Ring Power Crane Delivers Manitowoc 999

June 12, 2015 at 11:14 AMRing Power

Product engineers from the Grove manufacturing facility in Shady Grove, Pa. traveled to Fletcher, N.C. recently to witness the assembly and commissioning of a Manitowoc 999 and take notes on possible product improvements. Ring Power Crane delivered the machine — one of the first Series 3 999s off the assembly line — to Tindall Corp. in early May for a job at the Sierra Nevada Brewery. Grove reps Greg Rock (Field Performance), Wayne Forsythe (Manufacturing), Clay Nunemaker (Final Assembly), Ken Strong (Manufacturing), Travis Schultz (Manitowoc CraneCARE), Dave Edinger (Product Verification Center), Edwin Blair (Test Track), Justin Gipe (Paint – Final Detail) and Frankie Rogers (Tindall Crane Operator) were joined on-site by Jeff Murray, Ring Power CraneCarolinas regional sales manager, and Paul Spry, N.C. crane field service tech I. Paul oversaw the assembly, performed the pre-delivery inspection and calibrated the new crane.

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Crawler Crane by Manitowoc Available at Ring Power Crane—June 2011

June 6, 2011 at 9:14 AMRing Power
Manitowoc Crawler Crane available at Ring Power Crane

 

Since it was first introduced in 2000, Ring Power refuses to keep Manitowoc’s 999 cranes off our shelves. Why? Because not only does it continue to meet the expectations of our Ring Power Crane custommanitowoc crawler craneers but this lattice boom crawler crane goes above and beyond, literally. With 48" wide cast steel pads, Manitowoc’s very own patented FACT connection to carbody and single-track design, this beast of burden does more than just get the job done. 

Towering over its competition, this crane is strategically designed with drive motors located on each corner of the carbody, rather than the same side, to help with turning while carrying a load. This also allows for better ease of assembly, as it won’t matter what crawler goes on what side. Don’t miss out on Manitowoc’s exclusive independent closed loop system not to mention its main and whip drum’s continuous 29,500 lb. line pull with top to bottom layer. Tired of your crane engine refusing to crank up in the winter months? Well, the 999 offers a manually operated disconnect clutch for cold weather starting. All of this and more: Its crawlers’ tractive effort allows full counter-rotation with a full-rated load, exclusive to Manitowoc.

So don’t settle for a crane that limits your operation, let the Manitowoc 999 Crawler Crane earn you precious time and money as it continues to speak for itself. Now you know why our Ring Power customers can’t keep their hands off this crane for over a decade. Don’t let this load-lifting competitive edge slip through your hands. Come see for yourself why we proudly stand by the 999 lattice boom crawler crane.

This Manitowoc 999 lattice boom crawler crane is available for long term rent. Contact us for crane rental rates.

Headquartered in St. Augustine, Florida, Ring Power Crane is a division of Ring Power Corporation offering crane sales and crane rentals of new and used cranes with locations in Florida and the southeast including, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina. Ring Power Crane is a full service dealer for new and used boom trucks, rough and all terrain cranes, truck cranes, crawler cranes, pickers, tower cranes, superstackers and lattice boom cranes by leading manufacturers Grove Crane, Manitowoc Crane, National Boom Truck, Tadano Boom Truck, Manitex Boom Truck, Broderson Industrial Cranes and PTC Driving Equipment. Ring Power Crane also export cranes from our office in Miami, Florida.

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Crane Techs Take the Field at New Marlins Stadium in Miami–April 2011

April 21, 2011 at 3:18 PMRing Power

The Major League Baseball Florida Marlins’ opening game held April 1 marks the beginning of their final season at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. And just outside Little Havana in downtown Miami, approximately 800 construction workers are busy manitowoc crane miamiconstructing Miami Ballpark, the Marlin’s new home. Recently, two of Ring Power Crane’s service technicians had a rare opportunity to join the construction crews at the renowned jobsite.

Steel erection specialists L.P.R. Construction Co., whose project history includes Coors Field, Memphis Arena and Miami Heat Stadium, was contracted to work the steel. The Loveland, Colo.-based company was using a Manitowoc 18000 to install the retractable roof on the new baseball stadium when the crane’s radio-controlled load cell unit malfunctioned, and L.P.R. called Ring Power Crane in Pompano to assist.

Ring Power Crane technician, Raul Urena, reported to the stadium jobsite to troubleshoot the problem and took the load cell back to the facility for inspection and repair. At the time, the crane was also due for routine 1000-hour service, so Crane FS Tech II Mauricio Brizuela returned to the site with Urena two days later. The crane technicians spent the next two days installing the load cell, changing the oils and filters, and inspecting the engine, drives, hydraulics and hoist assemblies.

Miami Ballpark will be the sixth Major League Baseball stadium to have a retractable roof, and the Ring Power Crane service technicians are proud to have played an important part in its construction.

Ring Power Crane is a full-service crane dealer offering new and used cranes for purchase, lease or rent from America’s leading crane manufacturers—Grove Cranes, National Crane boom trucks, Manitowoc crawler cranes, Broderson, Manitex, Tadano, and now Badger and Little Giant—to contractors and crane businesses throughout the Southeastern U.S. Exporting cranes is handled through our International Sales Team in miami ballpakrk marlins stadiumMiami and serves customers in Latin America and the Caribbean. For more information about Ring Power Crane products and services, visit http://www.ringpowercrane.com.


 

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Pompano Branch Open House Was A Success

March 10, 2009 at 12:29 PMRing Power
Pompano Beach branch open house video walk-thru

Ring Power's Pompano Beach branch held an open house late last week to give customers a chance to tour the new facility and learn more about all the services Ring Power can provide. 150 people from 60 different companies visited the facility, spoke with Ring Power and manufacturers reps, and had lunch. Below is a video walk-thru in case you missed it:

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  Construction began on the new facility, located at 2700 North Powerline Road, April 2008. Ring Power combined its Pompano Beach Lift Trucks branch (formerly located on Blount Road) and Crane division branch office at the new site. The new facility is located on approximately 5 acres, and features a 52,449-ft2 facility that includes 13,807-ft2 of office space plus an 8,671-ft2 parts warehouse. The service shops includes six lift truck bays and nine crane bays. Constructing the new facility required the demolition of the old Ring Power Crane building.

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