The 20 tonne Tadano GR-200EX is a rugged and versatile rough terrain crane, making it well-suited for various demanding tasks in construction, manufacturing, and infrastructure development projects. This crane thrives in environments that require maneuverability and robust lifting capabilities, such as tight urban job sites or uneven, off-road terrains. It is an excellent choice for tasks like erecting steel structures, placing heavy machinery, and lifting bulky materials at height. Its compact design also enables the GR-200EX to navigate through confined spaces where larger cranes might struggle, facilitating a more effective and efficient operation in challenging conditions.
In terms of functionality, the Tadano GR-200EX boasts an impressive range. It offers a maximum lifting capacity of 20 tonnes, enabling it to handle substantial loads with precision and reliability. Its boom is extendable, allowing for significant reach and height, accommodating various lifting needs on the job site. Its robust design and construction mean it can operate efficiently under tough conditions, maintaining performance and reliability. The GR-200EX’s design also emphasizes user-friendly operations, providing operators with the necessary tools and features to manage the crane’s capabilities effectively, ensuring smooth and safe operations.
Operating the 20 tonne Tadano GR-200EX in Australia requires adherence to specific regulatory and safety guidelines. Operators must have a High Risk Work Licence (HRWL) with the appropriate class to operate the crane, ensuring they have the necessary training and competence. The crane should also be compliant with Australian Standards, such as AS 1418.5 (Cranes, Hoists, and Winches), and undergo regular maintenance and inspection to ensure operational safety and integrity. Additionally, adherence to workplace health and safety regulations, including proper planning, risk assessment, and the implementation of safe work practices, is essential to ensure the safety of the operator and other personnel on the job site.