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The MK really shows its strengths when space is at a premium. The MK requires very little space for assembly and operation.
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Only one person is required to transport, assemble and operate the crane. No expensive additional transport and extra assembly personnel are required.
The vertical tower allows Liebherr mobile construction cranes to be used right next to the building. Use the full jib length with high lifting capacities at the jib head.
High mobility without enormous logistics – arrive, hoist, move on, with no additional transport.
Their active rear axle steering enables Liebherr mobile construction cranes to get into any gap.
Alternative drive systems and electromobility are among the biggest drivers of the future when it comes to zero emissions construction sites. Ever more stringent regulations relating to air purity from local authorities and the EU are accelerating this trend.
Awareness of more ecologically sound drive systems is also rising in construction machinery – with electrical drive units becoming more and more common on construction sites.
E-mode: Our MK mobile construction cranes can be operated silently with zero emissions on site, and the whole system is very economical and sustainable using a site power supply.
To ensure that they can be operated reliably, MK cranes also have a diesel-powered generator which can be used if necessary – and is also particularly economical as a result of the extremely low power consumption of the drive units.
Cable bridge, Munich (D)
BP refinery, Lingen (D)
Department store renovation, Siegen (D)
Solar roof on building materials store, Augsburg (D)
Amazon building, Munich-Riem (D)
Schouten gates, Rotterdam (NL)
Valley bridge, Wetzlar (D)
Production hall, Telfs (A)
Constricted space, high handling capacity with high precision – MK mobile construction cranes from Liebherr are convincing on every job, even in extreme conditions.
|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°|
Every day, enthusiastic crane drivers and customers from all over the world take the opportunity to collect their new Liebherr mobile construction crane straight from the production plant in Biberach an der Riss, Germany. To ensure that you can look back at this experience for a long time to come, we take a photograph of the ceremonial handover of the keys for you to keep.
A fast-erecting crane mounted on a truck chassis for the very first time
Development of the MK 40 and MK 45 mobile construction cranes on a conventional truck chassis.
The birth of the new generation of MK mobile construction cranes.
The chassis and crane configuration are a completely new development.
Inspired by the great success of the MK 80 launched in 2001, the new MK 100 was developed with a five-axle chassis and a jib length of 52 m.
With the 45° super luffed position of the jib, the first of its kind on a mobile construction crane, the MK 63 achieves a hook height of 47.9 m, unique for this time in this crane class. Furthermore, this model also featured a remote diagnostic facility by data transfer.
The new MK 88 set new standards in terms of size, equipment and performance in the four-axle class. A larger crane configuration enabled the maximum values for hook height and radius to be significantly increased.
The MK 140 is a compact five-axle model which opens up a whole new dimension of performance in this crane class. Performance which previously was only possible from higher axle classes. The real highlight of this product is its special “luffing mode”. This mode enables a luffed jib position of up to 70°.
Liebherr has updated its existing four-axle crane and will present the new MK 88-4.1 at Bauma 2019. The additional number at the end of the product name reflects the 4 axles and that it is the first version of this crane type. Featuring proven MK technology, this mobile construction crane is even more powerful and flexible than its predecessor. This is especially evident in a luffed jib position.