A long time was this FAUN ATF 110G-5 of P&K from Rijssen (NL) the largest crane in the fleet, today this is a 200-tonne Tadano. The ATF 110G-5 was driving with a 2-axle trailer where a part of the counterweight was loaded on.
It is a 110-tonne crane that is installed on a 5-axle carrier. The crane's year of manufacture is 2005. The crane is today not operated anymore by P&K.
The undercarriage is powered by a Mercedes-Benz OM 502 LA, an 8-cylinder diesel engine with a power of 380 kW (517 hp). This crane has the optional 10x8x8-drive line, where the axles 1, 2, 4 and 5 are driven and steerable. The third axle is only liftable.
During the transport over the road remains 6.5 tonnes of counterweight on the deck of the undercarriage.
The outrigger base measures 7.745 x 7.5 meters, or half 7.745 x 5 meters. At the rear of the crane are the four large outrigger pads stored.
On the 2-axle trailer are 17.8 tonnes of counterweight and some lifting gear stored.
It is a 2-axle Vogelzang trailer.
Attached to the superstructure remains 4.5 tonnes of counterweight during the transport over the road. The crane itself brings 11 tonnes of counterweight and stays within the valid axle load limits.
The main boom has a 13 meter base length and extends four times to a maximum length of 52 meters. The crane could geometrically bring the folding jib with a 9.5 or 16.2 meter length which can be extended to 30.1 meters.
A very sharp crane in the P&K colours!