Sennebogen is offering a large and powerful telescopic crawler crane
Sennebogen's new telescopic boom crawler crane offers versatility and high performance
The new 673 telescopic crawler crane from Sennebogen is said to be powerful, efficient and stable in operation. The machine offers a lifting capacity of 70tonnes crane while its telescoping boom is said to maximise versatility for an array of lifting applications. The new 673 R-HD is said to be rugged and durable and is the first telescopic crawler crane in the firm’s new E-series. Key features include stability and ease of transport, as well as fast set-up times. For on-road transport the crane is less than 3m wide for carrying on a flatbed. Meanwhile telescoping crawler tracks ensure stability on-site and the machine can work on a slope up to 4°. The compact dimensions come in handy, particularly in narrow working spaces. In addition to its use as a crane, the 673 R-HD can also operate on a working platform rated to bear up to 1tonne. The 36m long boom offers a wide range of lift cycles and can be augmented with a choice of two fly boom versions of 8 and 15, which can extend the maximum reach to 51m. The integrated heavy-duty jaw functions at an offset angle up to 40°. The four-stage telescoping boom is said to extends smoothly, with all the functions available even under load. Power comes from a Tier 4 Interim/Stage IIIB emission compliant Deutz diesel deliver 160kW that features particle filtration and exhaust after-treatment. An eco-mode helps lower fuel consumption, while the firm’s new control and diagnostics system offers a clear view of all operating parameters. Other features include an ergonomic cab that can be fitted with a raise system if required.