This sharp Grove GMK5150L of Gräser Eschbach from Mannheim (DE) was used on a construction site in South-Germany for the assembly of precast concrete elements.
It is a 150-tonne crane installed on a 5-axle undercarriage. The crane's year of manufacture is 2017.
The undercarriage is powered by a Mercedes-Benz OM 471 LA, a 6-cylinder diesel engine with a power of 390 kW (530 hp). The crane has a 10x6x10-drive line, where the axles 2, 4 and 5 are driven and all axles are steerable.
In transit is the crane 15.03 meters long, 2.75 meters wide and 4 meters tall. The transport mass is approx. 60 tonnes.
The crane has four different outrigger widths, the full outrigger base measures 8.05 x 7.6 meters and the half base measures 8.05 x 5.1 meters.
At the rear of the chassis is a storage compartment for outrigger woods and some lifting gear attached.
The cabin on the superstructure is about 20 degrees tiltable.
Here was the crane fitted with the full counterweight of 43.5 tonnes, that has a 4.44 meter tailswing. This crane is fitted with a second hoist winch, but that wasn't in use here. Both hoist winches hava an 8 tonne line pull.
The main boom of the crane has a 12.8 meter base length and extends five times to a full length of 60 meters. This crane is equipped with an hydraulic bi-fold swingaway jib, the jib has a length of 11.2 or 17.8 meters and can be extendes with additional lattice sections to 33.8 meters. The jib is in angle between 0 and 50 degrees adjustable.
A sharp crane of Gräser Eschbach, a company that is deploying cranes with capacities up to 450 tonnes.