Steel Erection, Crane, & Welding Services
Standing out in the Industry
AISC CERTIFIED STEEL ERECTOR
33 Allen Avenue Extension
Falmouth, Maine 04105
It’s important to always make sure you have the right tool for the job. That’s especially true of cranes, since the wrong tool for the job won’t just slow you down; it could lead to safety and personnel issues. American Aerial Services offers four cranes with a variety of weight ratings to handle your heaviest and toughest jobs, making us a logical choice for your next crane rental.
We rent six different crane models, each terrain cranes that are suited to off-road environments where many other cranes simply can’t go. They prove their worth by taking on tough jobs in tough environments. Links below direct to full PDF spec sheets for each crane.
Grove TMS 900E Megaform boom Truck Crane
The Grove TMS 900E Hydraulic Telescopic Truck Crane is a 90 ton crane capable of handling a number of boom configurations. Its 37-142 ft 5 section full power boom with a twin lock boom pinning system has a 33 - 56 foot bifold lattice swing away extension.
Link Belt HTC 8660 Telescopic Hydraulic Truck Crane
The Link Belt HTC 8660 Telescopic Hydraulic Truck Crane is a 60 ton crane capable of handling a number of boom and fly configurations. Its bi-directional hydraulic swing motor provides for a smooth 360-degree arc at 1.7 RPM. It’s equipped with front and rear winches, offers variable line speed, and can store up to 834 feet of rope.
Link Belt HTC 8675 LB Hydraulic Truck Crane
Its 75 ton capacity is only one of the many strengths offered by the Link Belt HTC 8675 LB Hydraulic Truck Crane. This crane can be outfitted with a number of optional attachments, including an auxiliary lifting sheave, hook blocks and balls, flies, and fly extensions, as well as optional auxiliary winches. Its 8x4 driveline is equally at home on blacktop or rough job sites.
Terex T780 Terrain Crane
The five-ton gap between the Link Belt HTC 8675 LB and the Terex T780 Terrain Crane isn’t their most important difference. The Terex crane offers a maximum travel speed of 65 miles per hour, so you’ll be on site in no time, and its great reach and capacity (80 tons maximum lift, with a 126 foot maximum boom lift and a 133 foot maximum tip height) add up to one versatile machine.
Link Belt HTT 8690 Telescopic Boom Truck Crane
If you need more power but don’t quite require the staggering capacity of the Link Belt HC 238 H below, step up to the Link Belt HTT 8690 Telescopic Boom Truck Crane and its 90 ton capacity. It offers many of the same strengths as its smaller counterparts, with a wider range of counterweights for effective use in several applications — with or without outriggers deployed.
Link Belt HC 238 H Lattice Boom Truck Crane
The Link Belt HC 238 H Lattice Boom Truck Crane boasts a 150 ton capacity for those times when you really need added reach and power. It’s capable of operating in either tube boom or boom and jib configurations, with capacities and capabilities varying somewhat depending on the configuration — we’ll speak to you about this in more depth in order to ensure that you have the correct configuration for your project.
The Crane Rental Process
Each rental starts with a consultation. Our goal is to thoroughly understand the full scope of your project in order to ensure you receive the equipment and operators you need. The consultation will also uncover any additional parts and accessories needed for your project in case the crane configuration needs to be altered to fit your specifications.
About American Aerial Services
Now that we’ve talked about our cranes and their capabilities, let’s talk turkey about why American Aerial Services is the sensible choice for crane rentals in Maine, especially in the Portland and Falmouth areas. We offer well-maintained equipment, highly-trained and drug-tested operators, and high quality workmanship, all at fair prices.