TCC-2500||JPG||Download||2.1 mb||05/15/17|
|Image #3 - TCC-2500||JPG||Download||1.6 mb||05/15/17|
|Image #4 - TCC-2500||JPG||Download||3.0 mb||05/15/17|
|Link-Belt Announces Stevenson Sales & Service LLC as Illinois and Indiana Distributor||Word Doc||-||Download||-||05/09/17|
|Image - Stevenson Sales & Service LLC logo||JPG||Download||116 kb||05/09/17|
|News Release - Link-Belt the Right fit for Extreme Steel in Northern Virginia||Word Doc||-||Download||-||04/21/17|
|News Release - SPANISH - Link-Belt, la mejor opción para Extreme Steel en Virginia del Norte||Word Doc||-||Download||-||04/21/17|
|Image - Link-Belt the Right fit for Extreme Steel in Northern Virginia||JPG||Download||-||04/21/17|
|Image - Link-Belt the Right fit for Extreme Steel in Northern Virginia||JPG||Download||-||04/21/17|
|Image - Link-Belt the Right fit for Extreme Steel in Northern Virginia||JPG||Download||04/21/17|
|Image - Link-Belt the Right fit for Extreme Steel in Northern Virginia||JPG||Download||04/21/17|
|News Release - R.S. Audley adds 238 HSL at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017||Word Doc||-||Download||-||03/10/17|
|News Release - SPANISH - R.S. Audley adquiere grúa 238 HSL en la CONEXPO-CON/AGG de 2017||Word Doc||-||Download||-||03/10/17|
|Image - R.S. Audley adds 238 HSL at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017||JPG||Download||-||03/10/17|
|News Release - NessCampbell Crane + Rigging Purchase First Link-Belt 75RT||Word Doc||-||Download||-||03/09/17|
|News Release - SPANISH - NessCampbell Crane + Rigging compra la primera grúa 75RT de Link-Belt||Word Doc||-||Download||-||03/09/17|
|Image - NessCampbell Crane + Rigging Purchase Link-Belt 75RT||JPG||Download||-||03/09/17|
|News Release - Link-Belt Excited to Impress at CONEXPO/Con-Agg 2017||Word Doc||-||Download||-||02/15/17|
|News Release - SPANISH - Link-Belt entusiasmada por impresionar en la CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017
|Image - HTC-86110 at CONEXPO/Con-Agg 2017 features lighting package||JPG||Download||3.36 mb||02/15/17|
|Image - HTC-86110 at CONEXPO/Con-Agg 2017 features lighting package||JPG||Download||3.86 mb||02/15/17|
|Image - HTC-86110 at CONEXPO/Con-Agg 2017 features lighting package||JPG||Download||2.42 mb||02/15/17|
|News Release - Link-Belt President and CEO Chuck Martz to Retire, Melvin Porter to Succeed||Word Doc||-||Download||-||02/08/17|
|Image - Melvin Porter, President & CEO||JPG||Download||355 kb||02/08/17|
|Image - Sandy Hammonds, Vice-President Finance & CFO||JPG||Download||255 kb||02/08/17|
|News Release - Top Five Link-Belt Distributors||Word Doc||-||Download||02/08/17|
|Image - Top Five Link-Belt Distributors||JPG||Download||1.77 mb||02/08/17|
|News Release - Link-Belt 75RT Combines Technology and Simplicity||Word Doc||-||Download||01/27/17|
|News Release - SPANISH - Link-Belt 75RT combina tecnología y simplicidad
|Image - Link-Belt 75-ton 75RT||JPG||Download||1.77 mb||01/27/17|
|Image - Link-Belt 75-ton 75RT||JPG||Download||5.18 mb||01/27/17|
|News Release - 110RT Move Up to More Capacity||Word Doc||-||Download||01/27/17|
|News Release - SPANISH - 110|RT - ¡Avance hacia una mayor capacidad!
