Equipment at Work
High Reach Inc. out in the field flexing it’s muscle
Since we first introduced Canada to the Broderson line of carry deck cranes (back in 1982, when the mountains were still cooling) High Reach Inc. has continually used our expertise and cumulative knowledge to solve machinery moving, production, construction, and maintenance problems in industries ranging from vinyards to rail yards, from power plants to parts stamping, and from hospitals to hangars.
Here are just a few action (and some stop-action) examples of our equipment at work.
RT80 @ Work againLight, long and lean, that's eight ton capacity RT-80. Weighing only 16,000 lbs. the 4 Wheel Drive, 4 Wheel Steer Broderson RT-80 is a versatile industrial rough terrain crane. A 54' reach (61' tip height) means this crane can perform significant lifts. This RT-80 sits poised to lift, at a large Canadian pulp and paper plant. With the plant spread out over such a large area, and with such a great variety of maintenace jobs, let alone inclement Canadian weather, the RT-80 can get to the site and perform the lifts everyday.
Tri-Lifter 65 @ WorkThe Riggers Tri Lifters are all very compact, easy to operate and extremely powerful. Digital display of load weight, boom and counterweight position coupled with 2-speed hydrostatic drives permit precise handling in the most demanding and confining situations. Automatic Overload Shutoff prevents the operator from exceeding design capacity regardless of load configuration or position. Wide wheels distribute the weight of the Tri Lifter and its load, minimizing floor loading.
IC-80At the 5,000 foot level, a diesel-powered Broderson IC-80. assists in the placement of steel and materials in the construction of a new shaft down to the 10,000 foot level in Timmins, Ontario. The IC-80 is, by far, the most popular crane built by Broderson. Extraordinarily small and versatile, the IC-80 is capable of doing some heavy work, too. Every major car maker in North America can’t be wrong, can they?
IC-80 @ Work at the Toronto Transit CommissionAssisting in the 2003 (and 2004) Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) subway expansion, the IC-80's proved most useful working in such confined space. Whether handling steel, re-rod or panels Broderson carry deck cranes increase efficiency.
(Photography courtesy of The Toronto star)