Winder Limmen from Alkmaar (NL) took in 2016 this sharp Tadano HK 40 on Scania P 410 chassis into operation. It is a 40-tonne crane.
The crane is installed on a 4-axle chassis with 8x2-drive line installed. The crane has a total mass of 37.7 tonnes.
The undercarriage is powered by a Scania 12.7-liter 6-cylinder diesel engine with 410 hp. Behind the cabin is a large storage compartment made.
The K-shapped outrigger base measures 6.6 x 6.3 meters, or half 6.35 x 4.9 meters. The rear outriggers are slinding perpendicular into the chassis, but the front outriggers are folded rearwards parallel to the chassis.
The full counterweight weights 8.5 tonnes and has a 3.46 meter tailswing. The crane can take all its counterweight with it during the transport over the road. The hoist winch is installed on the base sections of the boom.
The 4-part main boom has a 10.5 meter base length and extends three times to a maximum length of 35.2 meters. On the maximum radius of 32 meters is the crane still able to hoist 1.8 tonnes.
The folding jib is 9 meters long and under an angle of 0, 20 or 40 degrees mountable to the main boom head.
During the transport over the road are 6.4 tonnes of counterweight stored on the chassis. A very sharp crane of Winder!