Manitowoc 8500-1
Product Guide
ASME B30.5
Metric / Imperial
Features
• 80,0 t (85 USt) capacity
• 61 m (200 ft) heavy-lift boom
• Max boom + jib combination:
54,9 m (180 ft) + 18,3 m (60 ft)
• 213 kW (285 HP) engine
• 160 m/min (525 fpm) maximum line speed
• 75,6 kN (17,000 lb) rated line pull
Features
Energy saving systems
Green-Engine mode conserves fuel during full speed drum
operation under load, at a lower engine RPM. Other available
options include Green-Winch Mode and Auto Idling Stop Mode.
Self-erecting counterweight
Eliminates the need for an assist crane, and also
allows for reduced counterweight chart operation.
Retractable crawlers
Crawlers can be extended and retracted for better jobsite
maneuverability. On some models, these crawlers can also ship
attached for easier transport and quicker setup.
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Contents
Specifications 4
Outline dimensions 7
Winch performance data 12
Load chart notes 13
Boom combinations 14
Heavy-lift boom range / charts 16
Fixed jib boom range / load charts 18
Clamshell 21
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Specifications
Upperworks
Engine
Load hoist, boom hoist and propel. . 2 Piston pumps
Swing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Piston pump
Control system and auxiliary. . . . . . . . 2 Gear pumps
Brake cooling system. . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Gear pumps
Reservoir capacity . . . . . . . 440 liter (116 US gallon)
HINO J08E-UV, 6 cylinder, water-cooled diesel,
direct fuel injection with turbocharger, 213 kW (285
HP) at 2100 high-idle RPM. Maximum torque 1017
N•m (750 lb•ft) net at 1,600 rpm; Interim Tier 4/
Stage IIIB (Required for sale in the US/Canada/
Europe; requires "Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel")
HINO J08E-VM, 6 cylinder, water-cooled diesel,
direct fuel injection with turbocharger, 213 kW (285
HP) at 2100 high-idle RPM. Maximum torque 1017
N•m (750 lb•ft) net at 1,600 rpm; Tier 3 (Required
for sale outside the US/Canada/Europe)
One diesel fuel tank, 400 liters (105 gallons) capacity.
Two 12 volt 136 AH capacity batteries, 24 volt system
and 90 amp alternator.
All wiring harnesses and connectors are numbered for
easier servicing. Machine is equipped with individual
fused branch circuits.
Controls
Full-flow hydraulic control system for constant variable
pressure to front and rear drums, boom hoist brakes
and clutches. Controls respond instantly to the touch,
delivering smooth function operation.
Relief valve pressures:
Load hoist, boom hoist and
propel system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31.9 MPa (4,630 psi)
Swing system. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27.5 MPa (3,989 psi)
Control system. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.4 MPa (783 psi)
Cooling: Oil-to-air heat exchanger (plate-fin type).
Filtration: Full-flow and bypass type with replaceable
paper element.
Drums
Front and rear drums for load hoist powered by
variable displacement piston-type motors, driven
through planetary reducers. Powered hoisting/
lowering and free-fall operation is standard. Drum turn
indicators for front and rear drums are also standard.
Brakes: spring set, hydraulically-released, multiple-disk
holding brake is mounted on the hoist motor and is
operated through a counter-balance valve. An external
ratchet is fitted for locking the drums.
Drums: (front and rear) 545 mm (21.5") P.C.D. x
550 mm (21.7") wide drums, grooved for 22.0 mm
wire rope.
Wire rope capacity:
Front drum . . . . . . . . . 265 m (869 ft) working length
Rear drum. . . . . . . . . . 205 m (673 ft) working length
Line speed: Single line on the first drum layer
Hoisting:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120m/min (390 ft/min)
Lowering. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120m/min (390 ft/min)
Optional third drum: free-fall is optional; drum
grooved for 22 mm wire rope.
Wire rope working length . . . . . . . . . . . . 145m (476')
Swing system
Hydraulic system
All three variable displacement piston-type pumps
are driven by a heavy-duty pump drive. One of these
pumps is used in the right propel circuit and boom
hoist circuit, and can accommodate an optional third
circuit. Another is used in the left propel circuit and
hook hoist circuit. The third variable displacement
pump is used in the swing circuit. In addition, two
gear pumps are used in the control system and auxiliary
equipment, and two gear pumps serve the brake cooling
system.
Maximum pressure rating. . . . . 31.9 MPa (4,630 psi)
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Swing unit: Powered by a hydraulic piston-type motor
driving spur gears through planetary reducers, the
swing system provides 360° rotation.
Swing brake: A spring-set, hydraulically released
multiple-disc brake is mounted on swing motor.
Swing lock: 4-Position lock for transportation.
Rotating bed turntable: Single-row ball bearing with
an integral internally cut swing gear.
Swing speed: 4.0 rpm
Specifications
Crawlers
Boom support system
Single drum powered by a hydraulic axial piston motor
through a planetary reducer.
Brake: A spring-set, hydraulically released multipledisc brake is mounted on the boom hoist motor. An
external ratchet is fitted for locking the drum.
Drum: Single drum, grooved for 16 mm diameter wire
rope. Boom hoist reeving is 12-part line.
Wire Rope Capacity:
Drum 150 m (492 ft) working length.
Line speed:
Hoisting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70m/min (230 ft/min)
Lowering. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70m/min (230 ft/min)
Gantry
Crawler assemblies can be hydraulically extended for
wide-track operation. Crawler belt tension adjusted
with hydraulic jack and maintained by shims between
idler block and frame.
The independent hydraulic propel drive is built into
each crawler side frame. Each drive consists of a
hydraulic motor driving a propel sprocket through a
planetary gearbox. The hydraulic motor and gearbox
are built into the crawler side frame within the shoe
width. The track rollers are sealed for maintenance-free
operation.
