Kato NK1000 Hydraulic Truck Crane (100 ton)

Photo by Autowini.
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Tadano TR250M-7 Rough Terrain Crane (25 ton)

Tadano TR250M-7 equipped with a man basket.Photo by Tefutefu Crane.
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Kato NK75M-V2 Hydraulic Truck Crane (4.9 ton)

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Sennebogen 6113 Telescopic Crawler Crane (120 ton) - Announced in Nov 2014

Sennebogen 6113 carrying heavy loads, even at 4 degrees inclination. Photo by Bi Baumagazin.

Germany crane manufacturer Sennebogen has expanded their line of successful telescopic boom crawler crane with a new 120 ton capacity class telescopic crane, Sennebogen 6113, largest at its telescopic crawler crane line as well. It has a 40 metre, 4 section full power telescopic boom which can be extended to 70 metres with a fly jib and lattice extension combination.

The crane has maintenance free telescoping always in friction-locked, thanks to the multi-cylinder technology. It enables the boom to work in variable in any length quickly. The 6113 is also capable of moving while carrying a load that inclines up to 4 degrees. It has 8 metre heavy duty track and 900 mm wide track, which undercarriage can be telescopic out to an fully extended track width of 5.4 metres. Other features include a elevating work platform that can carry up to 1 tonne. The crane is powered by a Tier 4 168 kW Deutz engine and comes with eco mode function.

Sennebogen has taken into consideration for operator's comfort as they fitted the 120 ton telescopic boom crane with a Maxcab that comes with a sliding door and possible 20% inclination. 6113 is a self-assembly crane which can be transported and setup easily in just 12 steps.

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Zoomlion ZCC550H Hydraulic Crawler Crane (55 ton)

Zoomlion ZCC550H at Myanmar 2nd International Building, Construction & Infrastructure Exhibition on 30 October 2014.

Boom Length: 13m ~ 52m
Jib Length: 6m ~ 15m
Engine: Weichai WP6G190E26. 140 kW/1900rpm
Counterweight: 18,000 kg
Self Weight with Basic Boom: 51,000 kg
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Sany SRC550 Rough Terrain Crane (55 ton)

Sany SRC550 displaying at Myanmar 2nd International Building, Construction & Infrastructure Exhibition on 30 October 2014.

Maximum Lifting Capacity: 55 ton
Boom Length: 11.25m ~ 34.5m (4 sections)
Jib Length: TBC
Maximum Lifting Height: 35.8m (main boom), 52.5m (jib extension)
Engine: Cummins QSB6.7, 186kW @ 2500 rpm. Tier 3
Maximum Traveling Speed: 40 km/h
Minimum Turning Radius: 12.3m / 6.7m (2 / 4 wheels)
Oil Consumption per 100 km: 60 liters
Overall Weight: 40800 kg

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Kobelco 7200G Hydraulic Crawler Crane (200 ton)

Sanwa Kobelco 7200G barricaded in a construction site in Japan. Photo by Saka Stinger.
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Maeda LCL383M-5 Mini Crawler Crane (2.93 ton)

The LCL383M-5. Photo by Pace Cranes.

The LCL383M-5 crane makes it European debut at 2010 Bauma International Trade Fair held in Munich. This was following much success in the Japanese market, the model has been fully updated for overseas market, especially with a focus on Europe.

The LC383M-5 has primarily been developed for use in areas such as city centers where slim footprint due to no outriggers being needed really put this machine in a class of its own. One of the major benefit of LCL383M-5 is its impressive 1.46 tonne pick and carry capability. With a lifting capacity of 2.93 tonne, the crane is extremely versatile in all areas.

Lifting capaciyt: 2.93t
Max. working radius: 8.4m
Machine width: 1.74m
Pick & Carry: 1.46t
Standard Blade (with blade/crane interlock system)
Optional Searcher hook
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  1. Maeda launches new model LC383M-5. Kranlyft. 22 Feb 2010.

Kobelco CK1600-2 Crawler Crane (160 US ton)

Grove GTK1100 Mobile Tower Crane (95 tonnes)

GTK1100 was first announced by Manitowoc Crane group during 2006 fall and the first unit was built at the company's factory in Wilhelmshaven, Germany.  The crane was displayed in 2007 Germany Bauma.

The 110 ton mobile tower crane consists of a wheeled carrier, a 60 metres 5-section TWIN-LOCK boom. The luffing telescopic boom, both connected by an 81 metres 6-section telescopic mast. Four spreaders at the top of the mast are attach to the outriggers at the base to provide better stability.

Optimal For Wind Turbines Erection and City Center Sites

The patented design of GTK1100 is possible to lift heavy load at sites which setup space is restricted. While another major advantage that GTK1100 can be only be transported using a maximum of five trailers.

1st GTK1100 in Germany - The first unit was delivered to Wiesbauer GmbH & Co. KG, a Bissingen-based crane rental company whom has helped to develop the GTK. The crane maiden job was in Ilshofen, Baden Wurtemberg in the southern part of Germany. It was used to install a 2kW wind turbine in a field for Repower Systems.

1st GTK1100 in China - Owned by China Power Equipment Installation Engineering Co., Ltd, a China-base company.

First Job in Asia (Mongolia) - Building of major wind farm installations in Inner Mongolia, China in August 2009.

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