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Leggat expands with Demag

Leggat Plant has expanded its fleet with the addition of a Demag AC 100-4L all-terrain crane.

The 100-tonne capacity four-axle crane has a compact 2.55 m wide chassis; a maximum main boom length of 59.4 m; and a total system length of 81.7 m.

It is also equipped with the Demag IC-1 Plus control system that calculates the crane’s maximum lifting capacity for every position of the boom.

The Scottish crane hire company has already begun using the crane on multiple projects in the Glasgow area.

www.leggatplant.co.uk

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