Two new G-2 series models will be the main attraction in the crane section of the Kobelco stand at Bauma 2019. The 90-metric ton capacity CKE900G-2 and the 300-metric ton capacity CKE3000G-2 will make their global debut.

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Kobelco will show two cranes from its new G-2 series, including the CKE3000G-2 (pictured)

With a maximum lifting capacity of 200,000 pounds, the CKE900G-2 has a boom length that spans from 40 to 200 feet. The fixed jib offers a maximum lifting capacity of 24,000 pounds. The maximum combination between the two is 190 feet + 60 feet.

The CKE900G-2’s engine is a 285-hp 2100-rpm HINO four-cycle, water-cooled, vertical inline, direct-injection, turbo-charged model with an intercooler. Its main and auxiliary winches have a maximum line speed of 390 feet per minute and a rated single-line line pull of 46,800 lbf. It has an operating weight of 198,500 pounds and a transport weight of 95,800 pounds plus 69,100 pounds of counterweight.

The CKE3000G-2 has a maximum lifting capacity of 661,300 pounds with a crane boom length from 78 to 295 feet. Its fixed jib offers a maximum lifting capacity of 58,600 pounds with a maximum jib length of 100 feet. The maximum combination between the two is 256 feet + 100 feet offering a maximum reach of 356 feet.

The crawler’s engine is a 450-hp 2100-rpm Scania four-cycle, water-cooled, vertical inline, direct-injection, turbo-charged model with an intercooler. The crane’s main and auxiliary winches are offered in non-free fall or optional free fall capabilities, and a rated single-line line pull of 61,640 lbf. It has an operating weight of 721,075 pounds, minimum car body transport weight of 93,615 pounds and a maximum of 352,795 pounds of counterweight.

 

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