Liebherr introduces new models to Chinese market for bauma China 2014
First publishedin bauma China
Liebherr will once again have a major presence at bauma China 2014, as it did for the previous event
Liebherr is rolling out a series of models new to the Chinese market at the bauma China 2014 Trade Fair on its outdoor booth B12. Exhibits from Liebherr’s product ranges include hydraulic excavators, wheel loaders, material handlers, mobile cranes and concrete technology. In addition, in-house developed components are on show at the indoor hall N4/ booth No 128.
The R966 excavator on display offers an operating weight of around 67tonnes and is equipped with a 4.5m3 bucket. The R966 is developed from the R964C. The robust design of the machine is especially dedicated to quarry and mining applications. Its engine has a rated output of 320kW (435 HP) and complies with stage IIIA/ Tier 3. Meanwhile the R944C excavator on display is in the super mass excavation version providing an operating weight of 43tonnes. It features state-of-the-art technology, with key-components such as engine, hydraulic pumps and motors, slewing and travel gearboxes as well as electronic elements are developed and produced by Liebherr.
The R9100 is a 110tonne hydraulic excavator from Liebherr’s mining product range, with a rated power output of 565kW from its Liebherr V12 engine. Together with its efficient hydraulic system, this supplies the high breakout and digging forces needed for day-to-day operation. The Liebherr bucket, with a nominal volume of 7m3, combined with the Liebherr ground engaging tools (GETs) is an optimised pattern for mining work, designed for improved penetration and a high fill factor.
The L580 wheeled loader is driven by a 209kW diesel and equipped with a 5m3 high-dump bucket with bolt-on cutting edge. The 24.7tonne machine achieves a tipping load of 18tonnes, featuring high performance and low operating costs. Liebherr wheeled loaders offer low fuel consumption and require up to 25% less fuel than comparable models from other manufacturers.
The LTM 1300-6.2 mobile crane is mounted on a six-axle chassis is powered by a single engine with a mechanical shaft. With this innovative concept for the superstructure drive unit there is no need for a second engine, as normally used on cranes in this class. Its 78m telescopic boom means that the LTM 1300-6.2 offers an additional 6m in length over its predecessor, the LTM 1250- 6.1. In addition its load capacity has been increased. The new LTM 1300-6.2 from Liebherr is claimed to be the most powerful machine in its class on the mobile crane market