Grove has unveiled a new Sennebogen built telescopic crawler crane - the 127 tonne GHC140.
The new model features a 52.1 metre six section, pinned boom, and 15 metre offsettable bi-fold swingaway, taking the maximum tip height to 70 metres. The crane’s ‘level’ load chart is good up to 1.5 degrees, with load charts available up to four degrees, and the ability to pick & carry its full load chart. The tracks have three positions – fully retracted, mid extension and full extension all of which have load charts available.
The crane can be transported in as little as four loads and features a self install counterweight and tracks. The cab tilts up to 20 degrees and features a large, air suspension heated seat, climate control system, seven inch screen for viewing the hoist, rear and right side camera feeds, an intuitive graphical RCL system and electronic load sensing joystick controls.
A choice of Cummins Tier 4 Final or Tier 3 diesels are available with ECO and Auto Idle modes for improved fuel efficiency. As with other Grove cranes from Sennebogen they will only be available to Grove distributors in the Americas.