Crawler shoes
914 mm (36") wide crawler.
Travel speed
(High/Low) 1.73/1.2 km/h (1.07/0.71 mph)
This high folding type gantry is fitted with a sheave
frame for boom hoist reeving. Hydraulic lift is
standard. It provides full up, full down positions.
Attachments
Boom
Counterweight
Upper weight (5 pieces): 26,120 kg (57,584 lb)
Carbody weight (2 pieces): 6,500 kg (14,330 lb)
Operator’s cab
Totally enclosed, full vision cab fitted with tinted
safety glass and opening front window. A fully
adjustable, highbacked seat with arm rests. Short
handle control levers; electronic twist grip hand
throttle. An air conditioner, a signal horn and
windshield wiper are standard.
Welded lattice construction using tubular, high-tensile
steel chords with pin connections between sections.
Two idler sheaves and four point sheaves are standard.
Basic boom length 12,2 m (40') consists of the boom butt
section 5,8 m (19') and boom top section 6,39 m (21').
Optional boom inserts are available to provide
extension capabilities. They also have welded lattice
construction with tubular, high-tension steel chords
and pin connections on each one of the 3,0 m (10'),
6,1 m (20'), 12,2 m (40') inserts.
Maximum total length of boom 61,0 m (200').
Lights:
2 - Front flood lights
1 - Cab inside light
Safety device
New easy to read at a glance LMI and maintenance
display.
Lowerworks
Carbody
The durable carbody features steel welded construction
with extendible axles.
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Fixed jib
The optional fixed jib employs welded lattice
construction with tubular, high-tensile steel chords
with pin connections between sections.
Basic jib length 9,14 m (30') consists of jib butt
section 4,57 m (15') and jib top section 4,57 (15').
Optional jib boom inserts of 3,0 m (10'), 6,1 m (20')
are available for extension capabilities up to 18 m (60').
Maximum total length of boom and jib 54,9 m (180')
+ 18 m (60') is 73,1 m (240').
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Specifications
Tools and accessories
A set of tools and accessories are furnished.
Optional Equipment
Optional: blocks and hooks each with roller
bearing sheaves grooved for 22 mm diameter wire rope,
and roller bearing swivel with hook latch.
7,7 t ball hook, 160 kg, wedge socket for 22 mm wire rope. (12 USt ball hook, 722 lb wedge socket for 22 mm wire rope.)
19 t hook block, 400 kg with one 500 mm Nominal O.D. roller bearing sheave.
32 t hook block, 500 kg with two 500 mm Nominal O.D. roller bearing sheaves.
60 USt hook block, 2,486 lb, with four 24” Nominal O.D. roller bearing sheaves.
80 t hook block, 800 kg, with five 500 mm Nominal O.D. roller bearing sheaves.
(90 USt hook block, 2,892 lb with five 24” Nominal O.D. roller bearing sheaves.).
Optional: Detachable upper boom point with one
561 mm Nominal O. D. roller bearing steel sheave
grooved for 22 mm rope for liftcrane.
Working weight
Approximately 75,100 kg (165,600 lb) including
upperworks and lowerworks, full upper
counterweights, full carbody counterweights and 12,2
m (40’) basic boom.
Ground pressure
Approximately 74,2 kPa (10.8 psi) with basic boom.
Gradebility
With basic boom: 40%.
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Outline dimensions
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Outline dimensions
Upperworks
Length Width
Height
Weight
H
L
12,09 m
3,61 m
3,30 m
41 580 kg
Note: Weight includes base machine, crawler, gantry,
maximum hoist and whip lines on drums, boom butt,
full hydraulic fluid reservoir, and one third tank of fuel.
Upperworks
Length
Width
Height
Weight
H
L
8,21 m
3,61 m
3,30 m
39 660 kg
Length
Width
Height
Weight
H
L
12,09 m
2,99 m
2,91 m
26 330 kg
L
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Length
Width
Height
Weight
7,70 m
2,99 m
2,94 m
24 380 kg
x1
25' 3"
9' 10"
9' 8"
53,748 lb
Note: Weight includes base machine, gantry, maximum
hoist and whip lines on drums, full hydraulic fluid
reservoir, and one third tank of fuel.
Crawlers
H
x1
39' 8"
9' 10"
9' 7"
57,981 lb
Note: Weight includes base machine, gantry, maximum
hoist and whip lines on drums, boom butt, full hydraulic
fluid reservoir, and one third tank of fuel.
Upperworks without crawlers
L
x1
27' 0"
11' 10"
10' 10"
87,434 lb
Note: Weight includes base machine, crawler, gantry,
maximum hoist and whip lines on drums, full hydraulic
fluid reservoir, and one third tank of fuel.
