Liebherr introduces its smallest mobile construction crane
Liebherr recently launched the MK 73-3.1, a mobile construction crane reported being the smallest in Liebherr’s mobile construction crane family.
Mobile construction cranes are predetermined to be used as taxi cranes and with this in mind, the Mk 73-3.1 is designed for one-man operation.
This crane is ready for use in about 10 minutes. MK73-3.1 does not require additional transport vehicles. Electrically operated cranes can be operated with site power or by its integrated generator.
The company said the single-engine concept is familiar with the librarian’s mobile crane, and its ECO mode feature ensures reliable travel and economical operation.
For the MK 73-3.1, Liebherr chose proven technology in a compact form. The small mobile construction crane combines all the features of its larger sibling, the Mk 88-4.1. With a total length of 13.80 meters, width of 2.75 meters and height of 4.0 meters, it is compact. It provides a maximum load capacity of 6 tonnes.
News Source: ConstructionWorld