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Eisele expands crane fleet

German rental company Eisele has taken delivery of three Terex All Terrain cranes and a Spierings mobile self-erecting tower crane.

The Terex All Terrains include two 140 tonne AC 140 Compacts and a 60 tonne Challenger 3180, while the Spierings is a six axle, 60 metre SK1265-AT6 model.

The five axle AC140 has a chassis length of 11.7 metres and features a 60 metre main boom plus 9.1 to 33 metre extension. At a radius of seven metres the crane can lift 70 tonnes. The three axle 3180 has a 50 metre main boom as well as a 16 metre bi-fold swingaway extension and can lift 37.9 tonnes at a four metre radius.
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Eisele's three Terex All Terrain cranes

Rocco Schimmel, engineering consultant at Eisele, said: “The AC 140 is the most compact five-axle crane out there. This comes in real handy when you have precious little space available on your job site. This is why we will be using these two cranes mostly for erecting tower cranes and carrying out demolition and industrial assembly work.”
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Claus Eisele of Eisele with Terex Cranes sales representative Michale Zieger

Regarding the Challenger 3180, Schimmel added: “In this case, the decisive factor in the company’s purchase decision was the combination of a 50 metre long main boom with a compact three-axle chassis. This makes the Challenger the perfect option for lighter assembly projects, relatively close to our location. It’s also the perfect substitute for a larger 80 tonne crane whenever we have projects for which we just need the extra boom length, and not the actual extra lifting capacity.”
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Eisele's new Spierings SK1265-AT6

Founded in 1988 and based in Zweibrücken, German, the crane and heavy haulage company operates throughout Europe with a fleet of cranes topped by a 1,200 tonne Liebherr LTM 11200-9.1. The company also runs a fleet of aerial work platforms and telehandlers.


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