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Sennebogen expands product range for scrap handling and ports
(Posted on 26/04/18)
Living up to its reputation as a specialist in demanding material handling applications, SENNEBOGEN will be adding a new variant to its product portfolio in 2018. With its energy recovery system, the new 855 E Hybrid fits seamlessly into place between the existing 850 E and the 860 E. This new, practical addition between the existing models will enable the company to respond even more effectively to individual customer requirements in future and will ensure that the right machine can be designed to overcome any challenge in the fields of scrap and port handling.
In future, customers will be able to choose between the 850 E, the 855 E Hybrid, and the 860 E Hybrid, depending on their performance and application priorities. The new 855 E Hybrid machine generation is driven by a powerful 231 kW diesel engine complying with Tier 5 emission standards, including automatic idle stop and EcoMode. A Tier 3a version with 224 kW and an electric motor are also available. As satisfied existing customers preferred increased lifting capacities and a greater range, this was taken into account with the equipment lengths of 17 m to 21 m. Even with the longest equipment, the powerful, robust machine can still provide a lifting capacity of 7.7 t while remaining within safety limits.
In any situation where material is handled in continuous operation and the height of the equipment needs to be changed accordingly, the Green Hybrid system not only provides power assistance but also means that much less drive power is required from the diesel engine. This results in systematic fuel cost savings. This system's reliability and safety has been proven in customer use across the globe. An energy recovery cylinder mounted on the boom in between the two hoist cylinders offsets the weight of the boom in its function, significantly reducing energy costs by up to 30%. This additional hydraulic cylinder stores the energy produced when the boom is lowered, in compressed gas cylinders placed in the rear of the machine. This accumulated energy is then available for the next lift. The principle is similar to a spring being compressed and then releasing its energy when it is allowed to expand. Together with the Green Efficiency technology, maximum energy efficiency is achieved.
The SENNEBOGEN E-series machines offer drivers a comfortable work space with an ideal overview from the cab, which can be elevated as standard. And with the new Maxcab, launched in mid-2017, SENNEBOGEN is taking comfort to the next level. The cab itself is now 70 mm longer. The settings of the modern comfort seat can be customized to suit any driver and the equipment, with ergonomically arranged operating elements and plenty of storage space, is unique. Tried and tested over 20 years, the new Maxcab still comes with a sliding door for safety and convenience when getting into the cab. Further optimizations from two decades of experience – from the repositioned air outlets to armored glass, optimized sound insulation and the specially developed SENNEBOGEN joystick – have also been incorporated into the new cab. With additional cab variants from the Maxcab Industry to the extremely spacious Mastercab, the machines can be adapted to the needs of the customer more flexibly than ever before.
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