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Demag duo for Cosmo

Australia’s Cosmo Cranes has added two Demag all-terrain cranes to its fleet.

Cosmo’s Demag AC 300-6 and AC 130-5 are both equipped with the IC-1 Plus control system that provides the operator with access to real-time lifting information.

The five-axle AC 130-5 model has a maximum lifting capacity of 130 tonnes and a main boom length of 60 m. The larger six-axle AC 300-6 features a lifting capacity of 300 tonnes and a boom length of 80 m.

Both cranes have already been used on several projects throughout Australia.

www.cosmocranes.com.au

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