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Tadano TM-ZR560 Series (Model TM-ZR564S)

Tadano’s TM-ZR560 Series are made specifically to suit medium-large 12-25 tonne vehicles. With a range of boom lengths to choose from, world class technology, unique heptagonal booms and central control panels with AML, the 560 series are a strong and efficient vehicle loader crane for your transportation, rail work, recycling and salvage or drilling project needs.

Features Include:

  • Tadano’s Equalizer Crane Support – Three Point Support System.
  • Working Height Limiter
  • AML system
  • Centralized Control Panel
  • Radio Controller
  • Interlocking Jack System
  • Full circle swing and automatic slew lock.

The ZR564, a typical model of the ZR560 series has an enhanced lifting capacity of 3,130kg, equipped with a hydraulic ultra-reach boom of 10.08 meters. In addition, a High-Performance Radio Controller available for the model ensures effective operation by getting various hard jobs done easily and greatly mitigating an operator’s load while at work.

Crane Features:

  • Working Height Limiter (WHL), stop’s the boom at the registered heights via the remote control.
  • The three-point support system, Tadano’s Equalizer Crane Support protects the truck frame from stress. The crane is mounted to the truck chassis with the Equalizer Crane Support that evenly distributes the load to prevent excessive stress concentration at any one point.
  • The newly designed compact slewing post improves performance providing full circle continuous rotation for more efficient operations.
  • Automatic slewing lock prevents boom rotation during traveling for greater safety.
Crane Specifications:TM-ZR564S(HEF)
Max. Lifting Capacity:3,130kg x 3.8m
Max. Lifting Height:12.7m
Max. Load Radius:10.58m
Boom Length:3.55m - 10.80m
Outrigger Extension:4.8m
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