Upperworks without crawlers
H
x1
39' 8"
11' 10"
10' 10"
91,677 lb
Length
Width
Height
Weight
Option
6,28 m
0,91 m
0,98 m
7 640 kg
x2
20' 7"
3' 0"
3' 3"
16,843 lb
Outline dimensions
Upper counterweight W
Length
Width
Height
Weight
H
4,43 m 0,99 m
0,83 m
9 320 kg
x1
14' 6"
3' 3"
2' 9"
20,550 lb
L
Upper counterweight (R)
H
L
Length
Width
Height
Weight
W
H
L
Upper counterweight (L)
Length
Width
Height
Weight
W
H
W
1,45 m 0,95 m
0,88 m
4 200 kg
Carbody counterweight
L
L
1,45 m 0,95 m
0,88 m
4 200 kg
Length
Width
Height
Weight
1,58 m 1,69 m
0,59 m
3 250 kg
x2
4' 9"
3' 1"
2' 11"
9,260 lb
x2
5' 2"
5' 7"
1' 11"
7,165 lb
H
Self removal unit
W
Length
Width
Height
Weight
Option
Manitowoc 8500-1
x2
4' 9"
3' 1"
2' 11"
9,260 lb
1,59 m 1,90 m
0,88 m
860 kg
x1
5' 3"
6' 3"
2' 11"
1,896 lb
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Outline dimensions
Boom butt 5,8 m (19')
Length
Width
Height
Weight
H
L
5,97 m 1,42 m
1,69 m
1 055 kg
Boom top 6,4 m (21')
Length
Width
Height
Weight
H
L
6,90 m
1,38 m
1,48 m
1 010 kg
Boom insert 3,0 m (10')
Length
Width
Height
Weight
H
L
3,16 m 1,36 m
1,31 m
270 kg
Boom insert 6,10 m (20')
Length
Width
Height
Weight
H
L
L
L
10
x 1,2
10' 4"
4' 6"
4' 4"
590 lb
x 1,2
20' 5"
4' 6"
4' 4"
1,025 lb
Boom insert 12,2 m (40')
x 1,2,3
12,31 m
1,36 m
1,31 m
860 kg
40' 5"
4' 6"
4' 4"
1,896 lb
Note: Use one "A" type insert with lug required for any
boom combinations that require a 12,2 m (40 ') insert.
Fixed jib butt
H
x1
22' 8"
4' 6"
4' 10"
2,227 lb
6,21 m 1,36 m
1,31 m
465 kg
Length
Width
Height
Weight
H
x1
19' 7"
4' 8"
5' 7"
2,326 lb
Length
Width
Height
Weight
Option
4,81 m 0,80 m
0,80 m
200 kg
x1
15' 9"
2' 8"
2' 8"
440 lb
Outline dimensions
Fixed jib top
Length
Width
Height
Weight
H
L
4,91 m
0,79 m
0,80 m
220 kg
Fixed jib insert 3,0 (10')
Length
Width
Height
Weight
H
L
3,11 m 0,80 m
0,80 m
95 kg
Fixed jib insert 6,1 m (20')
H
L
Length
Width
Height
Weight
6,16 m 0,80 m
0,80 m
175 kg
Fixed jib strut
H
L
Length
Width
Height
Weight
Option
Manitowoc 8500-1
3,62 m
0,84 m
0,50 m
207 kg
x1
16' 1"
2' 7"
2' 8"
485 lb
x1
10' 2"
2' 8"
2' 8"
210 lb
x1
20' 3"
2' 8"
2' 8"
390 lb
x1
11' 11"
2' 9"
1' 8"
456 lb
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Winch performance data
Line pull
Rated line pull
kg (lb)
*Maximum line pull
Front drum
7 700
(17,000)
15,600
(34,400)
Rear drum
7 700
(17,000)
15,600
(34,400)
Optional 3rd drum
7 700
(17,000)
15,600
(34,400)
kg (lb)
* Maximum line pull is not based on wire rope strength.
Wire rope specifications
Working
length
m (ft)
Breaking
strength
kg (lb)
22,0
265
(869)
37 015
(81,570)
IWRC C/O
6 X Fi (29)
22,0
205
(672)
37 015
(81,570)
Boom hoist
drum
IWRC C/O
6 X Fi (31)
22,0
150
(492)
21 400
(47,210)
Optional
3rd drum
IWRC C/O
6 X Fi (29)
22,0
145
(476)
37 015
(81,570)
Use
Specs
Diameter
mm (in)
Front
drum
IWRC C/O
6 X Fi (29)
Rear
drum
Front and rear winch
Line speed
m/min (ft/min)
1
2
3
4
5
6
0
(0)
120
(394)
128
(420)
136
(446)
144
(495)
152
(499)
160
(525)
2 268
(5,000)
120
(394)
128
(420)
136
(466)
144
(495)
152
(499)
160
(525)
4 536
(10,000)
108
(353)
108
(353)
108
(353)
108
(353)
108
(353)
108
(353)
6 804
(15,000)
72
(235)
72
(235)
72
(235)
72
(235)
72
(235)
72
(235)
7 711
(17,000)
63
(208)
63
(208)
63
(208)
63
(208)
63
(208)
63
(208)
9 072
(20,000)
54
(176)
54
(176)
54
(176)
54
(176)
55
(179)
56
(182)
11 340
(25,000)
43
(141)
44
(146)
45
(148)
45
(149)
45
(149)
–
–
13 608
(30,000)
38
(123)
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Layer
Rated line pull
Single line pull
kg (lb)
NOTE: Line speeds and line pull based on single line.
Line pulls are not based on wire rope strength.
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Load chart notes
1. Rated loads included in the charts are the
maximum allowable freely suspended loads at a
given boom length, boom angle and load radius,
and have been determined for the machine
standing level on firm supporting surface under
ideal operating conditions.The user must limit or
de-rate rated loads to allow for adverse conditions
(such as soft or uneven ground, out-of-level
conditions, wind side loads, pendulum action,
jerking or sudden stopping of loads, inexperience
of personnel, multiple machine lifts, and traveling
with a load).
2. Capacities do not exceed 75% of minimum
tipping loads. Capacities based on factors
other than machine stability such as structural
competence are shown by asterisk * in the charts.
3. The machine must be reeved and set-up as stated
in the operation manual and all the instruction
manuals. If these manuals are missing, obtain
replacements. Boom backstops are required for
all boom lengths. Gantry must be in the fully
raised position for all operations. Crawlers must
be fully extended and be locked in position. The
crane must be leveled to within 1% on a firm
supporting surface.
4. Do not attempt to lift where no radius or load is
listed as crane may tip or collapse.
5. Attempting to lift more than rated loads may
cause machine to tip or collapse. Do not tip
machine to determine capacity.
6. Weight of hooks, hook blocks, slings and other
lifting devices are a part of the total load. Their
total weight must be subtracted from the rated
load to obtain the weight that can be lifted.
