This Tadano HK 40 of P&K from Rijssen (NL) is installed on a MAN TGS 41.440 undercarriage with 8x4-drive line. I could take some photos of the crane during a visit to P&K.
It is a 40-tonne crane with year of manufacture 2009 but came to P&K in 2015. The MAN is powered by a MAN D2066, a 10.5-liter 6-cylinder line engine with a power of 324 kW (435 hp).
The K-shapped outrigger base of the crane measures 6.6 x 6.3 meters, of half 6.5 x 4.9 meters.
During the transport over the road is the crane 11.025 meters long, 2.55 meters wide and 3.85 meters tall. The crane has a transport mass of 37.6 tonnes.
On the sides and rear are multiple storage compartments made to give the crane operator the oppertunity to bring a lot of lifting gear with the crane. In front of the third axle are the battery and multiple compressed-air tanks installed.
The full counterweight of the crane weights 8.5 tonnes and has a 3.46 meter tailswing. 2.1 tonnes of that is fixed to the superstructure of the crane.
The 4-part main boom has a 10.5 meter base length and extends three times to a maximum boom length of 35.2 meters. A 9 meter folding jib is transported on the crane and can be installed under a 0, 20 or 40 degree angle to the main boom. The hoist winch is left on the base section behind the jib installed.
The remaining 6.4 tonnes of counterweight are stored on the undercarriage during the transport over the road.
On this side is the muffler installed behind the front axle and the diesel tank behind the second axle.
A very sharp crane of P&K!