Crawler cranes

Crawler cranes from SENNEBOGEN have been developed especially for very heavy lifting tasks. The movable cranes are able to handle very heavy items such as wind turbine parts, steel structures or bridge sections for assembly. Crawler cranes with sturdy lattice towers bring a wide range of advantages to the owner and operator alike. They offer a lifting capacity of up to 300 tons, up to 150 metres’ hook height at maximum booeam length and provide an extremely large lifting range. The cranes run cost-effectively, can be set-up in a minimum of time on site and offer the operator a comfortable cab with intuitive handling and control of the crawler crane’s functions.

Sennebogen 1100
Lifting height:
60 m
Capacity
50 ton
Weight
50.000 kg
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Band
Engine
Cummins QSB 4,5 129kW
Sennebogen 2200
Lifting height:
59,7 m
Capacity
80 ton
Weight
70.000 kg
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Engine
Cummins QSB 6,7 186kW
Sennebogen 4400
Lifting height:
70/81 m
Max Arm Height
98 m
Capacity
140 ton
Weight
142.000 kg
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Band
Engine
Cummins QSB 6,7 186kW
Sennebogen 5500
Lifting height:
75/81 m
Max Arm Height
104 m
Capacity
180 ton
Weight
166.000 kg
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Band
Engine
Cummins L9 283kW
Sennebogen 7700
Lifting height:
92/114 m
Max Arm Height
154 m
Capacity
300 ton
Weight
293.000 kg
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Band
Engine
Cummins X12 321kW

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SENNEBOGEN is a family-owned company and market leader in crane technology and material handling.

SENNEBOGEN produces cranes of German quality for building and construction, industry, ports, coast protection, demolition and recycling as well as mining and forestry.

Scantruck distributes a wide range of SENNEBOGE’s telescopic cranes, crawler cranes, heavy duty cycle cranes and port mobile cranes. From the smallest and highly flexible telescopic cranes to the large crawler cranes with a lifting capacity exceeding 300 tons

 

Product range

  • Telescopic cranes
  • Crawler cranes
  • Heavy duty Cycle cranes
  • Port Mobile cranes
  • Founded by Erich Sennebogen in 1952
  • Produced in Straubing and Wackersdorf, Germany and Hungary, U.S.A., Singapore
  • 1600 employees and 120 dealers around the world
  • With Scantruck since 2020
 

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