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3330E 3 AND 4-SECTION BOOM WITH 8 (2.4 m) JIB 3330ELB 3 AND 4-SECTION BOOM WITH 10 (3.0 m) JIB
8.5 [on {7.7 mwic ton) main block. 100 lb (45.4 kg). 4, I ton (3.6 metric ton) ball md 8.5 ton (7.7 metric Ion) main block. 130 lb (58 kg). 4.1 [on (3.6 metric ton} b~ll L::

hook. 50 lb (22.7 kg). 8 Jib (Mowed on main boom) 100 lb (45.4 kg). hook. 50 lb (?2.7 kg). 10 Jib (stowed on mfiin boom) 170 lb (77.2 kgj.

1. The rated loads are the maximum lifting 6. Ratings on rubber depend on tire capacity, GENERAL INFORMATION
capacities as determined by operating radius condition of tires, and proper inflation pressure. Boom topping angle ..........................................
only. Any combination of boom lengths and Loads on rubber may be transported at Unit weight (approximate):
angles may be used to obtain operating radius. maximum speed of 2.5 mph (4 krnh) on a Stwrdurdboom .. ........... ........ .. 14.250lb (&l& i.;
The operating mdius is the horizontal distance smooth, hard. level surface, with boom Long boom,................................ 17.?80 lb (7S4)k:
from a projection of the axis of rotation to the retracted to shortest length possible wtd Outrigger pad size.,........................................ 7.4\ - S
supporting surface, before loading, to the centered over front. Pick and carry is not (18t3mmx 19S M=.
center of the vertical hoist line or tackle with allowed with loads on jib.
SERVICE CAPACITIES
load applied,
Fuel tank.................................................. 18,5 ml I i] L

7, For opetwirg radius not shown, use lofid mirgs Hydrwlic system..................................... 30 :~1 ( I ]: I_
2. The rated loads shown on full extended of the next larger radius. Hydraulic reservoir ............................... 23.5 yi I ~9 L
outriggers do not exceed 85%0 of actual tipping. Cooling system ............................................ 15qt ( 14 L
The rated loads shown on rubber do not exceed Transmission/
8. The maximum combined total boom and deck
torque con}ener . ... .. ... .. .. .. . ... . 4 gd {15.I L
757c of actual tipping. These ratings are based load is [2.000 lb (5440 kg). For deck loads
D[fferenrkrl
on freely suspended loads with the machine only, the maximum toad is 14,000 lb (6350 kg)
Hunh ......................................................... 9 q[ I \ 5 L
leveled, standing on a firm. uniform supporting with IO x 15 tires.
surface. Practical working loads depend on WINCHES
supporting surface operating radius. and other 9. Cable capacity with 7/16 ( 1 I mm) diameter Main winch:
factors affecting stability. Hazardous Drum diameter,..,.............................. 9.69 (246 MC
6 x 9 galvanized EIPS-IWRC is 5.000 lb
surroundings. experience of personnel and Wire rope diameter............................. 7/16 ( I 1 MT.
(2268 kg) per part of line.
proper handling must all be taken into account Wire rope length:
by the operator. S[andard boom................................... 150~45 - ::;
10. No extemd side load is to be inducwl on boom. Long boom .. .. . .. . .. . . .. 20-4(62 ~ r.
Line speed . . ..... . .. . . . . 118 (pm (56 ]ni~)~.

3. Rated loads shown in the shaded areas are 11. Operation of this equipment in excess of mtirr.g f-in~ PUII. . . .. 4.6(N lb 1~0~- ~;
based on structural strength and/or strength of charts and disregard of instructions is
moterial and not on Ihe stabili[y of the machine. Recessed winch (op[ional):
dangerous and voids wmranty.
Drum........................... ?.5 diame[er \ 9.0Ion:
4. The weigh[s of all load handling devices such 12. Operate jib on outriggers only. (64mmx2?9m
us hooks. hook blocks. slings, etc.. excep[ Wire rope diameter..,.,..................... 1/4(6 ;,
Wire rope length,,..,...................... IOV(?.54 PII
the hoist rope, shall be considered m part of 13. Operate personnel platform on outriggers only. Line sp&f/pujl . ... .. . .. . .. 9 (pm (2.7 rmmt: -
[hc load.
@40001b(l
S14JL;
14. With boom attachments such as jib or work 15 fpm (-L6mlminl @ n,, 1,).:
5. Ratings on outriggers are based with all platform. boom must be fully retructcd and Drom clutch relemc (or m;lnu:ilpull,~:.
ou[rigger~ fully extended and fully down. forward unless on oumiggers.
RATED LOAD CAPACITIES
Operating 3-Section Boom or 4-Seclion Boom 4-Seclion Boom Extended Pick & Carry Boom Centered
Radius WiIh 4th Refracted Over Front 3-Section Boom

