Be it as a taxi crane, with the main boom detached upon arrival or with just a few additional truckloads, the ATF‑220‑5.1 offers a wealth of options for all kinds of different scenarios. This is the successor model for the popular ATF 220G-5 that is in the market.
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This practical versatility coupled with top lifting capacities results in first-rate capacity utilisation and cost-effectiveness. What’s more, its overhaul in readiness for EU Stage V means it now has a new power train with an exhaust after-treatment system as well as a new gearing mechanism. With the new hill start assist and rock-free assistance systems and Drive and Power programs, the ATF‑220‑5.1 is even safer, more economical and quieter when in use than its predecessors.
It takes less than an hour for three people to dismantle the ATF‑220‑5.1’s almost 21 t main boom with the optional accessories and an auxiliary crane and load it onto a truck. With a total weight of just 40 t and an axle load of a mere 8 t, the ATF‑220‑5.1 is then a veritable lightweight and can be driven directly to its job site without any restrictions.
The transport-optimised division of the counterweights makes the ATF‑220‑5.1 highly flexible. With 23.5 t of counterweight, which fit exactly on a truck, it boasts up to 54% more lifting capacity across a large work area than its competitors. And with two trucks (or alternatively a semi-trailer), even 47 t of the counterweight can be transported cost-effectively for outstanding lifting capacities.
Without a counterweight, the ATF‑220‑5.1 with a 12 t axle load can hit the road without the need for additional transport logistics – with a high-performance hook block and weight reserve for slings. Once at its job site, requiring no set-up time, it makes an impression with lifting capacities of up to 64.1 t and with an unbeatable work area – a radius of up to 38 m and a hook height of up to 69.5 m.