Liebherr has successfully wrapped up it's impressive 2018 Customer Days event at its mobile crane facility in Ehingen, Germany. Established in the early 1990s and taking place every three years, the Customer Days event has grown substantially. This year 3,000 customers from over 80 countries descended on the sprawling factory grounds to see first-hand the impressive range of cranes on display.
Autonomous Solutions, Inc. (ASI) and Liebherr Mining Equipment Newport News Co. (Liebherr) have announced that Liebherr's new autonomous ready haul trucks will be compatible with ASI's autonomous command and control platform; MOBIUS. Liebherr's vision of an autonomous haul truck includes an open interface that enables the truck to integrate to ASI's Mobius platform. Liebherr's autonomous vehicles can be controlled under an OEM agnostic command system for autonomous vehicles, providing maximum flexibility for their customers.
Liebherr presents its first generation 6 pipelayer at Conexpo 2017. The new RL 56 Litronic provides a lifting capacity of 72 tonnes / 158,733 lbs. and comes with a state of the art Diesel engine, complying with Tier 4f /Stage IV emissions standards.
Liebherr has extended its mobile crane product range with an additional series of rough-terrain cranes in the 90-tonne (100 USt) and 100-tonne (110 USt) classes. The Liebherr Rough-Terrain cranes LRT 1090-2.1 and LRT 1100-2.1 will be unveiled to the public at the Conexpo in Las Vegas in March 2017.
The new PR 746 Litronic crawler tractor has an operating weight of 28,900 to 30,800 kg and is powered by a 185- kW (252 hp) Liebherr diesel engine. The largest of the series, the PR 756, has an operating weight of 38,300 to 41,150 kg and an engine output of 250 kW (340 hp).
Drawing on extensive practical experience with the proven PR 752 Litronic push dozer, Liebherr is moving its crawler range up a notch with the PR 764 Litronic.
The HS 825 HD Litron-ic duty-cycle crawler crane is the strongest in the 40-tonne market segment of Liebherr duty-cycle crawler cranes. Taking into account its weight class, the HS 825 HD Litronic embodies an exceptionally universal machine concept. Its robust design makes it the ideal machine for a whole host of operations, including those with dragline bucket, material-handling grapple, diaphragm-wall grab or casing oscillator, as well as straightforward lifting operations. One and the same machine thus provides the operator with great flexibility in the most diverse construction-site operations. What is more, a maximum rate of utilization results in excellent cost effectiveness.
Ttears down in less than two hours)he new, highly mobile (sets up or250-ton Liebherr LR 1200 crawler crane can operate with a 292-foot maximum main boom, 384-foot long-reach “L” type top and 486 feet of luffing jib combination. The luffing jib outlifts 300-ton rated cranes, and no additional winch option is required to run two load lines. A midfall short insert is available that can be put in different locations with the same jib length. And fixed jibs, roosters (detachable upper boom point) and LR 1280 luffing jib are interchangeable throughout the LR model line. Line speeds range from 425 fpm standard to 725 fpm with optional high-speed winch. Line pull is 27,000 pounds on top layer (38,600 pounds on first layer).