German crane manufacturer Sennebogen has launched a new 120 tonne capacity telescopic boom crawler crane, the Sennebogen 6113.
The 6113 is the largest telescopic crawler crane manufactured by Sennebogen. It has a 40 metre, four section full power telescopic boom, which can be extended to 70 m when combined with a fly jib and lattice boom extension.
“Thanks to multi-cylinder technology, this maintenance-free system enables continuous telescoping and is always friction-locked,” the manufacturer said. “With the 6113, the boom can work variably and quickly at any length.”
The 6113 is capable of moving with a load and can work on inclines up to 4 degrees, the manufacturer said. It has 8 m heavy duty track frames and 900 mm wide tracks. In addition, the undercarriage can be telescoped out to a track width of 5.4 m, the manufacturer added. Other features include an elevating work platform with a load-bearing capacity of up to 1 tonne. Power comes from a Tier 4 Final 168 kW Deutz engine. It also has an eco mode function.
For operator comfort, the 6113 is fitted with a Maxcab cab, which has a sliding door and can be inclined by 20 %. The model is also fitted with LED headlights and cameras. For ease of transport, the 6113 is a self-assembly crane and can be transported and set up on site in 12 steps, the manufacturer said.
The crawler is suitable for a number of applications, including underground engineering applications.