Meijmat expands fleet with Sennebogen

By Laura Hatton08 January 2015

Meijmat’s new Sennebogen 673 telescopic crawler crane lift prefabricated parts during the constructi

Meijmat’s new Sennebogen 673 telescopic crawler crane lift prefabricated parts during the construction of a zero-energy house. In the Dutch city of Leeuwarden, zero-energy homes are built within a sin

Dutch crane service provider Meijmat has added a new Sennebogen 673 telescopic crawler crane to its fleet.

The main tasks for the crawler will be to help construct low-energy houses, a company spokesperson said.

The Sennebogen 673 can work on rough terrain and in an out of level condition with the side loading from a boom inclination of 4 degrees. For ease of transport the crane has a transport width of 3 metres and the ballast can be dismounted for transport in six easy steps, the manufacturer said. In addition, it has a compact undercarriage, allowing it to be manoeuvrable on a construction site.

The new crane was delivered to Meijmat by Dutch sales and service partner Kuiken. It has a 168 kW diesel engine that fully complies with the Tier 4 Final emission regulations, a maXcab comfort cab, which can be inclined 20 degrees, cameras and an LED lighting package.

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