Sennebogen 6100 E with Van 't Hek in the Netherlands – Heavy Lift News
18 May 2020

Sennebogen 6100 E with Van ‘t Hek in the Netherlands

The new SENNEBOGEN 6100 E, a duty cycle crane in the current E series, has been designed with challenging, dynamic applications in mind. The first job took the 100 tonne duty cycle crane to Rhoon in the Netherlands, where it was used by Van ‘t Hek for a wide range of lifting and foundation work.

Here it is helping to install 105 HEK-combi-piles, each 33.5 metres long and with a weight of 12.3 tonnes each, as foundations for the new town hall of the municipality of Albrandswaard As an auxiliary crane, it will perform important tasks within the entire foundation work.

The duty cycle crane will be lifting the formwork for the drilling, inserting the Octicon® prefabricated piles used on this construction site into the borehole and filling it with mortar using a bucket.

The trend in civil engineering is clear: longer and longer piles and sheet piles are being used, the piling equipment is becoming significantly heavier: the SENNEBOGEN 6100 E is already up to these future challenges today.


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