ATF-140-5.1 All Terrain Crane

The ATF‑140‑5.1 redefines efficiency. Its excellent lifting capacities mean it can be put to use in all kinds of scenarios. It also boasts top capacity utilisation and cost-effectiveness. The ATF‑140‑5.1 offers impressive flexibility and transport optimisation thanks to its transport-optimised counterweight options. During its overhaul in readiness for EU Stage V, the ATF‑140‑5.1 was fitted with a new power train with exhaust after-treatment system as well as a new gearing mechanism.

The ATF‑140‑5.1’s lifting capacities are outstanding across all radii. At a radius of just 3 m, the ATF‑140‑5.1’s 60 m main boom can lift 99.8 t across 360°, which is up to 17 t more than its competitors. At its maximum radius of 56 m, it is the only crane of its kind to lift more than 2 t. And with a boom extension, the ATF‑140‑5.1 covers a work space which is unique in its class, with a hook height of 93.5 m and a work radius of 72 m.

The ATF‑140‑5.1 also makes an impression with the highly flexible and transport-optimised division of its counterweights – with a 12 t axle load, it has enough reserves for 8.3 t of counterweight, and alternatively for 6 t when the 18 m boom extension is attached. Even with 31.8 t of counterweight, the crane’s width remains unchanged at 2.75 m, making it predestined for use in scenarios where space is limited.

What’s more, the ATF‑140‑5.1 moves about on a robust and manoeuvrable carrier. The chassis is unparalleled in terms of its all-terrain mobility and can cope effortlessly with inclines of up to 72%. With new assistance systems such as hill start assist and a rock-free function, as well as Drive and Power programs, the ATF‑140‑5.1 is even safer, more economical and quieter when in use than its predecessors.

ATF-140-5.1 All Terrain Crane

The ATF‑140‑5.1 redefines efficiency. Its excellent lifting capacities mean it can be put to use in all kinds of scenarios. It also boasts top capacity utilisation and cost-effectiveness. The ATF‑140‑5.1 offers impressive flexibility and transport optimisation thanks to its transport-optimised counterweight options. During its overhaul in readiness for EU Stage V, the ATF‑140‑5.1 was fitted with a new power train with exhaust after-treatment system as well as a new gearing mechanism.

The ATF‑140‑5.1’s lifting capacities are outstanding across all radii. At a radius of just 3 m, the ATF‑140‑5.1’s 60 m main boom can lift 99.8 t across 360°, which is up to 17 t more than its competitors. At its maximum radius of 56 m, it is the only crane of its kind to lift more than 2 t. And with a boom extension, the ATF‑140‑5.1 covers a work space which is unique in its class, with a hook height of 93.5 m and a work radius of 72 m.

The ATF‑140‑5.1 also makes an impression with the highly flexible and transport-optimised division of its counterweights – with a 12 t axle load, it has enough reserves for 8.3 t of counterweight, and alternatively for 6 t when the 18 m boom extension is attached. Even with 31.8 t of counterweight, the crane’s width remains unchanged at 2.75 m, making it predestined for use in scenarios where space is limited.

What’s more, the ATF‑140‑5.1 moves about on a robust and manoeuvrable carrier. The chassis is unparalleled in terms of its all-terrain mobility and can cope effortlessly with inclines of up to 72%. With new assistance systems such as hill start assist and a rock-free function, as well as Drive and Power programs, the ATF‑140‑5.1 is even safer, more economical and quieter when in use than its predecessors.

  • Max. Lifting Capacity: 140t
  • Boom: 12.8m – 60m
  • Boom extension HTLJ: 9m - 19m
  • Max. Sheave height: 95m
  • Max. radius: 72m
  • Engine: Mercedes-Benz (EU Stage V)
    Carrier: 390 kW (530 PS)
    Superstructure: 129 kW (175 HP)
  • Gear: 10 x 6 x 10 (optional: 10 x 8 x 10)
  • Dimensions: Length: 14.9m
    Width: 2.75m
    Height: 3.97m