(11.Om) (680 ka} (90 kq) [640 kg) (680 k(r) (360 ko)
38 1,400 lb
(11.6 m) (635 kg)
40 1.300 lb
(12.2 m) (590 kc)
42 . l,1501b
(12.8 m) (520 ko)
44 1.050 lb
(13.4 m) (480 ka)
46 Shaded area is structural strength. 930 lb
(14.0 m) Do not rely on tipping. (420 kg)
3330E & 333CELB SPECIFICATKXW
STANDARD EQUIPMENT CYLINDERS TRANSMISSION
3330 E3-section boom 6 4 ( 1.93 m) to 1S.5 CYCLE TIME Make..., ............................... lTL PS 720 Poutr+if
(5.5$m) Type . .. .. .. ....... . -1-speedforwml/4-,pefd rm e,
Qm-!Im 2200 mm
3330ELB3-sec[ ion boom, 94 (2.84 m) to 272 wi[h c!ec[ric powershifr on colum * .
Hoist cylinder (full stroke):
(8.28 m)
Extend 4?.7 sec 12.6 SC?C
* All load carrying cylinders include load hold DRIVE AXLE
Retract 33,6 sec 9.9 sec
checfi valves hike .......................................................................... Hur-:
8.5 ton (7.7 me[ric [on) double sheave hook block. Location . ....... .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. . ....... .. . . From oifdu(::
8.25 (210 mm) pitch diameter sheaves Crowd cylinder (full stroke):
3330E
42 f[z (3.90 m2) cwrydeck DRIVE/STEER AXLE (OPTIONAL)
Ex[utd 7] ,2 se~ 20,9 set
All steel cab structure less glass Make .......................................................................... Hur:,
(top s~fety plate smiard) Re[roct 29.0 sec 8,5 wc
Location .................................................... Fron[ d ithk::
* Adjustable oper~tors seat with seat bel[ 3330ELB
Extend 106.9 sec 3 I.4 sec
Electric horn STEERING AXLE (NON-DRIVE)
0 Lightshead. tail. rear work. stop and [urn signals Retract 43.5 sec 12.8 sec
Make ................................................................... Shurrl:h:
* Engine how-meter Location .. . . Rem ct ~enic:?
. Outriggers-hydraulic telescoping boxfront and Outriggers:
rem with independent control for each side out 9.2 sec 2.7 sec TIRE SIZE
. 4-speed power shift [transmission Down 16.4 sec 4.8 S13C 10.OU x 15 I-IPR pneuma[ic (\tandard I
* Power steeringhydraulic up 12,3 sec 3.6 WC
IOX 15 tires In 5.1 sec I.5 sec

TURNING SPECIFICATIONS
Boom angle indica[or
Turning radius:
7/[6 ( I 1 mm) diameter 6 x 19 galvanized EIPS-IWRC DRAWBAR PULL 2.wheel steer ............................................ i~s ~~.~- r.
wire rope Unit equipped with 10x 15 [ires. diesel engine and no -!-wheel steer ............................................ 10? (3. 10 r.
Double blocking tiutomatic boom extend kickout load on deck.
B~ckup alurm Ist gear................................................ 10.850 lb (4922 l+)
TRAVEL SPEEDS

o Cummim -lb3.9 diesel engine ?nd gear ................................................ 5.925 lb (2688 kg)
(Forward and reverse standord [ires I
Hurrh axle wi[h no-spin differential 3rd gear ................................................. 3.175 lb (I-HO kg)
2-Wheel Steering:
(2-wheel s[eer) .$[h gear ....................................................l.8~ lb (816 k+)
1s[gew .................................................. 4.0 mph (6 J k:-.
Wirrch+m[i (WOblock kickout No[e: Wheels will spin before reaching these values. 2nd ~em .............................................. 7. I mph I I l.; LII
3rd gear ............................................. [2.7 mph 120.-IL;:
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT ENGINE 4th ~ear_._.........,......,....,.,.....,.,,,., 22,6 mph (36 -
3330 E----l-section manwdly engaged boom Make and model ............................ Cummins 4b3.9 diesel -.
64 ( 1.93 m) 10?48 (7.52 m)
3330 EL B4-section manually engaged boom
Number of cylinders .........................................................4 MAXIMUM GRADEABILHY

