In its endeavor to keep bringing intelligent features in its products, Liebherr offers a unique product that combines the features of two cranes into one: it’s mobile construction crane in the MK series has the mobility features of a classic mobile crane along with the functional benefits of a tower crane.

The extremely maneuverable taxi cranes in the MK series are designed for one-man operation, which saves the additional expense on personnel required for transport and erection. The crane operator can drive, erect and operate the cranes using remote control in a height adjustable operator cabin. The vertical tower enables the crane to get very close to the building so that entire jib length can be used at all times.

With their variable steering and active rear axle steering, the cranes can be moved into almost any gap, and can be used for various applications in a single job day. They have the chassis of an art truck and electronic modes of travel are available for assisting the operator.

MK mobile construction cranes are most suitable where space is a constraint, as they require very little space to assemble and operate. The cranes are available in two models: MK88 with maximum 8-ton capacity and 45m jib with tip load of 2.2 tons. MK140 has a maximum 8-ton capacity, with jib of 58.5m and tip load of 1.9 tons. MK140 with jib in luffing mode has a height under hook of 94.4m.

MK 88 mobile construction crane

The MK 88 mobile construction crane has a compact, maneuverable design, which makes it perfect for jobs in dense areas of cities. The crane is frequently used as a taxi crane and is highly adaptable and popular for short-term hoisting work.

Standard: EN 14439
Lines: 2
Max. lifting capacity: 8,000 kg
Lifting capacity at max. radius: 2,200 kg
Max. hook height: 30.20 m
Luffed jib position: 15 / 30 / 45°

MK 140 mobile construction crane

The MK 140 mobile construction crane is a compact five-axle model whose capacity in its crane class has previously been the domain of cranes with a higher axle class. The MK 140 has a transport dimension of little less than 16.0 m with a 62.5 m jib carried on board.

Standard: EN 14439
Lines: 2
Max. lifting capacity: 8,000 kg
Lifting capacity at max. radius: 1,900 kg
Max. hook height: 39.90 m
Luffed jib position: 70°

Liebherr MK series of 2-in-1 Mobile Construction Crane

Lifting & Specialized Transport — October-December 2018

Click Here
To Know More or to Contact the Manufacturer
Please let us know your name.
Invalid Input
Please let us know your Designation.
Please let us know your Contact Number.
Please let us know your email address.
Please brief your query.
Our other Value-Added Services:

To receive updates through e-mail on Products, New Technologies & Equipment, please select the Product Category(s) you are interested in and click 'Submit'. This will help you save time plus you will get the best price quotations from many manufacturers, which you can then evaluate and negotiate.

Invalid Input
Invalid Input
Invalid Input
Terex continues to strengthen its foothold in India’s Construction Equipment Market by bringing in new technologies, expanding its product portfolio, and entering new construction territories. Having marked its entry

Read more ...

Tower crane manufacturers are expanding their range with newer models and making them more cost-effective as cost of production rises and competition heats up. NBM&CW investigates.

Read more ...

A new digital platform has been launched to disrupt and simplify the process of crane rental procurement. MYCRANE – a global business-to-business (B2B) platform allows users to submit details of their lifting requirements

Read more ...

Demand for safe, versatile, and reliable material handling products like Telehandlers is growing across a wide spectrum of applications in India, says Deepak Shetty, CEO & Managing Director, JCB India.

Read more ...

The wolf is known for its adaptability and strength, which also distinguish the red WOLFFs on construction sites around the world. Latest proof is provided by two WOLFF 1250 B luffing jib cranes on the

Read more ...

Sinoboom Electric Articulating Boom Lifts Launched in Southeast Asia To mark the arrival of Sinoboom AB14EJ and AB16EJ articulating boom lifts into the Schmetterling rental fleet, a product launch event was held to showcase the series of Sinoboom machines at their

Read more ...

Enerpac has introduced new split-flow pump upgrade kits that provide the ability to network multiple pumps and coordinated lift points for higher accuracy synchronisation. The new split-flow kits allow

Read more ...

Alpha continues its leadership in mobile tower crane segment with its SG 24X30 self erecting mobile tower crane in technical collaboration with SOIMA of Portugal which delivers solutions for challenges on

Read more ...

With construction of major infra projects seeing a revival, expectations are rife that the market for mobile cranes will soon witness higher sales, including of the new, more advanced products

Read more ...

Liebherr Mining is gearing up to showcase its new mining solutions portfolio at the world’s largest mining trade show, MINExpo International 2021 in Las Vegas, USA, from September 13–15, 2021. Covering a total area

Read more ...

Tower crane anti-collision and zone protection systems are now an essential safety attachment to prevent collisions with other tower cranes and nearby structures. P.V. Ramdev, MD - Everest Engineering

Read more ...

Spartan has many awards and certifications to boast of; according to Vikram Mehta, MD, Spartan Engineering Industries, the reasons lie in the company’s focus on design and development of components

Read more ...

Top Material Handling Equipment suppliers, namely KION India, Jungheinrich India, Hyundai, Godrej, ACE, and ElectroMech-Yale are providing end-to-end Intra-Logistics Solutions and gearing up to meet the anticipated

Read more ...

We are very optimistic and bullish about the market in 2021 and expect the market volume for MHEs to have a very robust growth over that of 2020.

Read more ...

With modernisation of the logistic sector, expansion of warehousing and logistic hubs across the country, and growing e-commerce, we expect at least 20% growth y-o-y in this segment

Read more ...

We are expecting a double digit y-o-y growth of 18-20% this year, when the market is expected to cross 13000 units, led by demand from FMCG Warehousing, Rentals, and e-Commerce

Read more ...

There is a perceptible shift towards products with cleaner, greener and smarter technology in the warehouse equipment segment. Data for FY21 shows that electric powered equipment occupies 56% of the MH market

Read more ...

“With focus on environment and sustainability, electric material handling equipment is being more widely accepted. Battery-operated electric forklifts and pallet trucks will become part of ‘smart’ warehouses”

Read more ...

ElectroMech is getting involved with material handling equipment beyond industrial overhead cranes. We have added Yale forklifts from Hyster Yale Group (USA) to our portfolio, and are offering aerial work platforms

Read more ...

25 Liebherr tower cranes are involved in the construction of the Überseequartier, a new district in Hamburg. This is part of the well-known HafenCity urban development project and comprises 14 buildings of various

Read more ...

×
Sign-up for Free Subscription
'India Construction Week'
Weekly e-Newsletter on Construction Industry
Get the latest news, product launches, projects announced / awarded, government policies, investments, and expert views.