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With the new 6113, Sennebogen introduces its biggest telescopic crawler crane yetBiggest Telescopic Crawler crane from Sennebogen

With the new 6113, Sennebogen introduces its biggest telescopic crawler crane yet. It delivers a 120 t safe working load, a proven boom concept, and the high level of flexibility that extends the maximum safe working load of its telescopic cranes upwards by 50%.

Until this laucnh, the Sennebogen product ranged from 8 t to 80 t safe working load. The new 6113 with a safe working load of 120 t will be an interesting solution for many crane rental companies and construction companies.

Flexible and fast in use

A key advantage of the machine is the strong telescopic boom. This is, as with all machines in this series, designed as Full-Power boom.

The multi-cylinder technology is a maintenance-free system that enables continuous telescoping and is always friction-locked. The machine can be set to any desired boom length variably and quickly via joystick. This saves time and permits effective work, particularly when boom lengths alternate in implementation.

For one-cylinder systems the boom elements must be individually bolted in a complex arrangement, with the 6113, the boom can work variably and quickly at any length.
Large work range

A maximum boom length of 40 m means the crane covers a large work area. With fly boom and lattice boom extensions boom heights up to 70 m are achieved.

A maximum boom length of 40 m means the crane covers a large work area. With fly boom and lattice boom extensions boom heights up to 70 m are achieved.       However, the true area of the machine becomes clear when the machine moves with 100% of the load and, thus, promptly serves very large sites.

Even in rough terrain, the 6113 has excellent manoeuverability and is able to cope with gradients up to 4 degree. This can only be achieved through the particularly robust construction of the boom.

The 8 m long heavy duty traveling gear components with up to 900 mm wide base plates ensure a low ground pressure. Stability is further enhanced when the undercarriage is telescoped out to a track width of 5.40 m.

Compact Design

Compared with many other types of cranes, the telescopic crawler crane requires over 30% less space, and is, therefore, better able to cope with restricted construction sites or access.

Easy to operate. Easy to transport

For the driver, the maXcab comfort cab with sliding door, which can be inclined 20 degrees, offers excellent ergonomics and an excellent overview.

Typical for Sennebogen, is the optional possibility of designing the cab with 2.70 m adjustable height, in order to maintain the unique overview and safety advantages.

An extensive safety package with LED headlights and surround cameras supports the driver in every work situation.

For crane rental companies, the easy transport is a particularly important advantage. With the aid of the innovative self-assembly system of the Starlifter telescopic undercarriage, the machine can be set up in a few steps, within a short time.

When the traveling gear is dismounted the transport width is reduced to 3.00 m.

The maXcab comfort cab with sliding door, which can be inclined 20 degreesModern and clean engine technology

The 6113 meets Tier IV final emission standards due to the powerful 168 kW Cummins engine combined with a soot particle filter and a cutting-edge exhaust aftertreatment system. 

Significant energy savings are possible using the Eco Mode, operating at a reduced engine speed.


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