German crane hire Seeland based in Hamburg takes delivery of a stunning new Grove GMK5250XL-1.
Last week Manitowoc handed over this beautiful new GROVE GMK5250XL-1 to Gustav Seeland GmbH from Hamburg in Germany.
The new 250t mobile crane with 78,5m main boom will be the strongest and longest mobile crane in Seeland‘s highly professional crane fleet.
Due to the enormous reach and strong lifting capacities, our new GROVE crane fits perfect into our fleet to provide professional lifting and transport solutions to our clients on their wide range of construction, energy and infrastructure projects“, says Johann Evers, Managing Director of Gustav Seeland GmbH.
The GROVE GMK5250XL-1 offers strong lifting capacities, e.g. with the fully extended main boom of 78,5m the crane is able to lift 9.9 t out to 22 m radius.
The crane fits well into tight jobsites due to its compact dimensions on overall length and boom overhang, as well as its very compact outrigger footprint of 7,8m only.
The optional MAXbase variable outrigger positioning system brings flexibility to jobsite, offering more than 40 odd outrigger positions as well as increased load capacities compared to standard 360° curves.
The crane is powered by a Mercedes single-engine design with Euromot V emission stage, which is also HVO (Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil) compatible. The fuel saver helps to run the crane economically and reduces fuel costs by up to 30% compared to the previous five-axle crane models with earlier emission stages.
Well known features such as MEGATRAK® independent suspension, all-wheel steering and the new boom configurator for fast and optimal boom set-up are equipped standard.
Optionally available are the bird-view 270° camera system and boom head camera with zoom to give better visibility around and from above the crane on site.