First job for Max Bögl’s Sennebogen

By Laura Hatton23 September 2015

Max Bögl’s new Sennebogen 6113 telescopic crawler crane

Max Bögl’s new Sennebogen 6113 telescopic crawler crane

Crane service provider Max Bögl has started using its new Sennebogen 6113 telescopic crawler crane near its headquarters in Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz, Germany.

Tasks for the 120 tonne capacity crawler include lifting pre-cast concrete elements and steel components up to 12 tonnes in weight for the construction of a warehouse in the Tauernfeld/Deining industrial zone.

The Sennebogen 6113 has a 40 metre reach. Its self-assembly system allows it to be transported on a low bed trailer. The crane has a telescoping undercarriage and it can be operated on an out of level surface to a maximum inclination of four degrees. In addition, it has a Maxcab comfort cab and the SENCON control and diagnostic system. It is powered by a 168 kW Cummins diesel engine in the rear.

The operator of Max Bögl’s Sennebogen, said, “Telescoping and driving with load using the full power boom in particular is what convinced me right from the start. It can move even heavy parts anywhere on site so safely. At the same time, the boom length of 40 m allows me to operate over an extensive area from a central position.”

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