Tadano ATF 220G-5 vs. Demag AC 220-5

Offering you the best solution for your application.

Both Tadano ATF 220G-5 and Demag AC 220-5 cranes offer cost efficient solutions for building your business. Specfic to your industry needs, one model may have an advantage over another.

The ATF 220G-5 provides better lifting capacities, on shorter main boom lengths and longer radii. This machine boasts a strong chart, integrated heavy lift jib and proven design, excellent for heavy lifts such as pre-cast panel installs.

The AC 220-5 is a more compact machine with a 33 ft longer main boom, plus a bi-fold jib which is excellent for tight work spaces and longer reach applications such as cell tower work. The IC-1 Plus provides an advantage when working in confined spaces.

Lift Summary: ATF 220G-5 is stronger on longer radii; AC 220-5 is stronger on shorter radii.

TADANO ATF 220G-5: Highlights

• Main boom – 223 ft
• Max radius main boom – 210 ft
• Max main boom hook height – 230 ft
• Main boom hook height at 70 ft – 220 ft
• 52 ft – 30,400 lbs
• 98 ft -23,600 lbs
• 144 ft – 15,400 lbs
• Two Engines – MTU
• AML-F crane control with asymmetrical outriggers
• Easy On-board diagnostics & Joystick Control

DEMAG AC 220-5: Highlights

• Long main boom – 256 ft
• Max radius main boom – 229 ft
• Max main boom hook height – 262 ft
• Main boom hook height at 70 ft – 245 ft
• 52 ft – 34,400 lbs
• 98 ft – 22,700 lbs
• 144 ft – 14,100 lbs
• Single Engine – Scania
• IC-1 Plus Control with asymmetrical outriggers
• Easy On-board diagnostics & Joystick Control

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