Introduction of Boom Truck Rotary Telescopic Boom Crane
Boom trucks usually have a swivel telescopic crane mounted on a commercial truck chassis. This configuration facilitates the transport of lifting equipment to the job site and allows maximum use of boom trucks.
Unlike truck cranes, which are usually mounted on specially designed carriers.
The truck chassis usually has a flat body on which the jib crane is mounted. The operator can control the crane from the cab. If a cab is not available, use a controller mounted on the truck and connected to the crane to control the crane on the ground.
These cranes do not use counterweights, so their lifting capacity is lower than other types of cranes. Many will have legs to help stabilize the truck as the crane lifts and places the load.
Some boom trucks have an aerial work platform instead of a hoist.