Liebherr unveiled its third Rough Terrain crane at Bauma today, the 130 tonne, two axle LRT 1130-2.1 with a seven section 60 metre main boom, which it claims is the longest on any two axle Rough Terrain crane.
A 10.8 metre to 19 metre bi-fold swingaway extension with offsets of up to 40 degrees can be extended with a seven metre insert for a maximum tip height to around 88 metres. A 2.9 metre assembly jib can be stowed on the left side of the boom. A side folding auxiliary boom nose/rooster sheave is also available.
The unit has an overall width of 3.4 metres, and an overall height of 3.85 metres, while the chassis length is 9.4 metres. The optimum transport weight is 48 tonnes with swingaway and hook block, but none of the 20 tonne counterweight. The unit comes with a high standard specification, including tilting cab and Variobase variable outrigger set up.
Liebherr launched its modern Rough Terrain line up in 2016 with the 90 tonne LRT 1090-2.1 and 100 tonne LRT 1100-2.1. See: Liebherr confirms RTs