7. When lifting over boom point with jib or upper
boom point installed, rated loads for the boom
must be deduted as shown below.
Jib length m
(ft)
Deduct kg
(lb)
Upper boom
point
9,1
(30)
12,2
(40)
15,2
(50)
18,3
(60)
200
(320)
1 100
(2,400)
1 500
(3,200)
2 000
(4,200)
2 400
(5,200)
11. An upper boom point cannot be used on a 61 m
(200 ft) boom length.
12. The boom should be erected over the front of
the crawlers, not laterally. When erecting and
lowering the boom with a length of 54,9 m (180
ft) with jib, blocking must be placed at the end of
the crawlers. See operator's manual for details.
13. Least stable position is over the side.
14. Maximum hoist load for number of reeving parts
of line for hoist rope.
Maximum load for main boom
No. of parts of line
1
2
3
4
5
Maximum loads kg
(lb)
7 700
(17,000)
15 400
(34,000)
23 100
(51,000)
30 800
(64,000)
38 500
(85,000)
No. of parts of line
Maximum loads kg
(lb)
6
7
8
9
10
46 200
(102,000)
53 900
(119,000)
61 600
(136,000)
69 400
(153,000)
80 000
(170,000)
Maximum load for fixed jib
No. of parts of line
Maximum loads kg
(lb)
1
2
7 700
(17,000)
10 800
(24,000)
Maximum load for upper
boom point
No. of parts of line
Maximum loads kg
(lb)
1
7 700
(17,000)
15. Lifting capacities listed apply only to the machine
as originally manufactured for and supplied by
Manitowoc Cranes, Inc. Modifications to this
machine or use of equipment other than that
specified can reduce operating capacity.
16. Designed and rated to comply with ASME Code
B30.5.
Operation of this equipment in excess of rated loads or disregard of
instruction voids the warranty.
8. The total load that can be lifted by the jib is
limited by rated jib loads.
9. Boom lengths for jib mounting are 24,4 m (80 ft)
to 54,9 m (180 ft).
10. The total load that can be lifted by the upper
boom point is: the rated load for the boom
(without upper boom point installed) minus 200
kg (320 lb); however, the upper boom point rated
load should not exceed 7 700 kg (17,000 lb).
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Boom combinations
No. 8500-1 heavy-lift
boom combinations
Boom inserts
Boom
length
m (ft)
3,1 m
(10 ft)
6,1 m
(20 ft)
12,2 m
(40 ft)
12,2 (40)
–
–
–
15,2 (50)
1
–
–
18,3 (60)
2
–
–
21,3 (70)
1
1
–
24,4 (80)
2
1
–
27,4 (90)
1
2
–
30,5 (100)
2
2
–
33,5 (110)
1
1
1*
36,6 (120)
2
1
1*
39,6 (130)
1
2
1*
42,7 (140)
2
2
1*
45,7 (150)
1
1
2*
48,8 (160)
2
1
2*
51,8 (170)
1
2
2*
54,9 (180)
2
2
2*
57,9 (190)
1
1
3*
61,0 (200)
2
1
3*
6,4 m (21 ft)
No. 8500-1
boom top
12,2 m (40 ft)
boom insert
* NOTE: One 40 ft (12,20 m) boom insert
with lug 40A is required for fixed jib. When
no jib is installed a 40 ft (12,20 m) boom
can be used instead of 40A.
12,2 m (40 ft)
boom insert
Model 8500-1
main boom
61,0 m (200 ft)
12,2 m (40 ft)
boom insert
6,1 m (20 ft)
boom insert
3,0 m (10 ft)
boom insert
3,0 m (10 ft)
boom insert
5,8 m (19 ft)
boom butt
Model 8500-1
Main boom 61,0 m (200 ft)
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Boom combinations
No. 8500-1 fixed jib
combinations
Fixed jib
inserts
Fixed jib
length
m (ft)
3,1 m
(10 ft)
6,1 m
(20 ft)
9,1 (30)
–
­–
12,2 (40)
1
–
15,2 (50)
–
1
18,3 (60)
1
1
4,6 m (15 ft)
jib top
Model 8500-1
fixed jib
18,3 m (60 ft)
3,1 m (10 ft)
jib insert
6,1 m (20 ft)
jib insert
4,6 m (15 ft)
jib butt
6,4 m (21 ft)
boom top
12,2 m (40 ft)
boom insert
12,2 m (40 ft)
boom insert
Model 8500-1
main boom
