The largest crane by Scheffknecht from Lustenau (AT) is this sharp Tadano ATF 220G-5, a 220-tonne crane on a 5-axle carrier. The crane was together with the Liebherr LTM 1130-5.1 of Scheffknecht and the Tadano ATF 400G-6 of Mayer used to lift a heavy boat into the water.
The undercarriage is powered by a Mercedes-Benz OM 502 LS, an 8-cylinder diesel engine with 551 hp. The crane has a 10x8-drive line, only the middle axle isn't powered.
The outrigger base measures 9.05 x 8.3 meters, or half 9.05 x 5.6 meters.
The full counterweight weights 71 tonnes and has a 4.98 meter tailswing. The counterweight exists out of a 2 tonne base slab, a 10-tonne slab, two slabs with each 11.5 tonnes, a top plate with 12 tonnes and two hang-on slabs with each 12 tonnes. Geometrically is it possible to bring 12 tonnes of counterweight on the undercarriage, when the local axle loadings are allowing this.
The 7-part main boom has a 13.2 meter base length and extends six times to a full length of 68 meters.
On the rear side of the chassis is a large box for some lifting gear and outrigger spreading woods mounted.
Packed is the crane 15.2 meters long, 3 meters wide and 3.94 meters high. The transport mass of the crane is 60 tonnes.
A very sharp crane by Scheffknecht!