This Liebherr LR 1600/2 of Aguado from Madrid (ES) was used in the southern part of Germany to erect wind turbines.
The undercarriage is 10.96 meters long and 10.4 meters wide.
The crane is powered by a Liebherr D846 A7, a 6-cylinder diesel engine with 503 hp.
Attached to the undercarriage is 65 tonnes of central ballast, a 2.5-tonne bracket with three 10-tonne slabs per side.
Fitted with 150 tonnes of counterweight, existing out of two 5-tonne brackets and 14 slabs with each 10 tonnes. The maximum counterweight is 190 tonnes. The tailswing of the counterweight is 8.01 meters.
The tracks are 10.9 meters long, 2 meters wide and 1.9 meters high. The mass each with two drives is 38 tonnes.
The hydraulic outriggers are used to unload the lower- and upper works from the truck. The transport unit weights, depening on the equipent, between 57 and 74 tonnes.
Fitted with a 36-meter derrick boom and a 124-meter tapered main boom.
The derrick counterweight is here only used to erect the long main boom. On the tray is laying 300 tonnes of counterweight with a maximum counterradius of 18 meters.
With the B2 frame between the superstructure and the counterweight tray is the counterradius extended up to 20 meters. This is required for the next configuration with a longer main boom and fixed jib to erect the wind turbine.
In the same wind farm was another Liebherr LR 1600/2 of Aguado working.
This crane was erected with a 36-meter derrick boom and a 117-meter tapered main boom.