Fanger from Sachseln (CH) is operating this sharp Demag CC 1100, a 250-tonne crane. The crane is nowadays mainly used as a yard crane in Giswil (CH) on one of the precast element factories of Fanger.
The crane is powered by a water-cooled Mercedes-Benz OM 442 A diesel engine with a power of 260 kW (354 hp).
The undercarriage is 8.47 meters wide and 9.874 meters long.
Both tracks are each 9.874 meters long, 1.22 meters wide and 1.416 meters high. The transport mass each is 24.7 tonnes.
The body weights including the hoist winches and boom foot 47.3 tonnes. During the transport over the road is the gantry pointing forwards, the body is then 14.5 meters long, 2.98 meters wide and 3.1 meters high.
The counterweight has a total mass of 80 tonnes and has a 6.85 meter tailswing.
In the superstructure are four winches installed, two 10-tonne hoist winches, an adjustment winch for the luffing jib and the adjustment winch for the main boom.
The main boom has a maximum length of 78 meters.
Fanger has the crane with full specs inclusing the 24 meter superlift and the luffing jib. The luffing jib has a maximum length of 48 meters and can be combined with a 66 meter main boom.
The maximum superlift counterweight is 130 tonnes. Impressive is the 250-tonne hook for maximum 26 falls, with a mass of 4.15 tonnes.
The crane is fitted here with a 54 meter main boom. In this configuration is the crane able to hoist maximum 103 tonnes on a 8 meter radius and 10 tonnes on a 46 meter radius.
A sharp crane that can get slowly old in Switzerland.