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Sennebogen ready to set new standards

Sennebogen will launch its new Multi Line product at the upcoming IFAT trade show in Munich. Also to be presented to the public for the first time will be the company’s ‘completely redeveloped’ 355 E telehandler.

‘The new Multi Line model is much more than just a telehandler and is already setting standards in heavy material handling – ideal for demanding recycling applications or for handling secondary raw materials,’ says Sennebogen. The Sennebogen 355 E model has an operating weight of 11.5 tonnes, a maximum stacking height of 8.5 metres and lifting capacities of up to 5.5 tonnes.

‘It not only offers versatile application options but also provides power reserves for a diverse range of attachments,’ the manufacturer goes on to state.

Talking about the 355 E’s stand-out features, Sennebogen highlights the all-round view afforded by the elevating Multicab. The cab height can be continuously adjusted at the touch of a button to an eye height of 4.2 metres. None of the machine components obstruct the view – ‘an unbeatable advantage’ which enables the driver to see into every walking floor trailer or container so the material can be loaded even more accurately.

With its ‘particularly robust construction’, the Sennebogen 355 E is said to be designed to tackle tough challenges while all of its high-quality components are optimised for ‘uncompromising durability’. At the same time, a 103 kW diesel engine keeps the ‘perfectly coordinated’ compact drive transmission running smoothly.

Whether customers are looking for a high-speed option with a 40 km per hour travel drive, hydraulic level adjustment, compressed air brake and trailer hitch or various hydraulic options, each machine can be configured individually and also fitted with retrofit options if desired.

Find Sennebogen at booth 241/340 in Hall C5.

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