54,9 m (180 ft)
6,1 m (20 ft)
boom insert
6,1 m (20 ft)
boom insert
3,0 m (10 ft)
boom insert
3,0 m (10 ft)
boom insert
5,8 m (19 ft)
boom butt
Model 8500-1
Fixed jib on main boom
73,2 m (240 ft)
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Heavy-lift boom range diagram
No. 8500-1 main boom
82 0
(210) 64,0
80 0
70 0
(200) 61,0
(190) 57,9
61,0
(20 m
0')
(180) 54,9
57,9
(190 m
')
54,
9
(180 m
')
Height above ground m (ft)
(170) 51,8
50 0
51,8
(170 m
')
(160) 48,8
48,
(1608 m
')
(150) 45,7
45,
(1507 m
')
(140) 42,7
40 0
42,
(1407 m
')
(130) 39,6
39,
6
(130 m
')
(120) 36,6
36,
6
(120 m
')
(110) 33,5
33,
5
(110 m
')
(100) 30,5
30 0
30,
(10 5 m
0')
(90) 27,4
27,4
(90 m
')
(80) 24,4
24,
4
(80 m
')
21,4
(70 m
')
(70) 21,3
20 0
18,
3
(60 m
')
(60) 18,3
15,
3
(50 m
')
(50) 15,2
(40) 12,2
60 0
12,2
(40 m
')
(30) 9,1
4,38 m
(14' 5")
Tailswing
1,10 m
(3' 7")
Rotation
16
1,75 m
(5' 9")
12,2
(40)
18,3
(60)
24,4
(80)
30,5
(100)
36,6
(120)
42,7
(140)
48,8
(160)
Distance from centerline of rotation m (ft)
54,9
(180)
Heavy-lift boom load charts
Model 8500-1 liftcrane boom capacities - 8500-1 main boom
26 120 kg (57,584 lb) crane counterweight
6 500 kg (14,330 lb) carbody counterweight crawler extended
360° Rating
Boom
m (ft)
12,2
(40)
15,2
(50)
18,3
(60)
kg (lb) x 1 000
24,4
(80)
30,5
(100)
36,6
(120)
42,7
(140)
48,8
(160)
54,9
(180)
57,9
(190)
61,0
(200)
19,2*
(42.1)
14,9*
(32.6)
13,2*
–
(28.8) (25.7)*
Radius
3,0
(11)
80,0*
(170.0)
3,5
(12)
76,3*
—­
(166.6) (166.4)*
4,0
(14)
69,5* 69,5* 69,3*
(144.2) (144.0) (143.8)
4,5
(16)
62,2* 62,1* 62,0*
–
(127.1) (126.9) (126.7) (126.3)*
5,5
(18)
51,2*
51,1*
51,1* 50,9*
(113.4) (113.2) (113.0) (112.6)
6,0
(20)
45,4
(97.5)
45,3
(97.4)
45,2
(97.1)
45,1
44,6*
(96.9) (96.8)
7,0
(24)
35,9
(74.0)
35,8
(73.8)
35,7
(73.6)
35,6
(73.3)
35,5
(73.1)
34,9*
–
(73.0) (61.7)*
8,0
(28)
29,5
(59.5)
29,4
29,3
(59.2) (58.9)
29,2
(58.7)
29,1
(58.4)
29,0
(58.3)
10,0
(34)
21,7
(45.7)
21,6
(45.5)
12,0
(40)
16,4*
17,0
16,8
16,7
(34.8) (36.8) (36.4) (36.0)
27,4*
–
(57.9) (44.0)*
21,5
21,3
21,2
21,1
21,0
(45.2) (44.8) (44.5) (44.3) (44.0)
16,4
(35.4)
16,3
(35.1)
16,2
(34.9)
14,1*
(31.0)
12,5*
(27.5)
11,1*
(24.4)
13,8
(31.2)
13,6
13,4
13,3
(30.8) (30.5) (30.2)
13,2
(29.9)
13,1
(29.7)
12,9
(29.2)
11,9*
(26.4)
10,5*
(23.3)
11,6
(24.2)
11,4
(23.7)
11,2
(23.3)
11,1
(23.0)
11,0
(22.6)
10,9
(22.4)
10,7
(22.0)
10,7
(22.1)
9,9*
(21.3)
7,5
(15.9)
7,3
(15.4)
7,1
(15.0)
7,0
(14.6)
6,9
(14.3)
6,7
(13.9)
6,7
(13.9)
6,6
(13.7)
5,3
(11.2)
5,1
(10.7)
4,9
(10.2)
4,7
(10.0)
4,5
(9.5)
4,5
(9.5)
4,4
(9.3)
32,0
(105)
4,2
(9.2)
3,9
(8.7)
3,8
(8.5)
3,6
(8.0)
3,6
(8.0)
3,5
(7.8)
34,0
(115)
3,8
(8.1)
3,6
(7.6)
3,4
(7.2)
3,2
(6.7)
3,2
(6.8)
3,1
(6.5)
38,0
(125)
3,0
(6.6)
2,8
(6.2)
2,6
(5.7)
2,6
(5.7)
2,4
(5.4)
40,0
(135)
2,7
(5.9)
2,6
(5.4)
2,3
(4.7)
2,3
(4.8)
2,1
(4.5)
2,1
(4.7)
1,8
(4.0)
1,8
(4.0)
1,7
(3.7)
46,0
(155)
1,6
(3.3)
1,6
(3.3)
1,4
(3.0)
52,0
(170)
1,1
(2.6)
–
(2.5)
14,0
(45)
16,0
(55)
22,0
(75)
28,0
(95)
13,9*
(31.6)
16,5
(35.7)
44,0
(145)
Meets ANDI B30.5 requirements – Capacities do not exceed 75% of static tipping load.
NOTICE: This capacity chart is for reference only and must not be used for lifting purposes.
For complete chart, refer to www.cranelibrary.com.
Meets ASME B30.5 Requirements - Capacities do not exceed 75% of static tipping load.
NOTICE: This capacity chart is for reference only and must not be used for lifting purposes.
