Sarens Canada Inc. has strengthened its fleet with the addition of three new National Crane boom trucks.
Strongco recently presented Sarens with the keys to two new 30-ton National Crane NBT30H-100 boom trucks and a new 55-ton long reach NBT55L boom truck.
“We want to thank Lee Rowe and his team at Sarens Canada for the recent purchase of two new National Crane NBT30H-100 and new long reach NBT55L. June 1 was a perfect day for a key hand-over ceremony,” said Chris Gray, Strongco’s territory manager. “We look forward to supporting Sarens as they continue to grow in Canada and beyond.”
Sarens is a multinational company headquartered in Wolvertem, Belgium. The company expanded into Canada in 2011 with the acquisition of Canada Crane Services Inc. which then became Sarens Canada Inc. in 2014.
The company now supplies crane, heavy lift solutions and engineered transport throughout Canada, via its locations in Leduc, Alberta, Grande Prairie, Alberta, Vancouver, B.C., Fort McMurray, Alberta, Ayr, Ontario, Toronto, Ontario and Sarnia, Ontario.
Sarens Canada’s expanded fleet
The NBT30H delivers a maximum capacity of 30 tons, a 36.27 metre maximum tip height for the main boom and a 49.68 metre maximum tip height for a boom with jib.
The 33.52 metre four-section boom is the longest in its size range. The longer boom allows the operator to perform more lifts without the use of a jib, reducing setup time and improving efficiency. A 30.48 metre four-section boom is also available.
National Crane’s Graphical Rated Capacity Limiter (RCL) is standard on all NBT30H-2 machines. The system displays all crane load lifting values, while providing real-time data about the crane and truck operating system. As well, the RCL is weather resistant and visible in full or low light.
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The NBT55 series boom truck is the largest capacity boom truck from National Crane, and available in 50 and 55 ton versions.
The boom truck features a 41.1 metre maximum tip height and a 54.6 metre maximum tip height with a boom extension. The crane boasts fully integrated machine control and LMI, which is a first for the boom truck market. The crane also includes a new outrigger beam position sensing system to aid in load chart selection.