|Sennebogen introducing the new 624 Duty Cycle Crane|
Sennebogen has recently launched a new duty cycle crane designed specially for water engineering and well construction or pipe installation.
The new 624 is a new model developed which is compact, has multifunctional application and can be assembled faster than any other duty cycle crane in the market. This crane will be referred to as “taxi” duty cycle crane and uses an innovative foldable box-type boom that can be assembled into its transport position in just three simple steps.
|The foldable box-type boom can be assembled in just three simple steps|
Time and Space Saving with the Foldable Boom
|The boom can be extended to
a maximum length of 19m.
This simple technology has make the crane ready for work in only a few minutes. The operator only requires a few steps to have the crane ready, operate it and subsequently load the machine back onto the truck. Not only the crane can be deployed in the tighest space, but also can be transported quickly from sites to sites.
While the boom need not be remove and can be stowed next to the can and alongside the uppercarriage. This also saves time and space during the assembly. The boom can be extended to a maximum length of 19 metres. Two 6 ton free-fall winches in the uppercarriage act as ballast weight to provide the neccessary tractive force and individually adjstable free-fall brake makes the operation simple and easy.
A strong player in duty cycle crane of operating weight under 30 ton capacity class
With an operating weight of merely 27 ton but have a design that is qualify to be use as a full-fledged duty cycle crane, the Sennebogen 624 definitely is remarkable compared to other cranes of under 30 ton capacity class. This unique characteristics opens a multitude of potential applications.
Sennebogen has planned for two variants of undercarriage to be available for the crane. The robust crawler type that provides maximum stability and maneuverability in any terrain, or the tires and outriggers which are suitable on-roads application.
The new Multicab 2 offers the crane operator a comfortable work place that complies with the highest ergonomic requirements. In additional to the new interior design, the can also has a concave windshield for a optinum front view and a hinged rear window. Air-conditioning and a modern comfort seat including adjustable control elements are also included as standard features of the new 624.
The crane is set to launch in the fall of 2016.
So far there is no technical specification released by Sennebogen. We will update this column again once there are further information announced.
Do wait till the fall of 2016. We can expect the preliminary load charts to be out.