Manitowoc 8500-1
17
Fixed jib range diagram
No. 8500-1 fixed jib on main boom
80 0
(260) 79,2
10 0
(250) 76,2
30 0
70 0
1
(6 8,3
0)
(240) 73,2
1
(5 5,2
0)
(230) 70,1
1
(4 2,2
0)
(220) 67,1
82 0
9
(3 ,1
0)
70
(23 .1
0)
(210) 64,0
6
(22 7.1
0)
(200) 61,0
Height above ground m (ft)
60 0
73
(24 .2
0)
50 0
64
(210,0
)
(190) 57,9
61
(20 ,0
0)
(180) 54,9
57
(19 ,9
0)
(170) 51,8
54
(18 ,9
0)
(160) 48,8
51
(170,8
)
(150) 45,7
40 0
48
(16 ,8
0)
45
(15 ,7
0)
(140) 42,7
42
(14 ,7
0)
(130) 39,6
39
(13 ,6
0)
(120) 36,6
36
(12 ,6
0)
(110) 33,5
33
(110,5
)
(100) 30,5
30 0
(90) 27,4
(80) 24,4
(70) 21,3
(60) 18,3
(50) 15,2
(40) 12,2
(30) 9,1
4,38
(14' 5")
Tailswing
1,10 m
(3' 7")
1,75 m
(5' 9")
Rotation
18
12,2
(40)
18,3
(60)
24,4
(80)
30,5
(100)
36,6
(120)
42,7
(140)
48,8
(160)
Distance from centerline of rotation m (ft)
54,9
(180)
Fixed jib load charts
Model 8500-1 liftcrane jib capacities
No. 8500-1 fixed jib on main boom
26 120 kg (57,584 lb) crane counterweight; 6 500 kg (14,330 lb) carbody counterweight crawler extended
360° Rating
10˚ offset
Boom
m (ft)
24,4
(80)
30,5
(100)
39,6
(130)
kg (lb) x 1 000
48,8
(160)
Boom
m (ft)
54,9
(180)
10,8*
(24.0)
10,8*
(—)
12,0
(40)
10,8*
(24.0)
10,8* 10,8*
(24.0) (24.0)
14,0
(50)
10,8*
(24.0)
10,8* 10,8*
(24.0) (24.0)
10,8*
(24.0)
18,0
(60)
9,8
(21.3)
9,6
9,4
(20.8) (20.3)
24,0
(80)
6,7
(14.4)
6,4
(13.9)
30,0
(100)
4,9
(10.6)
30,5
(100)
39,6
(130)
48,8
(160)
54,9
(180)
10,8*
(—)
9,0*
(19.7)
8,9*
(19.7)
14,0
(50)
8,3*
(17.6)
8,7*
(18.5)
—
(19.6)
9,1
(19.7)
8,5*
(18.7)
18,0
(60)
7,3*
(15.9)
7,7*
(16.9)
8,2*
(18.0)
8,6*
(18.9)
8,4*
(18.5)
6,2
(13.3)
5,9
(12.7)
5,7
(12.3)
24,0
(80)
6,2*
(13.7)
6,5*
(14.3)
6,4
(13.7)
6,1
(13.2)
6,0
(12.9)
4,6
(10.0)
4,3
(9.4)
4,1
(8.8)
3,9
(8.3)
4,5
(9.7)
4,2
(9.1)
4,1
(8.7)
3,6
(—)
3,2
(6.9)
2,9
(6.2)
2,7
(5.8)
3,0
(6.5)
2,8
(6.1)
42,0 (140) 2,3
(5.2)
2,0
(4.4)
1,8
(3.7)
42,0 (140) 1,9
(4.0)
44,0
(150)
1,8
(3.6)
1,5
(2.9)
44,0
(150)
1,6
(—)
1,3
(2.9)
1,1
(—)
48,0
(160)
48,0
(160)
Jib 9,1 m (30 ft)
12,0
(40)
36,0 (120) 30,0 (100) 36,0 (120) Boom
m (ft)
24,4
(80)
30,5
(100)
Radius
10,0
(30)
10,8*
(—)
10,8*
(—)
12,0
(40)
10,8*
(24.0)
10,8*
(24.0)
14,0
(50)
10,7*
(22.1)
10,8* 10,8*
(24.0) (24.0)
10,3*
(22.8)
18,0
(60)
8,6*
(18.8)
9,6*
9,5
(20.9) (20.5)
9,2*
(20.3)
8,1*
(17.8)
24,0
(80)
6,6*
(14.5)
6,5
(14.1)
6,2
(13.5)
6,0
(12.9)
5,8
(12.5)
30,0
(100)
4,9
(10.7)
4,7
(10.2)
4,4
(9.5)
4,1
(8.9)
4,0
(8.5)
36,0
(120)
3,5
(7.6)
3,2
(7.0)
2,9
(6.4)
2,8
(5.9)
42,0
(140)
2,4
(5.2)
2,1
(4.5)
1,8
(3.9)
42,0
(140)
2,2
(4.6)
1,9
(3.7)
1,6
(3.1)
44,0
(150)
1,4
(3.0)
1,2
(—)
48,0
(160)
44,0
(150)
48,0
(160)
52,0
(170)
52,0
(170)
39,6
(130)
48,8
(160)
Boom
m (ft)
54,9
(180)
24,4
(80)
30,5
(100)
39,6
(130)
48,8
(160)
54,9
(180)
Radius
10,0
(30)
10,8*
(—)
Jib 12,2 m (40 ft)
Jib 12,2 m (40 ft)
24,4
(80)
Radius
10,0
(30)
Radius
10,0
(30)
Jib 9,1 m (30 ft)
30˚ offset
52,0
(170)
12,0
(40)
6,9*
(—)
14,0
(50)
6,8*
(14.4)
6,8*
(15.1)
18,0
(60)
5,9*
(12.9)
6,2*
(13.6)
6,6*
(14.5)
6,8* (15.1) 24,0
(80)
5,0*
(10.9)
5,3*
(11.6)
5,7*
(12.5)
6,0*
(13.2)
6,2*
(13.5)
4,7*
(10.3)
4,6
(10.0)
4,5
(9.6)
4,3
(9.3)
3,4
(7.4)
3,2
(6.9)
3,0
(6.5)
2,3
(5.0)
2,1
(4.5)
30,0
(100)
36,0
(120)
52,0
(170)
1,8
(3.6)
For complete chart, refer to www.cranelibrary.com.
Meets ASME B30.5 Requirements - Capacities do not exceed 75% of static tipping load.
NOTICE: This capacity chart is for reference only and must not be used for lifting purposes.
