Nine Sennebogens to go on show at IFAT

Recycling equipment specialist Sennebogen is to showcase nine machines at this year’s IFAT trade fair, presenting an almost complete family recycling machines to industry professionals.

The 825 E Electro Battery with Powerhand and Vario Tool The 825 E Electro Battery with Powerhand and Vario Tool. (PHOTO: Sennebogen)

Among the equipment displayed at the event, which caters to the waste and raw materials sectors and will take place in from 13 to 17 May in Munich, Germany, will be the Sennebogen 825 E Electro Battery, the 824 G material handler and, making its world premiere, the brand new 826 G model.

While specific details about the new 826 G material handler have not yet been revealed, its sister machine, the 824 G, is also making its equipment exhibition debut.

The recently launched material handler has a reach of 12 m and an operating weight of 26.3 t.

Sennebogen, which described the machine as “a real all-rounder in the recycling and scrap yard”, said that in addition to offering impressive performance, the 824 G provides also a “pleasant workpace” for operators.

This comes in the form of the MaxCab comfort cab, which can be raised by 2.8 m to give operators improved visibilitywhen carrying out recycling activities. 

The spotlight will also be put on the company’s 825 Electro Battery with Powerhand and Vario Tool, will be featured for recycling construction materials at the event’s Live Demo area.

A battery-powered material handler that is designed to offer users increased flexibility, the 825 E features a fully hydraulic and multifunctional quick-change system and a discardable

“Various attachments such as scrap shears and orange peel grabs can be used flexibly with the same machine and can be changed very easily by the driver from the cab in a very short time,” said Sennebogen.

“The modern 825 E with a reach of 14 metres and an operating weight of 30.4 tons works without restrictions thanks to the Dual Power Management both in battery mode and with cable-operated power supply and is therefore highly practical for the recycling industry”.

For the event’s live demostrations, the 825 E Electro Battery and the 825 Demolition version of the model, which is said to enable “simple and cost-effective transportation thanks to its discardable counterweight”, will be put through their paces on recycling construction materials applications.

A further two machines, the 822 G material handler and the 340 G telehandler will also be shown. 

The manufacturer’s machines will be displayed both indoors at its 400-sq-m booth in hall C5,(No. 451/550) and at the VDMA outdoor demo area, where visitors will be able to see equipment in action.

The 4-tonne 340 G Multiline telehandler has a load capacity of up to 4 t and a reach height of 7.7 m. 

According to Sennebogen, the model “combines the advantages of telehandler and wheel loader technology in a unique machine and shines in particular with its unique selling point, the Multicab cab”.

“The most modern cab of its kind can be continuously raised to an eye level of 4.10 metres and impresses with its large glass surfaces including a 360-degree all-round view,” said the manufacturer, which added: “This ensures maximum safety when loading material and manoeuvring.”

Leila Steed Editor, Demolition & Recycling International Tel: +44(0) 1892 786 261 E-mail: [email protected]
Peter Collinson International Sales Manager Tel: +44 (0) 1892 786220 E-mail: [email protected]