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Sen­nebo­gen in­tros 30-tonne tele­scopic crawler crane

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The new Sen­nebo­gen 633E is a tele­scopic crawler crane with a 30-tonne load ca­pac­ity and high ma­noeu­vra­bil­ity.

Sit­ting be­tween the Sen­nebo­gen 613 and 643 tele­scopic cranes, the new model has a com­pact foot­print and full-power boom.

The three-sec­tion boom can be con­tin­u­ously ex­tended and re­tracted over a length of 25.2m and can turn the full 360 de­grees. The max­i­mum hook height with the 6.5m and 13m fly booms stands at a to­tal 38m.

“Sen­nebo­gen tele­scopic cranes are, in gen­eral, quick and ag­ile at any length, of­fer­ing a de­ci­sive ad­van­tage, es­pe­cially when work­ing with vary­ing boom lengths,” Sen­nebo­gen says.

The 633 crawler crane can ma­noeu­vre across dif­fi­cult ter­rain and is able to work on a slope of up to four de­grees. The crawler track roller can be hy­drauli­cally set to three track widths.

In ad­di­tion, the crane’s com­pact 10.6m length and 3m width and height al­lows for easy trans­porta­tion. Adding to its ease of use is a self­assem­bly sys­tem.

The crane is driven by a 129kW Cum­mins diesel en­gine with Tier 4 Fi­nal ex­haust af­ter-treat­ment or by a 119kW Cum­mins which meets Tier 3a emis­sions stan­dards.

“The new Mul­ti­cab II com­fort cabin can be in­clined by 15 de­grees as stan­dard, which is not al­ways the case with this cu­bic ca­pac­ity class,” Sen­nebo­gen says.

“To­gether with the cli­mate con­trol and air­sprung, heated seat­ing, it of­fers a com­fort­able work­ing en­vi­ron­ment even at high boom an­gles. The driver con­stantly has the winch, rear and the right side in view via a 17.8cm screen.”

The ma­chine can be set to any de­sired boom length via a joy­stick con­trol.

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