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Sarens adds three new Demag cranes to Australian fleet

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Sarens Adds Three New Demag Cranes To Its Australian Fleet

Sarens Australia is pleased to announce the addition of three new cranes to support its Heavy Lift & Heavy Transport operations in the country. Because Sarens Australia supports the construction, mining, oil & gas, and heavy-lift & heavy haulage industries on both the West and East coasts of Australia, these three new crane models will be key to supporting clients in these markets. 

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The new Demag cranes were selected after careful consideration, and include: 

  • The AC130-5, which has a 130-tonne capacity and 60-metre main boom. This is a compact and strong five-axle crane measuring 14.45 metres long with a 2.75 metre carrier width. It has an SWL of 39.2 tonnes at a 10-metre radius, and SWL of 1.7 tonnes at a 54-metre radius. The AC130-5 can achieve a max height of 80.8 metres and max radius of 62.0 metres. Its outrigger footprint is 7.0m x 7.71m. 
  • The AC250-5, which has a 250-tonne capacity and 70-metre main boom. The most compact crane in its class, it measures 14.49 metres long with 5-axle steering, independent rear axle steering, and excellent manoeuvrability for tight work sites. It has an SWL of 66.0 tonnes at 10-metre radius, and SWL of 1.9 tonnes at a 66-metre radius. The AC250-5 can achieve a max height of 101.8 metres and max radius of 78.0 metres. Its outrigger footprint is 8.4m x 8.86m.
  • The AC300-6, which has a 300-tonne capacity and 80-metre main boom that can perform jobs at heights up to 78 metres or 74-metre radius without rigging a jib. This six-axle crane is strong, versatile, and the smallest Demag AC crane with a luffing jib. It has an SWL of 86.9 tonnes at a 10-metre radius, and SWL of 2.2 tonnes at a 74-metre radius. The AC300-6 can achieve a max height of 119.9 metres and max radius of 86.0 metres. Its outrigger footprint is 8.48m x 8.68m.

Because safety is critical to Sarens operations worldwide, Sarens has ensured that each crane meets strict SHEQ requirements, as is standard for cranes equipped with modern technology. 

Sarens looks forward to serving its clients in Australia with these three powerful new cranes. The AC130-5 has already arrived in the country, with the AC250-5 and AC300-6 following directly from the factory in Germany. The three cranes will be available to serve clients in the Queensland area and beyond starting in the new year.

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AMSJ Nov 2021