Mobile telescopic cranes

Mobile telescopic cranes, also called hydraulic cranes, are widely applicable thanks to their undercarriage and telescopic boom. These cranes are ideal for short-term work, where transportation between work sites plays a major role. Once on site, the operator aligns the crane and lifting operations can begin. Thanks to the telescopic boom, impressive heights can be reached and heavy loads can be lifted.

Kraanbedrijf Nederhoff rents out a wide range of mobile telescopic cranes. Loads of hundreds of tons and lifting heights of up to 150 meters are no problem at all. But we also have the right crane for lighter work.

The table below lists the specifications of our mobile telescopic cranes. Curious about the possibilities? Contact us or request a quote right away!

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Mobile telescopic cranes for rent at Kraanbedrijf Nederhoff

At Kraanbedrijf Nederhoff, we understand that every job is unique and that crane capacity is a crucial factor. That’s why we offer mobile telescopic cranes in different capacities, so you can choose the one that perfectly suits your specific project requirements. We rent out cranes of the Liebherr and Tadano brands (including Faun and Demag). It is important to note that there are nuances between faucets of different brands or types but of the same capacity. These differences may vary in technical specifications, performance and safety features.

Therefore we list each brand and model of our cranes separately on this page. We have summarized the most important features by type on the product cards. More information can be found in the downloadable specifications.


Traditionally, capacity has been indicated in the maximum number of tons the respective mobile telescopic crane can lift at a short radius. Often this is a very short radius of 2.5 or 3.0 meters. In practice, however, lifting operations at this radius almost never occur. This is because a mobile telescopic crane needs space to be set up and often the load must be placed at a distance and/or height. Therefore, the stated capacity is more of a designation than an indication of actual usable capacity. To determine the capacity at more realistic, larger radii is summarized in tables in the specifications.

Boom length

Boom length refers to the length of the telescopic mast. Hence the name of this type of crane: the mobile telescopic crane. The fact that this type of crane can be deployed quickly is also due to this boom. Within a short time, the boom can telescope to impressive lengths. Types with the same capacity may have different boom lengths. Ultimately, the boom, along with any jib, determines the range (flight) and height the mobile telescopic crane can reach.


The jib is an extension of the boom that increases the flight and height that can be achieved. On much larger cranes, the jib can be angled, and on the largest cranes, the angle can be adjusted even while lifting. This is called a luffing jib. Our mobile telescopic cranes do not always carry a jib. Larger cranes even require the jib to be delivered separately. We are pleased to tell you more about the possibilities.

Support base

Before lifting operations can begin, a mobile telescopic crane will need to be stable. This will require the crane to be set up. The outriggers extend and push the crane up so that eventually the crane is completely free from the ground. This distance between the centers of the outriggers is therefore stated. To determine the area required to set up the crane, we must add the length of half of the outrigger plate as well as part of the outrigger pad to this distance. More information can also be found in the specifications.

Would you like some advice on which mobile telescopic crane you need for your project? Our experienced team is ready to advise you on choosing the right mobile telescopic crane for your project, taking into account your specific requirements and needs.

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