The Boom Booster system is a welded steel structure that is mounted directly on the crane and consists of up to seven, 39-foot-long sections. When equipped with this system, Superlift 3800 units can reach a maximum hook height of 571 feetand lift loads of up to 88 tonswhen using this configuration. 581-footboom set up without assist crane In order to erect the large wind turbine in the Hunsruck mountain range, the crane was equipped with a 541-footmain boom and a 39-foot LF jib. That was the first time we ever used the complete Boom Booster system with all seven sections, which of course meant we were really excited to see how things would pan out. Not just when setting up the crane and with the Split Tray and Flex Frame options that we were using as well, but also during the actual work later on, explains crane operator Christoph Bergmaier. And the reason was obvious, as the very idea behind these two Terex solutions is exactly the kind of thing crane operators want: The Superlift Split Tray is HSE regulations used when erecting the main boom. Once the main boom is set up, the counterweight that is no longer required can simply be uncoupled, after which the Superlift 3800 crane can move with only the Superlift counterweight that is still needed. After the crane is done with its work, the counterweight that was originally removed can be quickly put back in place in order to lower the main boom. This quick-coupling technology eliminated the work involved in rearranging counterweights for the Hofmann team, which reduced the setup time, eliminated the need for an assist crane, and made it possible to work with a smaller team. The Flex Frame unit also proved to be helpful when setting up the crane, as the team used it to increase the Superlift radius to 69 feetso that it would be possible to erect the boom, with its total length of 581 feet, without the need for an assist crane. Before this, however, the team had to overcome a different challenge, namely, the relatively steep slope at the tough work site. A boom with this kind of length needs to be kept at a perfectly horizontal position, explains Bergmaier.
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