LRT 1090-2.1 Rough-Terrain Crane

Our LRT 1090-2.1 rough-terrain crane was designed primarily to deliver a high safety level. It is fitted as standard with an outrigger monitor, which automatically detects the support status and includes it in the crane control system. You want even more safety? Then it is delivered as standard by the VarioBase® variable support base. It enhances flexibility on site and also increases the crane’s lifting capacity. The telescopic boom on the rough terrain crane features time-tested rope pull technology. This telescoping technology enables the boom to be extended quickly to any length using a two-stage hydraulic cylinder with a rope extension mechanism. The system is very easy to operate – it enables you to set the perfect lifting capacities using two different telescoping paths, for either power or length.
Max. load capacity 90 t
Telescopic boom 47 m
Max. hoist height 66 m
Max. radius 50 m
Number of axles 2

Technical data

Max. load capacity 90 t
at radius 2.50 m
Telescopic boom from 12.00 m
Telescopic boom up to 47.00 m
Lattice jib from 2.0 m
Lattice jib up to 19.0 m
Drive engine/make Cummins
Drive engine 6-Zylinder-Diesel
Drive engine/power 194 kW
Number of axles 2
Drive/Steering standard 4 x 4 x 4
Driving speed 25.00 km/h
Total ballast 12.00 t

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Technology

VarioBase®

VarioBase makes the crane’s support system variable. It enables each outrigger to be extended to a different length. This enhances safety – particularly in constricted spaces. And what's more, the crane’s lifting capacities are significantly increased, particularly over the outriggers and depending on the configuration.

ECOmode

ECOmode minimises both fuel consumption and noise emissions when operating the crane superstructure. The crane operator sets the required working speed using the control lever. The LICCON 2 control system calculates the perfect engine speed for the diesel engine.

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