Iowa Mold Tooling Co., Inc., introduced its new IMT 6000 series hydraulic telescopic crane and Dominator I mechanics truck package at ConExpo-Agg in Las Vegas. Designed to reduce weight and carry more payload without sacrificing performance, the 6000 series crane is 30% lighter and lifts a maximum 6,000 pounds, with corrosion-resistant components that mitigate rust. The boom tip was redesigned for precision and maneuverability.
The 6000 series crane was built to mount on a newly enhanced IMT Dominator I service truck. The new Dominator package comes with payload-increasing options such as a compact work bench bumper and a redesigned lightweight customizable bolt bin offering. It’s also available with the new CAS40PL air compressor built with an aluminum canopy to reduce weight by more than 40% over the previous model.
ConExpo-Agg attendees can see the new crane, air compressor, and Dominator I body mounted on a 2019 Ford F-550 4x4 chassis on display at booth N12367. The company is also showcasing the IMT Dominator III service truck with a 12,000-pound crane and CAS80R cold weather air compressor on a 2020 Peterbilt 337 chassis as well as a 32/222 articulating crane rear-mounted on a 2020 Kenworth T880.
Originally posted on Work Truck Online