For all recycling and sorting tasks, SENNEBOGEN presents the new 818 of the E-Series. The little brother of the 821 is impressive with its compact dimensions and the best consumption values. Wherever the task at hand is handling material in confined spaces, the new 818 triumphs – whether mobile, with crawler drive or stationary with electric drive.
Equipped with a 97 kW Cummins diesel engine that satisfies the current Stage IIIB directives with no compromises, the Sennebogen 818 is a completely new design and features optimized technology.
In Aschaffenburg Germany, in an initial trial implementation at the end of 2013 the machine was put to the test in practical application and it uniformly convinced operators and developers.
In the Bavarian city of Aschaffenburg, Bernhard Westarp KG specializes in disposal and further processing of metal waste of all types. The family-run business handles approximately 1000 t a day in the Ökopark development.
Here the new 818 M is deployed for sorting and loading activities on the entire site. However the machine also brings its strengths to bears inside the spacious halls, thanks to the compact dimensions.
The machine is particularly well-suited for sorting and loading paper or for recycling materials from the waste management industry.
With various equipment lengths and ULM stick, the new 818 E-Series is ideal for sorting tasks. With a space saving length of 4.8 m and width of 3.60 m, the 818 M can easily manoeuver. With a rear swing radius of less than 2.40 m, safe working is ensured even in the most confined space.
The new comfortable 'maXcab' is used for the first time in this machine class; it offers the operator an ideal overview and the highest level of work safety.
In Aschaffenburg, the machine primarily loads trucks with stamping scrap from the electrical industr. The compact design permits use even in the narrowest sorting boxes.
Operator, Klaus Janicki, has particular praise for the spacious, elevating 'maXcab' . With a viewing height of 5.5 m, and, thanks to the factory standard surround-view cameras, he always has the work area in view.
The proven Sennebogen Green Efficiency Technology delivers efficient operation at the lowest consumption values.
In test operation, diesel consumption of less than 12 litres per hour was determined in test implementation at Westarp - an outstanding result.
Single-digit consumption values are also possible depending on the work implementation.
Moreover, the company was able to confirm consumption reduction of as much as 20% when operating in ECO Mode.
The equipment of the 818 is available in four variants, offering a reach up to 10 m. Only one boom and one stick cylinder are necessary in order to move all the equipment - an important advantage in terms of maintenance and ease of service.
The arrangement of the cylinders below the equipment provides the sensitive seals additional protection against contamination due to falling particles and dust.
The generously dimensioned cooler guarantees optimal heat dissipation.
The material handling machine is able to perform even in the most rigorous recycling applications. Safe working loads to 6 t can be handled comfortably.
The proven modular principle ensures an optimal machine configuration. Undercarriage variants, from mobile to crawler drives to stationary solutions, offer individual equipment possibilities.
As an alternative to the conventional diesel engine, on customer request the 818 is also available with the proven electro-hydraulic drive concept. Operating costs reduced by as much as 50%, low noise and the ability to work without stopping to refuel, as well as maximum environmental compatibility, are the key advantages.