Experience Sennebogen's big recycling future at Ifat 2022Published 4/7, 2022 at 09:06
As big and with as many innovations as never before, Sennebogen says it is once again setting significant standards for the future of the recycling industry at Ifat and presented, among other things, new battery powered material handlers.
Amongst the products being launched by Sennebogen are a 19t battery powered material handler, the 22t recycling material handler 8.22 from the new G-series as well as the 4t telehandler 3.40 G that has just been launched on the market. These could be found at the company’s 300 m³ + booth in hall C5, No. 241/340 and at the VDMA outdoor area (which featured live demonstrations, biomass and construction material recycling).
With the new battery powered material handlers, Sennebogen has added to its electric series with free moving models that combine the best of both machine concepts. This is due to its mobile battery models enabling the operator to work even when the machine is connected to the power grid for recharging.
The 4t telescopic loader 3.40 G, which was recently launched on the market, also celebrated its trade show premiere. The completely new development is not only designed to be visually appealing, it additionally provides impressive performance data and a stacking height of 7.70m, as well as its unique selling point, the ‘Multicab’. The company says this is the most modern cab of its kind and can be raised to an eye level of 4m to provide what Sennebogen says is the best all round visibility in recycling operations. Sennebogen also be presented another model from its new machine generation portfolio, the 8.22 G-Series. This 22t new edition is said to not only impress with its great system performance and reach, but also offers maximum operator comfort and safety, as do all machines in the G series.
Visitors to Ifat were also able to see the power of Sennebogen machines in action. At the VDMA Demonstration Days, Sennebogen recycling experts demonstrated their skills in biomass recycling and construction materials recycling.