New Tadano ATF-220-5.1 for Eisele

By Hannah Sundermeyer13 July 2021

Eisele AG has been a Tadano customer for over 30 years. 

With the delivery of a new ATF-220-5.1, Maintal-based Eisele AG added a fourth 220-tonner to its fleet at the end of April.

 Immediately after the handover at the factory in Lauf an der Pegnitz, the crane with its full equipment was already in demand. 25 tonne heavy concrete parts had to be turned and lifted in 2-winch operation.

‘The Tadano cranes are workhorses that never let us down, in particular the 220-tonne-machines,” says Claus Eisele, managing director, Eisele AG. “Which is why we have ten Tadanos in total in our fleet and, with this new one, four 220-tonners.”

When at work, the 220-tonner features compact dimensions (15.2 meters long, 3 meters wide and just under 4 meters tall) and an efficient boom, the company said. With a radius of up to 38 meters and a hook height of 69.5 meters, the five-axle crane can cover a very large working range. Without a counterweight, ATF-220-5.1 can lift up to 64.1 tonnes.

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