Horsepotver ............................................... 71 @ 2?00 rpm e


(PAVED SURFACE)
94 (?.84 m)to368(11.17 m)
Ist gear and torque converted (calcul~[ed ). .[andard [ire.
Enclosed cob (wirh windshield wiper)
Optional No load ... .. .. .... .. .. .. . .. . .. . . . . . .. ... 6~-,
* Adjus[fible operator cushion seat with seat belt
Make and model .,........,,.,.......,..,..,,.,.. Con[inemal TM 2.7 12.0001b(5-U3 kg) load.,,., ........................................ ~Y--
.Lwhee l/crab swer Hurth drive/steer axle wi[h
Fuel ... .... ....... ..... ..... . .. ........ Gas or dual fuel (Ga.VLP) Note: Gradeability is a measure of [rat[l~ t etYort OC1!
no+pin differential
Horsepotver........................................ Gas 68 @ 2650 rpm and does no[ represcm gr~des on N hlch [hc m~chine
Continental TIM 2.7 gas/LP engine
LP 60 @ 2650 rpm can openrle,

ACCESSORIES & ATTACHMENTS


ELECTRICAL NOTE: All specifications are mted in acmrcimce u II:
Cold-start kit
S1aning........................................................ 12 volt elecwic PCSA definitions. SAE ~tand~rds or rmonmmndd
LMI indicator svstem
Batte~ ( 1) ............................... 530 CCA @ 0 F(-18 C) practices. \vhere fipplicable,
Flashing strobe iight
Rear hitch for 30 sec. rale
Front hitch (2 batteries with recessedu inch or cold-start option) IMPORTANT: Shuttlelift reserves the ngh[
QJib-+ (?,%l m) or 10 (3.05 m) Alternator ................................................................ 63 amp [o change these specifications tvithou[ no[lcc
Electric recessed }vinch and without incurring any obligation relatin~ to
.4. I ton (3.6 metric ton) hook and bail such changes.
Heater and defroster (hoi water)
Spare wheel and tirefront and rear
o Engine shut-down gauges

3330 Eheavy lift coun[er~veight kit


2 mm work platform
High r~il auachnlerrt

HYDRAULIC
SYSTEM
Main pump: Tanrfem gear-type ~vi[h two sections find
I1OWdivider
.%c[ion 1......................................... 30 gpm ( 113,6 L/rein)
%c[ion 2 . ... ..... .... .. ..... ....... ......... 21 gpm (79.5 f-lmin)

Swing system: 360 hycfrmiic swing symm has posi(!ve


opem[or con[ro[. SW in: spcecl: cominuous LU 2.(J5 rpm.

Printed Ifl USA


SHUTTLELIFT, INC., 49 E. Yew St., P.O. Box 66, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 USA
Form No 0294
01995 SHUTTLELIFT, INC STURGEON BAY, WI Ph: 414-743-8650* FAX: 414-743-1522* TELEX: LIFTS STGB 260056