|Image - Link-Belt 110-ton 110RT||JPG||Download||4.32 mb||01/27/17|
|Image - Link-Belt 110-ton 110RT||JPG||Download||4.17 mb||01/27/17|
|News Release - Paul Culler promoted to VP Manufacturing||Word Doc||-||Download||12/21/16|
|Image - Paul Culler promoted to VP Manufacturing||JPG||Download||2.02 mb||12/21/16|
|News Release - Pulse 2.0||Word Doc||-||Download||12/6/16|
|News Release - SPANISH - Link-Belt revela la segunda fase del sistema de control del operador - Pulse 2.0
|News Release - Pulse 2.0 Display||JPG||Download||433 kb||12/6/16|
|News Release - Pulse 2.0 Logo||JPG||Download||419 kb||12/6/16|
|News Release - New 228 HSL expands Link-Belt's crawler presence||Word Doc||-||Download||11/30/16|
|Image - All-new 228 HSL on the job in Lexington, Ky. on Newtown Pike Extension||JPG||Download||6.15 mb||11/30/16|
|Image - Link-Belt 130-ton (117.2 mt) 228 HSL||JPG||Download||5.54 mb||11/30/16|
|Image - 228 HSL powered by 270 hp (201 kW) Cummins QSB6.7L tier 4 final diesel engine||JPG||Download||7.57 mb||11/30/16|
|News Release - ALL Erection adds TCC-2500s||Word Doc||-||Download||11/14/16|
|Image - ALL Erection adds TCC-2500s||JPG||Download||1.22 mb||11/14/16|
|News Release - TCC-2500 Announced||Word Doc||-||Download||11/3/16|
|Image 1 - TCC-2500 Announced (Transport)||JPG||Download||2.60 mb||11/3/16|
|Image 2 - TCC-2500 Announced||JPG||Download||1.66 mb||11/3/16|
|Image 3 - TCC-2500 Announced||JPG||Download||2.17 mb||11/3/16|
|News Release - TCC-1100 operates under bridge clearance||Word Doc||-||Download||10/5/16|
|News Release - SPANISH - TCC-1100 opera bajo luces de puentes||Word Doc||-||Download||10/5/16|
|Image 1 -TCC-1100 operates under bridge clearance||JPG||Download||2.60 mb||10/5/16|
|Image 2 -TCC-1100 operates under bridge clearance||JPG||Download||2.83 mb||10/5/16|
|Image 3 -TCC-1100 operates under bridge clearance||JPG||Download||5.73 mb||10/5/16|
|News Release - HTC-86110 Works at Newark, OH Interchange||Word doc||-||Download||4.74 mb||10/5/16|
|Image 1 -HTC-86110 Works at Newark, OH Interchange||JPG||Download||4.74 mb||9/9/16|
|Image 2 -HTC-86110 Works at Newark, OH Interchange||JPG||Download||9.14 mb||9/9/16|
|Image 3 -HTC-86110 Works at Newark, OH Interchange||JPG||Download||8.56 mb||9/9/16|
|News Release - 138 HSLs Lift Bridge Beams for I-69||Word doc||-||Download||9/9/16|
|Image 1 -138 HSLs Lift Bridge Beams for I-69||JPG||Download||10.8 mb||9/9/16|
|Image 2 -138 HSLs Lift Bridge Beams for I-69||JPG||Download||10.1 kb||9/9/16|
|Image 3 -138 HSLs Lift Bridge Beams for I-69||JPG||Download||9.77 mb||9/9/16|
|News Release -298 Series 2 Features Easy Luffing Attachment||Word doc||-||Download||9/8/16|
|News Release - SPANISH - serie 298 (2) de Link-Belt incluye una pluma auxiliar angulable simple||Word doc||-||Download||9/8/16|
|Image 1 - 298 Series 2 Lift Off||JPG||Download||884 kb||9/8/16|
|Image 2 - 298 Series 2||JPG||Download||948 mb||9/8/16|
|Image 3 - 298 Series 2||JPG||Download||2.33 mb||9/8/16|