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How to Buy Rough Terrain Crane and Overview of XCMG 50-ton RT50

What is a Rough Terrain Crane?

A rough terrain crane is a type of heavy construction equipment with hardy bodies and additional features to improve the efficiency of the crane. It is ideal for lifting and moving heavy loads on rough and rugged terrain. Rough terrain cranes are helpful in many industries and worksites, including:

  • Mining
  • Agriculture
  • Construction


Rough terrain cranes are an extremely common piece of machinery found on most construction sites. Typical rough terrain truck price ranges from $158,000 to $209,800.

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What are the XCMG 50-ton Rough Terrain Crane RT50 Special Features?

1.      Variable drive systems

The 50-ton rough terrain crane RT50 from XCMG has 4×2 and 4×4 driving systems. Besides, they can provide both forward and backward driving functions depending on the environment. It has a smaller turning radius due to the all-wheel-drive system and off-road technology that makes this rough terrain crane highly adaptable.

2.      Specialized energy-saving hydraulic system

The 50-ton rough terrain RT50 has a torque converter with lockout functions that gives more torque and low speed plus higher efficiency at high speed. Besides, it has a free-fall elevated control system that doesn’t require additional power to operate.

3.      Load moment limiter

This type of rough terrain crane has a Hirschman force limiter system adopted from micro processing technology. As a result, it utilizes it for lower power consumption, user-friendly control, and increased functionality. Also, this unique feature combines with the large-screen LCD that has all vital vehicle information to provide a highly organized and functional interior for operators.

4.      Safety system

The XCMG 50-ton rough terrain crane RT50 provides a safety system during travelling. As a result, it automatically detects any abnormal information and provides automatic warnings. Besides, it has speed-limiting and braking technology. Finally, it complies with the Chinese, North American, and European safety standards.

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Why Buy an XCMG 50-ton Rough Terrain Crane RT50, and which Construction Projects are they for?

The XCMG 50-ton rough terrain crane RT50 is new and improved with many new additional special features to make work at the construction site easier. The XCMG 50-ton rough terrain crane RT50 is particularly useful in various construction tasks and activities, including:

  • Lifting
  • Transporting


The XCMG 50-ton rough terrain crane RT50 is customizable and can be fitted with other attachments based on the specifics of the construction project. This rough terrain crane can be used both for commercial and private construction projects. However, it would be ideal for more extensive projects due to the heavy-duty characteristics of this specific model. XCMG can also customize a 50-ton rough terrain crane RT50 to suit your particular needs; just let Camamach know what you intend to use this machine for!

Where to Find an XCMG 50-ton Rough Terrain Crane RT50 for Sale?

Ordering the 50-ton rough terrain crane RT50 from XCMG directly has become more accessible over the years. However, it can still be a slow and time-consuming process, especially when buying small quantities of equipment. You might also face difficulties such as language barriers and non-ideal prices. Therefore, Camamach may be a better choice for you. At Camamach, we have experience with reliable products and equipment from XCMG and other Chinese construction machinery manufacturers, all while helping you get the machine you desire at a competitive price.

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