IMT debuts mechanics truck, telescopic crane

By |  June 6, 2017
IMT Dominator III truck, crane

Dominator III

Iowa Mold Tooling Co. Inc. (IMT) released its Dominator III 11-ft. mechanics truck and 25-ft., 12,000-pound telescopic crane.

IMT designed the Dominator III to work in tighter quarters than its 14-ft. counterpart, maintaining stability and providing extra lift performance in critical work zones. The 11-ft. body meets market demand for a maneuverable truck that provides all the convenience and support of a service truck with the ability to meet tight application needs, according to IMT.

“We took the same approach with the 11-ft. version of the Dominator III as we did with the 14-ft. [version] – provide a reliable, durable service truck with high-performance capabilities,” says Jim Hasty, general manager at IMT. “We aimed to meet our customer’s needs while offering a lighter, maneuverable body paired with increased lifting capacity from the 25-ft., 12,000-pound crane.”

In addition, IMT reduced the weight of its upgraded 25-ft., 12,000-pound telescopic crane by 440 pounds, while increasing the crane rating to 81,000 ft.-lb. The crane can clear a 12,000-pound load easily, particularly in zones where operators work, IMT says. Its capabilities complement the lighter Dominator III, while offering operators high performance levels.

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