Foundation work for Sennebogen 6130 HD

By Laura Hatton02 November 2015

A 6130 HD carries out casing work and foundation work in the city of Hong Kong

A 6130 HD carries out casing work and foundation work in the city of Hong Kong

Tysan Foundation has put two Sennebogen 6130 HD crawler cranes to work on a new skyscraper project in Hong Kong.

The lattice boom crawler has a 130 tonne capacity and is powered by a 708 kW engine. The cranes are being used for piled foundations and foundation work. Work includes boring holes to a depth of 90 metres for the foundations. Using a Leffer VRM 3300 casing machine, the 6130 HD crawler cranes are driving 3.3 m pipes into the ground.

The crawlers are fitted with two 30 tonne freefall winches, which are used to operate the 22 tonne freefall inner grapple. In addition, the crawlers have a Maxcab, cameras and LED headlights. Local sales and service partner Robinson Equipment handles the maintenance and regular service.

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