In its anniversary year, Sennebogen has introduced a new 100t model, a crane that will fill the gap between the existing models and will be an interesting solution for construction companies in building and civil engineering and for crane rental companies in particular. The new Sennebogen is a telescopic crane with a load capacity of 100 t and a maximum boom length of up to 62 m, specially designed for demanding Pick and Carry applications. The new addition to the product line is equipped with a 186 kW diesel engine of emissions stage V, which also hydraulically drives the powerful crawler drive of the 100 t machine as well as main and auxiliary winches with 100 kN tractive force each and allows cable speeds of 125 m/min.
Thanks to a wide range of equipment solutions, the machine can also be configured to meet a wide range of customer-specific requirements in special civil engineering or hydraulic engineering, for example with working area limitation, safety and low-temperature package or for operation with organic oils. The 5-section pin boom of the new 6103 E has a maximum length of 46.8 m for the driver in standard configuration. The reach can be optionally optimized up to 62 m with the fly jib and extension. The boom system thus enables comfortable working heights of up to 50 m. Operation is carried out via joystick movement.
This 100 t machine also allows you to work on rough terrain. Thanks to the robust, telescoping crawler undercarriage with a maximum track width of 4.20 m, there is no need for positioning or supporting the machine. The crawler undercarriage is also stable and secure during crane operation. The extremely robust design of the entire machine, as well as the boom, is particularly noticeable when working at inclines of up to four degrees and with high load capacities. As a Pick and Carry crane, the telescopic crawler crane can also be moved with up to 100% load on the hook and thus offers a wide range of applications, particularly in prefabricated part and component assembly and on large construction sites.
The telescopic crane has a cab that can tilt 20 degrees as standard. As an option, the cab can be hydraulically elevated to an eye level of 5.60 m. There is also the option of operating the crane from outside the cab via radio remote control, which offers added precision and safety in many applications. The new Sennebogen 6103 E telescopic crawler crane can be transported completely in one piece. For this, only the ballast must be removed to achieve a transport weight of around 61 t and a width of 3.48 m. The crane weighs less than 40 t and is therefore easier to transport by low loader, when the crawler tracks are removed beforehand. The highlight is that all assembly steps can be carried out by the machine itself. Auxiliary cranes are not required thanks to the Sennebogen self-assembly system.