The Paule company from Stuttgart (DE) is owning this sharp Liebherr LTM 1400-7.1, it is the biggest crane in the company. The crane would, together with the Liebherr LTM 1350-6.1 of Wiesbauer, lift a ship into the water.
The bring down the transport mass of the 7 axle crane to 84 tonnes, the hook will be removed during transport over the road.
The crane has a 5 part boom and extends 4 times to a maximum length of 60 meters. A YSL boom guying system can be mounted to the collar of the base section.
The YSL boom guying exists out of two beams, which can be assembled by the crane itself, they are set on the deck of the undercarriage and the black frame above the cabine, and can than be mounted with the boom. The outrigger base of the crane measures 10 x 9.5 meters, or half 10 x 6.23 meters.
The transport dimensions of the crane are 18.535 x 3 x 4 meters. The first counterweights and the outrigger pads are transported by a beautiful Mercedes-Benz Actros 4155 truck. The counterweight has a maximum of 140 tonnes and can be used with two different tailswings; 5.6 and 6.6 meters. Adjustment of the counterweight is done by hydraulics.
The undercarriage is powered by a Liebherr 8 cylinder dieselengine with 612 hp. This crane has 4 driven axles, all axles are steerable.
The create enough space for the upper cabine, the telescopic boom must be mounted excentric. The means, that the center of the boom is not in line with the center of the slewing ring, but is more moved to the right side.
A very sharp crane!