This sharp IHI CCH2000-5 of Tiong Woon from Singapore (SG) was used on a large construction site to assist with the construction works for a new parking.

It is a 200-tonne crawler crane. The undercarriage is 9.18 meter long and 7.07 meter wide. A single track is 9.18 meters long, 1.07 meters wide and 1.37 meters tall. The mass per piece is 18.9 tonnes. On the undercarriage is in total 16 tonnes of counterweight mounted.

Attached to the super structure is hanging in total 78 tonnes of counterweight, the counterweight exists out of seven parts. The counterweight has a 6 meter tailswing.

The crane is powered by a HINO K13C-UV, a 6-cylinder diesel engine with a power of 275 kW. The engine powers in total three hydraulic pumps to move the crane functions.

In operation hat the A-frame a total height of approx. 8.5 meters.

Here was the crane fitted with a 51 meter long main boom, in this configuration is the crane able to hoist maximum 75 tonnes on a 10.8 meter radius or 11,2 tonnes on a 45.8 meter radius. The maximum length of the main boom is 90 meters.

The crane is fitted with two 13.5-tonne hoist winches, both are here in operation.

A very sharp crane of Tiong Woon, one of the largest crane rental companies in Singapore that is active in many other Asian countries!

A couple of months later was the configuration of the crane adjusted. Here is the crane fitted with a 51 meter main boom and a 45 meter luffing jib.

The luffing jib has a minimum length of 27 meters and can be extended in 3 meter steps to a maximum length of 51 meters.