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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