German crane and access rental and heavy haulage company, Hack Schwerlastservice has taken delivery of a new 110 tonne LTM 1110-5.1 All Terrain crane.
The five axle crane has a 60 metre seven section main boom, topped by a 10.8 to 19 metre bi-fold lattice swingaway extension. Two additional inserts are also available to install between the boom nose and the extension taking it to 33 metres, for a maximum tip height of 97 metres.
The crane will be used for jobs such as lifting prefabricated concrete parts, assembling air conditioning units and assembling construction machinery.
Company owner, Udo Hack said: “We needed an additional five axle crane in our fleet. The LTM 1110-5.1 will expand our Koblenz branch and fits very well between our 100 tonne cranes and the LTM 1150-5.3. With 12 tonne axle loads, it can carry 13.4 tonnes of ballast this allows us to use it particularly economically, as it does not need a separate vehicle for counterweight for many tasks.”
Founded in 1959 and based in Neuwied, between Cologne and Frankfurt, Hack runs a fleet of more than 36 cranes including city, truck and All Terrain cranes from 12 locations. It also has a transport, haulage and recovery division, and a fleet of aerial work platforms.