SENNEBOGEN Maschinenfabrik GmbH

SENNEBOGEN is presenting a variety of new machines for implementation in the construction industry and for material handling. With the new E-Series, the course is set for the requirements specified in new exhaust standards. A newly developed port cab offers the highest level of operator comfort, and the innovative SENNEBOGEN Control System supports the operator and makes machine parameters transparent. Effective immediately – there is a now a microsite at www.sennebogen.de/bauma to whet your curiosity for new products and innovations.

With the presentation of the new E-Series at the end of 2012 SENNEBOGEN introduced two new material handling machines that already satisfy the TIER 3b/4 requirements today, with no compromises. The SENNEBOGEN 830 and 835 of the new E-Series are impressive, not only due to the variety of equipment and optimized technology, but also with low operating costs and optimal environmental compatibility, thanks to the newly developed Green Efficiency technology. Well-designed engine technology, modern exhaust after-treatment and maximum operating comfort with significantly reduced background noise are just a few of the advantages. The two new machines are just as at home in demanding port transshipment applications as they are in scrap metal recycling.

In the next step, in January 2013, for the first time, with the presentation of the 8130 EQ SENNEBOGEN was able to introduce a balancer/material handling machine. With this machine concept for demanding material handling ­SENNEBOGEN breaks new ground in the areas of economy and energy efficiency. Thanks to the well-thought-out balancer concept the equipment of the machine is completely balanced in every work position. Electrically powered, compared with conventional propulsion concepts, the machine saves as much as 75 % in operating costs and energy costs – an innovation that on its own makes a visit to the SENNEBOGEN booth well worth your while.

New in the Crane Line product range, SENNEBOGEN will present a new duty cycle crawler crane in the 55 ton class at bauma this year. Whether with diaphragm wall grab in special underground engineering or for drag line bucket operation in mining applications, the modular machine concept is impressive through use-friendly technology and robust mechanical systems. Thanks to telescopic crawler travel gear and self-mounting system, the SENNEBOGEN 655 HD can be easily and flexibly transported and offers variable implementation.

With the new E-Series SENNEBOGEN has developed an intelligent control system that actively supports the operator and is easy to handle. SENCON, the SENNEBOGEN Control System, offers extensive information on machine parameters, is flexible in adapting to different parameters, and convinces with its intelligent networking.

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