Sennebogen to launch compact 16t telescopic crane with new cab


Extremely compact dimensions as well as easy and economical transport have made the Sennebogen 613 a popular helper for many construction companies and an interesting machine for the rental park.

In time for the Bauma trade fair, Sennebogen is presenting the new generation of this mobile telescopic crane for the first time. The new machine design boasts a sturdy construction, the standard Full-Power Boom, and a 16t lifting capacity and 18.8m boom length. In addition to the basic machine and the engine, the operator cab has also been completely revised.

The revised Multicab 2 operator cab will now be installed on the small Sennebogen machines as a standard feature. It combines a modern design with maximum operator comfort and ergonomic equipment. In addition to a new interior design, it also has a concave windshield for an optimum front view and a hinged rear window. An air conditioning system and a modern comfort seat including adjustable control elements are also standard features of the 613. This seat, which can be adjusted 1.75m in height and allows an ideal overview of the working range, is typical of the Sennebogen cranes.

The new 613 is also equipped with the proven Full-Power Boom in addition to the existing telescopic cranes. This means that all extensions can be telescoped continuously and smoothly via joystick, allowing work in any position. Telescoping under load is also safely possible. With a maximum boom length of 18.8m and the folding 5m fly boom, the Sennebogen 613 covers a convenient working range and remains compact and agile at the same time. With an uppercarriage width of only 2.55m, the machine can also be transported easily and cost-effectively via flat-bed trailer.

The Sennebogen 613 is powered by an economical 92kW diesel engine meeting Tier 4F. This new generation of engines not only meets the current requirements of the exhaust standards but also has an extremely economical consumption thanks to an optimized exhaust aftertreatment with DEF. In the future, the new Sennebogen 613 will be available in two versions: with a mobile undercarriage and crawler traveling gear.

March 11, 2016

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