VersaCrane

					VersaCrane

A large mobile crane collapsed at a Houston oil refinery July 18, 2008, killing four workers and injuring seven others.

VersaCrane™ is not an ordinary crane. It takes the abilities of an average crane from routine to extreme. Standing more than 600 feet above the ground, the sheer presence and strength of this machine captures people's attention. Its patented compact design allows it to perform in crowded and congested areas, and to travel easily and economically. Multiple configurations allow this crane to have the versatility and strength required to meet almost any challenge. The VersaCrane™ completes tasks that most would require assistance of multiple cranes to execute safely. Its technological design provides it the lowest ground-bearing pressure in the industry. Every piece of structural steel used to build our VersaCrane™ is stamped with a serial number, so each piece can be fully traced from the mill, through welding and inspection procedures, all the way to completed component. Each VersaCrane™ is tested in strict accordance with the following codes: J987 & J765 SAE and B30.5 ASME. A nationally accredited independent testing firm performs all tests. We have a complete line of cranes from 750T to 2500T. http://www.deepsouthcrane.com/equi_vers.asp


				
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Description: A large mobile crane collapsed at a Houston oil refinery July 18, 2008, killing four workers and injuring seven others.