LIEBHERR LTM 1500-8.1
The suspension system consists of hydropneumatically suspended axles and an automated leveling mechanism. The axle pairs’ loads are balanced, and the suspension can be hydraulically locked. 43’44” is the turning radius at the outside front axle, and 23’5″ is the turning radius inside, between the outriggers.
A semi-integral power steering system, dual circuit system, hydraulic servo system, and additional backup pump operated by an axle power this perforᴍᴀɴce. An all-wheel, servo-air brake dual circuit system powers the brakes. Additionally, there is a retarder, Telma-type eddy current brake, which is an electromagnetic braking system that relieves the primary braking system by dissipating much of the braking energy. A spring-loaded hand brake is present as well, and it operates on all wheels connected to axles 4 through 8.
To prevent the burst of pipes and hoses, safety equipment like the Liccon safe indication, test system, hoist limit switches, and safety valves are used. Two self-centering joysticks and pedal switches for telesᴄᴏᴘing make up the crane controls. Crane movements can be made infinitely variable by controlling the hydraulic pumps’ displacement. By altering the diesel engine, additional working speed control is possible.
Liebherr – LG 1750 and LTM 11200-9.1
The largest telesᴄᴏᴘic boom in the world in conjunction with the highest load capacity of a Liebherr all-terrain crane. For the boom, lattice extensions are also available. The 9-axle chassis incorporates the speed-dependent dynamic rear-axle steering that was created here. A significant increase in load capacity is produced by the Y-guying on the telesᴄᴏᴘic boom. The LTM 11200-9.1 is ideally suited for building wind turbines thanks to its long telesᴄᴏᴘic boom, Y-guying, and quick-erect truss equipment.
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