Sennebogen introduces the new generation of 825 E material handlers

Tracked and wheeled versions available with diesel or electric power.

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February 6, 2017
RTGE Staff
Equipment & Products

Sennebogen says the new generation of its 825 material handler completes the company’s range of material handling machines for use in the timber handling, recycling and scrap handling sectors. With a service weight of 28.8 short tons in the wheeled version and 32 short tons in the crawler version, the 825 E covers a range of material handling applications, the company says.

The 825 E offers a length of 12 metres (39 feet) to 14 metres (45 feet), depending on the undercarriage, and ULM stick variants. The modular system also offers customer-specific versions with special undercarriages, as well as stationary solutions and electric drives. The Maxcab, which can elevate to a height of 2.7 metres (nearly 9 feet), offers a comfort cab with sliding door, a comfort seat and automated heater/air conditioner, creating a pleasant work environment for the operator. The elevated position and large windows give the operator an overview of the work site.

The Sennebogen 825 E is equipped with a 129-kilowatt diesel engine, which is either Tier 4f or Tier 3a compliant, depending on the version. With the company’s Green Efficiency technologies and its E-Series features, customers can expect a reduction in fuel consumption of up to 25% compared to previous series, Sennebogen says.

As an alternative to the conventional diesel engine, the 825 also is available in an electro-hydraulic drive with a 110-kilowatt electric engine. Operating costs are reduced by as much as 50%. The electric version also offers low noise and the ability to work without stopping to refuel.

Sennebogen is based in Germany with a U.S. subsidiary, Sennebogen LLC, based in Stanley, North Carolina.