Sennebogen will present its new 673 telescopic crawler crane at Bauma 2013
Sennebogen will present its new 673 telescopic crawler crane, a powerful 70 ton crane whose stable crawler tracks and continuously telescoping boom arm render it extremely flexible and reliable this month at Bauma.
The company claims that the 673 R-HDperforms impressively on the job with its highly robust design, compact dimensions and superior working and safety features.
For more than 20 years, Sennebogen telescopic cranes have embodied the optimum combination of flexibility, cost-effectiveness and quality. The new Sennebogen 673 R-HD rounds out the broad product spectrum as the first telescopic crawler crane of the new E-series. The 673 R-HD was designed for high performance. Thanks to its telescopic boom, the crane can handle any demanding job on the construction site. In comparison to other crane designs, the SENNEBOGEN telescopic crawler crane offers a host
Less than 3m wide on the highway, the machine can be transported quickly and easily. The train can be comfortably hauled on a long-distance flatbed truck.
The machine is ready to use as soon as it arrives at the construction site. With the telescoping crawler tracks, time-consuming leveling and supports, as they are necessary with AT-cranes are a thing of the past. The machine can easily work on a slope up to 4 degrees. The 673 R-HD easily gets the job done on the construction site with its 36 m long boom arm.
Two fly boom versions of 8m and 15m extend the maximum reach to 51 meters. The integrated heavy-duty jaw functions at an offset angle up to 40°. The machine can reliably carry loads up to 70 tons.
The four-stage telescoping boom extends smoothly under hydraulic actuation; all the functions are fully available even under loads which maximises flexibility – a complicated single cylinder system can be omitted – claims the German manufacturer.