Propane mechanics body, cranes new from IMT

October 1, 2013 By    

Iowa Mold Tooling (IMT) launched an enhanced IMT Dominator propane mechanics body at the International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE) in Louisville, Ky. IMT also introduced design enhancements for its lineup of electric telescopic cranes.

According to IMT, the Dominator propane mechanics body package was redesigned to increase operator productivity. The Dominator features more tank hauling capacity and a new IMT 6000 telescopic crane. The unit is designed to transport and handle two 500-gallon tanks, one 1,000-gallon tank or up to 13 100-pound tanks.

The aluminum side panels and tailgate on the Dominator propane body were reduced from 12 inches to six, allowing the truck to fit a second 500-gallon tank or a 1,000-gallon tank. The body was previously designed to transport one 500-gallon tank or up to 13 100-pound cylinders.

IMT has also enhanced its lineup of electric telescopic cranes to offer customers increased productivity, reliability and operator comfort. Enhancements to the 2003i, 3203i, 4004i, 5005i and 6006i models include a single-sheave boom tip design with a reduced profile for added reach in tight quarters. In addition, a hydraulic power unit features a new polyethylene reservoir that reduces weight and the potential for system contamination.

Photo: Iowa Mold Tooling

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