Kobelco Introduces New Telescopic Crawler Crane to Meet European Specs

Kobelco has upgraded its TK750G telescopic boom crawler crane to meet the needs of the European market. The new model, the TKE750G, has a maximum lifting capacity of 75 metric tonnes and is equipped with a Mercedes-Benz E9H01 (Daimler OM936LA) engine, compliant with Non-Road Mobile Machinery EU Stage V regulations. The TKE750G will be available from mid-2024 onwards.

Kobelco TK750G (Image: courtesy of Kobelco Construction Machinery)

The machine concept is built on the same tried and tested technology as the G series lattice boom crawler crane models offering high reliability, great utilization, and simple ease of operation by design alongside excellent durability and commonality across all the G series models.

Kobelco TK750G (Image: courtesy of Kobelco Construction Machinery)

Main features

  • Durability for foundation works: These machines are mainly used for foundation works using vibration hammers, auger drilling, and hammer-grabs for all casing methods, etc. The Kobelco telescopic boom crawler crane series includes a larger engine capacity, shorter boom length with higher winch capacity on standard main/auxiliary winches, and stronger, thicker wire ropes offering higher capability of foundation works in comparison with conventional telescopic crawlers on the market.
  • Purpose Built Durable Boom Design: The TKE750G is equipped with an exceptionally stiff 4-plate box structural boom that has been designed for foundation work. The boom’s light weight and durability have been achieved through optimizing materials, construction, and welding.Thanks to the short boom length with a side deflection-resistant fully powered boom, the crane is capable of taking on any job, especially on compact job-sites. The crane is equipped with a 22mm diameter wire rope with a 7.0 tonne rated line pull. The main and auxiliary winches are positioned vertically at the rear end of the machine, helping maintain a compact main body.
  • EU Stage V compliant powerful engine: The TKE750G is powered by a Mercedes-Benz E9H01 (Daimler OM936LA) 7.697l water-cooled, in-line 6-cylinder direct injection and turbo-charged engine, with a rated power output of 254kW/2,000 min-1, that is compliant with NRMM (Non-Road Mobile Machinery – Europe) EU Stage V regulations. This powerful engine offers higher hydraulic performance, especially important during foundation operation.
Image: courtesy of Kobelco Construction Machinery

Kobelco’s KCROSS (Kobelco Crane Remote Observation Satellite System) is also retained on the TKE750G model.
Machines fitted with KCROSS transmit working conditions, locations, and maintenance history to provide owners with fact-based information for their asset management.

Source: Kobelco Construction Machinery

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