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FACTORS THAT DETERMINE SAFE WORKING LOADS

8- 1. The save working loads of a crane are the maximum


loads under specified conditions for which a crane may
be used.
5. The stability of a crane is the ability of a crane to resist
tipping.
6. The strength of a crane is the ability of the main
2. Safe working loads, as specified on crane structural and mechanical components to resist failure
manufacturers and government statute approved under load.
rating charts, are based on uniform world standards of
7. In general terms, on most cranes the lifting capacity is
crane design and take into account appropriate factors
limited by structural strength when the working radius
of safety based on crane design technology, extensive is small and by
testing and experience. stability when
3. Rating charts show vital information that effect the safe the working
wocking load capacities of each particular crane and radius is large.
these differ between makes, models and types. The
8. The diagram
operator must know a particular crane% capacity under illustrates the
all conditions and configurations. changing
4. Load charts capacities are based on ideal conditions distances
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seldom achieved under actual working conditions. It is o.i. r!. d ..0, ,
between the
extremely important not only to know how to determine center of gravity
the capacity from the chart but also to recognize the and the fulcrum point as a crane is stewed from over
factors which can reduce the capacity. the rear to over the side.
5. Crane manufacturers safe working loads are based on 9. The weight of the boom and rigging projecting beyond
cranes in good condition and apply only to machines the fulcrum point reduce the stability of the crane.
which are standing or installed on a LEVEL, FIRM and
10. On truck cranes, capacities over the rear are generally
UNIFORM supporting surface. Safe working loads greater due to the front of a carrier acting as additional
apply only to freely suspended loads. Weights of
munterweight.
hooks, hook blocks, slings and all other handling
0 devices must be considered as part of the load. 11. To lift a load at a given radius there must be some
weight to counter balance the load being lifted. A
6. Safe working loads are for cranes with the correct crane uses its own weight plus counterweight to give
counterweight fit as specified by the manufacturer. stability to the machine.
7. The approved rating plate or chart in the crane cab 12. On mobile cranes outriggers provide additional stability
tells the operator what the crane can do and also what and reduce the amount of counterweight required. The
the crane cannot do. weight of structural and mechanical parts acting
behind the fulcrum point also act as coutnefweight.
The fulcrum point of a crane with outriggers is the
CRANE CAPACITY nearest outrigger or outriggers to the load. On crawler
1. A full understanding of and complete compliance with cranes or mobile cranes operating free on wheels, it is
approved rating plates and charts and knowledge of the,crawler tracks or tires nearest the load.
the basic principles of how a crane is rated are essen- 13. The ability of a crane to lift a given load and retain
tial requirements for crane operators and users. stability is dependent on the amount of weight reacting
2. The maximum rated capacity (the maximum weight a at the center of gravity point of the crane and the
crane can safely lift) is figured at the minimum radius distance from the center of gravity to the fulcrum point.
with tPe minimum length of boom. From there on no 14. For a crane to remain stable the distance from the
two crane lifting charts are the same. center of gravity to the fulcrum point multiplied by the
3. Cranes differ. Some cranes are superior lifters in weight of the crane must be greater than the distance
close with short booms, and others prove best at from the fulcrum point to the center of the load multi-
greater reaches because of better stability, light weight plied by the weight of the load.
booms, or a different crane geometry. 15. NOTE: The stability factor often changes dramatically
4. A cranes rated lifting capacities are dependent on as a crane is slewed due to the changing distance
A three main factors: between the center of gravity point and the fulcrum
a point.
J2%ar??
la a.
b.
c.
The weight of the crane
The strength of the crane
The stability of the crane
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16. Structural strength factors are also affected because of relate to the manufacturers design capacity of the
greater leverage on outrigger beams, etc. These are crane. The percentage margin between the safe
the reasons why many crane manufacturers show working load and the ultimate load is a safety
different operating area capacities on rating charts: margin to aHow for the various forces which effect
over the rear, over the side or 360 degree. on the crane in operation. These include allow-
ances for wind loading and for dynamic forces set
up by normal operational movement of the crane
and load.

L NOTE: Always use the load chart to determine


capacity. Never use signs of tipping to determine
capacity limits as there is no warning of an im-
pending structural failure.

w 2. Load Capacity Charts


RATED LIFTING CAPACITIES IN POUNOS a. Load charts
RATING AND CAPACIN CHARTS 0.0 U7R4GGER5 l,, . IX TE. D[DC CR SIOE & RE. R
contain a large
~-. .- .--
. ..-..+ ----
1. Strength and Stability Factors w amount of
@===+= T=~5,
. . . ,,., . !!l, ... ,!, ~
!,, -,,.,,-,.,,-.,.,,,,,,,,
,.. ,,, ,., .,
., ,. -.-, ... information
a. Stability means the ability of a crane to resist
which must be
tipping.
thoroughly
b. Manufacturers rated capacities and load charts on understood by
most cranes are limited by both strength and the operator.
stability factors.
b. With a known
c. Capacities limited by structural strength are based load the
on the yield strength of components with a safety operator can
factor.
..- ,,, ,

d. The rating charts on most cranes have a bold line . .2-


.. . . . . . . . ...

