Sennebogen extends crawler crane range


Sennebogen has developed a new 50-ton load capacity crawler crane and added a further robust lattice boom crane to its product range.

The 1100 crawler crane becomes the smallest addition to the company’s crawler crane family, and is capable of ensuring a safe procedure when using up to 90% of the load capacity and provides great flexibility.

“The sensitive control guarantees the safe positioning of the load on every occasion. An extremely impressive lifting scope with regards to height and breadth with a variable boom system also allows the driver to cope with difficult challenges. It is also possible to work on a slope of up to 3° thanks to the stable caterpillar tracks,” said a Sennebogen spokesperson.

A 120kN winch is driven with a rope speed of up to 125m/min via high-pressure regulated adjustable hydraulic motors continuously providing the optimum pulling force and speed control. Thanks to the 129kW Cummins diesel engine and a multi-circuit hydraulic system, an effective lifting operation is possible during simultaneous crane operations. The flexible and robust lattice boom can also be variably designed from 10.3m to 52.3m in accordance with Sennebogen’s modular system.

Compact dimensions – just 30 ton for the basic unit’s transport weight – and the crawler crane’s simple self-assembly system underline the user-oriented approach.

As transport and assembly are so easily implemented, neither cost-intensive transport methods nor further helper cranes are necessary. Thanks to the in-built self-assembly system, the 1100 can be assembled independently on-site in just a few steps.

April 28, 2017

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