ith the new 6113,
duces its biggest
er 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
Until this laucnh, the Sennebogen
product ranged from 8 t to 80 t safe work-
ing load. The new 6113 with a safe work-
ing load of 120 t will be an interesting so-
lution 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, de-
signed as Full-Power boom.
The multi-cylinder technology is a
maintenance-free system that enables
continuous telescoping and is always fric-
tion-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 al-
ternate 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 lat-
tice boom extensions boom heights up to 70 m are
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 manoeu-
verability and is able to cope with gradients up to 4 de-
grees. 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 undercar-
riage is telescoped out to a track width of 5.40 m.
Compared with many other types of cranes, the tel-
escopic crawler crane requires over 30% less space,
and is, therefore, better able to cope with restricted
construction sites or access.
Biggest Telescopic Crawler
crane from Sennebogen
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