Telescopic Mobile Crane LTM 1300-6.2

The LTM 1300-6.2 features user-friendly setup functions

The LTM 1300-6.2 features user-friendly setup functions

Liebherr has designed the new 6-axle mobile crane on the one hand as a classic folding jib crane so that it can be used with the same speed and flexibility as a 5-axle model by crane operators. On the other hand, the LTM 1300-6.2 is the only 300-tonner on the market and is therefore the smallest crane on the market with a luffing lattice jib.

The LTM 1300-6.2 is the successor to the time-tested LTM 1250-6.1. The new LTM 1300-6.2 features a longer telescopic boom of 78 m and an increased lifting capacity. The new LTM 1300-6.2 from Liebherr is the most powerful 300-tonner available on the mobile crane market. On the one hand it is a simple, classic folding jib crane whilst on the other it is the smallest luffing jib crane on the market providing crane operators with a low cost entry point into the luffing jib crane class.

A completely new concept for the superstructure drive unit has been used on the LTM 1300-6.2. Instead of the twin-engine concept normally used on cranes in this class, the 300-tonner is powered by a single engine with a mechanical shaft.

Technical Data

Max. lifting capacity 300 t
Telescopic boom 78 m
Max. lifting height 114 m
Engine output 450 kW / 612 CH/HP/PS
Drive/steering 12 x 8 x 12
Max. travel speed 80 km/h

Overview

Outstanding load capacity and a long boom system

Its particular high load capacity with its telescopic boom extended means that the LTM 1300-6.2 is ideal for erecting tower cranes. In addition to its 78 m telescopic boom a whole range of lattice jib systems is available which can equip the new crane for a wide range of applications.

Can be readied for use quickly with user-friendly setup functions

Liebherr has designed the new 6-axle mobile crane on the one hand as a classic folding jib crane so that it can be used with the same speed and flexibility as a 5-axle model by crane operators.

On the other hand, the LTM 1300-6.2 is the only 300-tonner on the market and is therefore the smallest crane on the market with a luffing lattice jib. For crane companies that want to extent their range of offerings with a luffing jib crane, the new 6-axle model from Liebherr is ideal for taking a first step into the luffing jib class.

All the setup functions such as ballasting and lattice jib erection are designed to be particularly user-friendly. The fixed jib can also be erected on its own, in other words without an auxiliary crane.

Convenient Liebherr controller with ECOmode

The LTM 1300-6.2 features the Liebherr LICCON2 crane controller which has now become established in a number of Liebherr mobile cranes. An add-on program has been developed for the new crane drive concept with just one engine and a mechanical shaft to allow the machine to be run with low fuel consumption. Using this so-called ECOmode the complete pump drive can be automatically disconnected when the engine is idling and then reconnected by the intelligent controller in a matter of seconds when it is required.

Innovative single-engine concept

A completely new concept for the superstructure drive unit has been used on the LTM 1300-6.2. Instead of the twin-engine concept normally used on cranes in this class, the 300-tonner is powered by a single engine with a mechanical shaft. Gear shafts are routed from the distributor gear in the substructure via two mitre gears through the centre of the slewing ring to the pump distributor gear in the superstructure.

A mechanical shaft ensures a particularly high efficiency level and low engine speeds in the chassis engine provide sufficient power for crane work. This ensures the economy of the new concept in terms of fuel consumption. The simplified engine concept puts Liebherr in an ideal position for modifying its diesel engines to meet the statutory emissions regulations. Other benefits over the use of a separate superstructure engine include a reduction in the amount of maintenance work and a reduction in weight. The lower weight can be used for load-bearing components, thus increasing the crane's load capacity.

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