City Replacement | Vertikal.net
German crane rental and access company Dunkel Autokran has taken delivery of a 45 tonne Tadano AC 3.045-1 City.
The new crane replaces the aging Demag AC 40 City crane and features a 31.2 meter five-section section with the option of extending from 7.1 to 13 meters with up to 30 degrees of extension and a height maximum peak of 47 meters. The three-axle crane has a fully equipped total weight of 34 tons, with maximum axle loads of 12 tons, it is also possible to configure it with 10 axle loads by reducing the counterweight and removing the extension. All three axles steer and drive with six steering configurations.
Sebastian Dunkel, Managing Director, said: “We were so pleased with the reliability and performance of our City crane that it would have been almost impossible for us to choose anything other than the current AC 3.045-1 City, especially that all the research confirmed to us that it was an incredible machine, ”
“It’s an extremely compact crane, which makes it very maneuverable and combines that with a lot of power, both when lifting normally and when telescoping under load. And for work in industrial installations, it can even work in low buildings with steep boom positions and move quite large loads thanks to its compact 7.8 meter boom base section.
Dunkel is based in Herscheid to the east of Düsseldorf with a branch in Meschede to the northeast, closer to Dortmund. The company’s fleet includes all-terrain cranes up to five axles of 250 tonnes, spider cranes from Jekko, as well as a full range of aerial work platforms, including truck stands and aerial work platforms. spiders, as well as forklifts and telehandlers.