(or shaded area) dividing the chart into two and boom
segments. This shows the operator which capaci- ..:-.- .. --- -----..----------- .... .... ..
..<!. . . . . .
length to
.-. ...--- ...-....-..-... .. ----... .. .....----
.,,.... ... ......
ties are limited by structural strength and which , ..-.
-. .... .........-.....--....
---- . .----- .. ..... .... ...........-
...... .... ... enable the load
.! -.
-----.-.-.---------
,.. -----...-- .......-....-
....--- - ....
.-_ ..-,.
... . --- ..
... ... ....
. .- .. ............
. .--- . ..... ... .... .....-------.. .----- to be lifted
are limited by stability. ..-.------.-
-. .... . . .. ....... ....
----... .......
......
.... ... . .......
. .......
.. ,-.. ..._-.
. ...........
.......-,,,.....
.... .-....-
------- .....-=....
... .. . ........
------.. ..........
.......... .......
. .... safely to the
e. Ratings above the line are based on structural ..-...-
.....
. . .. ..-.-.
.-
,,.,........
... .. .. ... ..,,+.
. ...... ...
.-------
... .. ....----....
.. . ....-----
,...-......-....... _ .. ,..,.-
.. -._,
..
.....
....... .. . ,._--,. ,. .--- ..,...... desired
strength and the ratings below the line are based . ..-,
. . ...
-...
.-
... ..... ---
,.,---- -- . ............. ........ . .. .. ....---...
.......!..4 position.
on machine stability.
c. Capacity charts show the operator what the
f. It is extremely important to know the difference machine can safely handle. Exact weight, boom
between strength and stability. If a crane is length and radii should be checked and verified
overloaded in one case a structural or mechanical with the capacity chart before lifting a load.
component of the crane will fail and in the other
d. They specify the safe working loads for various
case the crane will overturn. Safe working loads
boom and jib angles.
shown in the stability area of the rating charts are [, G., ,rm,o ,0. m.o .. OL!. G ,( W, C{,

based on a percentage of the ultimate load which e. They state which


ml- ~
will cause tipping. lifting areas the
capacities apply to:
9. The manufacturer loads the crane and determines
over the side; over
for every situation listed in the load chart how
the rear, over the Dz5%l -:?---
-..
much weight it takes to make the crane tip. These
front or 360 degree.
loads are called the tipping loads.
f. They indicate which
h. To maintain amargin of safety, tipping loads are 2oft. JIB
capacities are limited 29 K-92 ft. e.aom
then reduced by a percentage set by national ,.
1,
by stability and ~.O#Lwt
0.7:,, I j,;:l,
standards to develop the rated loads listed in the
load chart of the machine for every situation.
Charts are marked accordingly with the percent-
which are limited by
structural strength.
,, ::::
;:
FF,0
:,;:: ] :%: I
,% ,,,0, ,,,,,
2.2s0 I ,
I 1:>30
1,,,0
.,s
:

L1--J@
age that applies to each particular crane. 9. The operator must :: *,,,, ,,,,
40 j,, ,, , $00

be guided by the >> 2,00, ,..

i. The ultimate load will be the tipping load for H !.,,0 ,,,
1,7,0 ,0.

ratings on the chart


certain cranes but for others a structural failure Come% Grov. W,.. UI.C!.,,.Q cc
and understand the
would occur before the crane reached a tipping
conditions which effect the capacity.
condition. In these cases the ultimate load will

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h. A jib capacity chart and notes are also included as
part of the load chart to list the capacities for the
degree of offset and boom angle.
i. An important portion of the load chart is the
* section concerning notes to Iifling capacities. Be
sure to read all notes carefully do that you under-
stand what each one means.

OTHER INFORMATION ON PLATES AND


CHARTS
1. Typical details included on many rating plates.
a. Deductions from main boom ratings with jib fitted
b. Correct jib offset angles
c. Minimum permissible boom angles
d. Weight of hook blocks

e. Free on wheels ratings


f. Pick and Carry ratings

9. Correct boom telescoping procedure


h. Correct rope reeving
i. Permissible line loads

j. Load telescoping limitations


k. Tire inflation pressures and on rubber rating speed
limitations.
1. THE OPERATOR must be aware of all special condi-
tions on the rating charts for each particular crane.

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