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New six tonner from Klaas

German crane and aerial lift manufacturer Klaas has launched the K1100 RSX, a new longer boomed six tonne truck mounted aluminium crane.

The new K1100 RSX joins the current six tonne Klaas K1003, but features a five section 38 metre boom topped by an 18 metre four section telescopic luffing jib and offers a maximum tip height of just over 60 metres. Mounted on a 26 tonne chassis, it can lift two tonnes to a height of 37 metres at a 20 metre radius or take a tonne out to 35 metres at a height of 31 metres and handle 350kg at a radius of 45 metres and a height of 35 metres.

Features include a 2.5 tonne winch, a variable extending counterweight system, radio remote controls and automatic levelling. It also features a separate diesel power unit, while a hybrid drive is also available. Outrigger spread ranges from just under three metres to a fully extended at six metres. The crane has been deigned for applications where space is limited, and when modest loads need to be lifted at a long radius or height.
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The new longer boomed six tonne K1100 RSX truck mounted aluminium crane

The new model is the seventh in the Klaas truck mounted crane line while the company also produces a range of trailer cranes, aerial lifts, furniture lifts and elevators.
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The K1100 features a five section main boom topped by an four section telescopic luffing jib

A full write up and comparison on the product will be published in the aluminium truck crane feature of Cranes & Access magazine out on Friday.


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