Bauma debut for Sany’s improved reach stacker


Sany’s latest reach stacker is to make its European debut at the world’s largest construction trade fair next month. Introduced towards the end of last year, the efficient H9 will be appearing at Bauma 2019 for the first time.

Achieving approximately 15% savings in machine-related costs per container handled compared to the company’s previous model, the reach stacker is available in three different load capacity versions – 15/31/45 ton.

An onboard energy recovery system of nitrogen-accumulators supports the boom lifting, speeding up boom cycling at less engine power demands and also leading to reduced fuel usage.

A new type of top-lift spreader decreased vehicle weight by 1 ton, allowing a slimming of counter ballast on the rear of the vehicle. Having completed 20,000 hours of simulated 45-ton container handling without any fatigue in factory tests, the 6.8 ton light spreader is a proven and reliable tool for the worksite.

With the weight savings across the machine, total service weight has been reduced by 3 tons – further contributing to improved vehicle fuel efficiency.

As a further incentive, Sany is offering a Europe-wide five-year/10,000-hour warranty on all of its mobile port machinery – including reach stackers, empty container handlers and forklifts with EU Stage IV engines.

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