Manitowoc 8500-1
19
Fixed jib load charts
Model 8500-1 liftcrane jib capacities
No. 8500-1 fixed jib on main boom
26 120 kg (57,584 lb) crane counterweight; 6 500 kg (14,330 lb) carbody counterweight crawler extended
360° Rating
kg (lb) x 1 000
10˚ offset Boom
m (ft)
24,4
(80)
30,5
(100)
39,6
(130)
48,8
(160)
30˚ offset
Boom
m (ft)
54,9
(180)
Radius
10,0
9,0*
(30) (20.0)
14,0
(50)
Jib 15,2 m (50 ft)
18,0
(60)
24,0
(80)
30,0
(100)
36,0
(120)
9,0*
(20.0)
8,9*
(18.5)
7,2*
(15.6)
5,5*
(12.0)
4,5*
(9.7)
3,9*
(8.6)
42,0
(140)
44,0
(150)
48,0
(160)
9,0*
(20.0)
9,0*
(—)
9,0*
9,0*
(20.0) (20.0)
7,9*
8,8*
(17.2) (19.3)
6,1*
6,3
(13.3) (13.6)
4,7
4,5
(10.3) (9.7)
3,6
3,3
(7.7)
(7.1)
2,9
2,5
(—)
(5.7)
2,2
(4.6)
1,9
(4.0)
24,4
(80)
30,5
(100)
39,6
(130)
8,7*
(19.2)
6,1
(13.1)
4,2
(9.1)
3,0
(6.5)
2,0
(4.6)
1,9
(3.1)
1,4
(—)
7,4*
(17.0)
5,9*
(12.7)
4,0
(8.7)
18,0
(60)
Jib 18,3 m (60 ft)
18,0
(60)
8,1*
(18.0)
8,1*
(—)
8,0*
(16.3)
8,1*
(17.6)
6,3*
(13.7)
4,8*
(10.4)
30,0
(100)
3,8*
(8.3)
36,0
(120)
3,2*
(7.0)
42,0 (140) 48,0
(160)
52,0
(170)
5,0*
(10.9)
5,2*
(11.4)
5,1*
(—)
24,0
(80)
30,0
(100)
4,0*
(8.7)
3,4*
(7.6)
4,2*
(9.2)
3,7*
(8.0)
4,5*
(9.8)
3,9*
(8.7)
1,9
(4.0)
42,0 (140) 1,6
(3.2)
44,0
(150)
1,2
(—)
48,0
(160)
3,5*
(7.6)
4,7*
(10.3)
4,2*
(9.2)
3,3
(7.1)
2,4
(5.2)
2,2
(—)
4,8*
(10.6)
4,3*
(9.5)
3,1
(6.8)
2,2
(4.8)
2,0
(3.9)
1,5
(3.1)
52,0
(170)
48,8
(160)
Boom
m (ft)
54,9
(180)
24,4
(80)
30,5
(100)
39,6
(130)
48,8
(160)
54,9
(180)
6,9*
(15.0)
5,3*
(11.5)
4,3*
(9.3)
3,6*
(7.8)
2,8
(6.0)
2,6
(—)
12,0
(40)
8,1*
(18.0)
7,6*
(16.7)
6,0*
(13.0)
4,5
(9.7)
3,3
(7.1)
2,5
(5.4)
2,3
(4.7)
1,9
(4.0)
—
(3.4)
14,0
(50)
8,0*
(17.8)
6,1
(13.2)
4,2
(9.1)
3,0
(6.5)
2,2
(4.7)
1,9
(3.9)
1,5
(3.1)
1,1
(2.5)
6,8*
(15.0)
5,9*
(12.8)
4,1
(8.7)
18,0
(60)
24,0
(80)
30,0
(100)
4,0*
(8.9)
3,3*
(7.3)
2,8*
(6.2)
36,0
(120)
1,9
(4.1)
42,0
(140)
1,7
(3.3)
44,0
(150)
1,2
(2.5)
48,0
(160)
2,8
(6.1)
52,0
(170)
3,9*
(—)
3,5*
(7.7)
3,0*
(6.6)
2,7*
(5.9)
3,7*
(8.1)
3,2*
(7.1)
2,9*
(6.3)
2,6
(5.8)
3,9*
(8.5)
3,4*
(7.5)
3,1*
(6.7)
2,5
(5.3)
2,2
(4.5)
1,8
(3.8)
For complete chart, refer to www.cranelibrary.com.
20
54,9
(180)
Radius
10,0
(30)
24,0
(80)
44,0
(150)
4,8*
(10.4)
36,0 (120) 2,8
(6.0)
Jib 18,3 m (60 ft)
14,0
(50)
48,8
(160)
14,0
(50)
Radius
10,0
(30)
12,0
(40)
39,6
(130)
12,0
(40)
52,0
(170)
Boom
m (ft)
30,5
(100)
Radius
10,0
(30)
Jib 15,2 m (50 ft)
12,0
(40)
24,4
(80)
Meets ASME B30.5 Requirements - Capacities do not exceed 75% of static tipping load.
NOTICE: This capacity chart is for reference only and must not be used for lifting purposes.
3,9*
(8.7)
3,5*
(7.7)
3,2
(7.0)
2,3
(5.0)
2,1
(4.1)
1,6
(3.3)
1,1
(2.6)
Clamshell
Boom:
Welded lattice construction using tubular, high-tensile steel
chords with pin connections between sections.
Basic boom length: 12,2 m (40 ft)
Max. boom length: 21,3 m (70 ft)
Limit on clamshell bucket weight: 2 100 kg (4,600 lb)
Maximum component chart
Boom length m (ft)
Boom arrangement
12,2 (40)
Base-Tip
15,2 (50)
Base-A-Tip
18,3 (60)
Base-A-A-Tip, Base-B-Tip
21,3 (70)
Base-A-B-Tip
Base = 6.10 m (20 ft)
Insert: A = 3,1 m (10 ft)
B = 6,1 m (20 ft)
Tip = 6,10 m (20 ft)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
GUIDE SHEAVE
Figures represent maximum allowable capacity, and assume level ground and ideal working conditions.
Capacities are calculated at 66% of the minimum tipping loads.
Capacities are maximum recommended by PCSA Standard #4. Allowances must be made by the user for
such unfavorable conditions as a soft or uneven supporting surface, rapid cycle operations, or bucket suction.
The combined weight of the bucket and load must not exceed these capacities.
Boom length for clamshell operation should not exceed 21,3 m (70 ft).
Clamshell Capacities
17,7 t (19.5 USt) counterweight
(three upper counterweights, crawlers extended)
kg (lb) x 1 000
Boom
m (ft)
12,2
(40)
Radius
15,2
(50)
18,3
(60)
21,3
(70)
7,2*
(16.0)
7,2*
(16.0)
7,2*
(16.0)
7,2*
(16.0)
7,2*
(16.0)
7,2*
(16.0)
12,2
(40)
7,2*
(16.0)
7,2*
(16.0)
7,2*
(16.0)
7,2*
(16.0)
14,0
(46)
6,9*
(16.0)
7,0*
(16.0)
7,0*
(15.6)
15,2
(50)
6,1*
(14.5)
6,1*
(14.3)
17,1
(56)
5,1
(12.3)
5,1*
(12.3)
7,2*
(16.0)
7,9
(26)
7,2*
(16.0)
9,1
(30)
7,2*
(16.0)
10,9
(36)
20,1
(66)
6,7
(22)
18,7
(60)
Manitowoc 8500-1
7,2*
(16.0)
5,1*
(11.2)
4,4*
(9.7)
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Manitowoc Crane Care
Crane Care is Manitowoc’s comprehensive service and
support program. It includes classroom and on-site
training, prompt parts availability, expert field service,
technical support and documentation.
For a worldwide listing of dealer locations, please
consult our website at: www.manitowoc.com
That’s commitment you won’t find anywhere else.
Manitowoc has the industry’s most extensive
documentation; available in major languages and
formats that include print, videotape, and DVD/CD.
That’s Crane Care.
Service training
Manitowoc specialists work with you in our training
centers and in the field to make sure you know how
to get maximum performance, reliability and life from
your cranes.
Manitowoc Cranes Technical Training Centers provide
valuable multi-level training, which is available for all
models and attachments, in the following format:
• Intro to Canbus and Canbus 1, 2, 3
• Intro to EPIC and EPIC 1, 2, 3
• Small Crawler 1
•C
anbus 1 and 2 assembly, operation and
maintenance
•E
PIC 1 and 2 assembly, operation and
maintenance
Refer to www.manitowoc.com for course descriptions.
Parts availability
Genuine Manitowoc replacement parts are accessible
through your distributor 24 hours a day, 7 days a week,
365 days a year.
Service interval kits
200 hour kit
1,000 hour kit
2,000 hour kit
Hydraulic test kit
U.S. standard tools kit
Field service
Factory-trained service experts are always ready to help
maintain your crane’s peak performance.
For a worldwide listing of dealer locations, please
consult our website at: www.manitowoc.com
Technical support
Manitowoc’s dealer network and factory personnel
are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days
a year to answer your technical questions and more,
with the help of computerized programs that simplify
crane selection, lift planning, and ground-bearing
calculations.
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Technical documentation
Additional copies available through your Authorized
Manitowoc Distributor.
• Crane operator’s manual
• Crane parts manual
• Crane capacity manual
• Crane vendor manual
• Crane service manual
• Luffing jib operator’s/parts manual
• Capacity chart manual - attachments
Available from your Authorized Manitowoc Cranes
Distributor, these videos are available in NTSC, PAL,
SECAM, and DVD formats.
• Your Capacity Chart Video
• Respect the Limits Video
• Crane Safety Video
• Boom Inspection/Repair Video
Crane Care Package
Manitowoc has assembled all of the available literature,
CD’s and videos listed above plus several Manitowoc
premiums into one complete Crane Care Package,
which is supplied to the owner of each new crane.
Notes
Manitowoc 8500-1
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Manitowoc Cranes
Regional headquarters
Americas
Manitowoc, Wisconsin, USA
Tel: +1 920 684 6621
Fax: +1 920 683 6277
Europe, Middle East, Africa
Ecully, France
Tel: +33 (0)4 72 18 20 20
Fax: +33 (0)4 72 18 20 00
China
Shanghai, China
Tel: +86 21 6457 0066
Fax: +86 21 6457 4955
Greater Asia-Pacific
Singapore
Tel: +65 6264 1188
Fax: +65 6862 4040
Shady Grove, Pennsylvania, USA
Tel: +1 717 597 8121
Fax: +1 717 597 4062
Regional offices
Americas
Brazil
Alphaville
Mexico
Monterrey
Chile
Santiago
Europe, Middle East,
Africa
France
Baudemont
Cergy
Decines
Germany
Langenfeld
Italy
Lainate
Netherlands
Breda
Poland
Warsaw
Portugal
Baltar
Russia
Moscow
South Africa
Johannesburg
U.A.E.
Dubai
U.K.
Buckingham
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China
Beijing
Chengdu
Guangzhou
Xian
Greater Asia-Pacific
Australia
Brisbane
Melbourne
Sydney
India
Chennai
Delhi
Hyderabad
Pune
Korea
Seoul
Philippines
Makati City
Singapore
Factories
Brazil
Passo Fundo
China
TaiAn
Zhangjiagang
France
Charlieu
Moulins
Germany
Wilhelmshaven
India
Pune
Italy
Niella Tanaro
Portugal
Baltar
Fânzeres
Slovakia
Saris
USA
Manitowoc
Port Washington
Shady Grove
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make it necessary that we reserve the right to make specification, equipment, and price
changes without notice. Illustrations shown may include optional equipment and
accessories and may not include all standard equipment.
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