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LRH 100 Is Liebherr’s Smallest Piling Rig

Thu July 07, 2011 - National Edition
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The LRH 100 is equipped with a powerful and emission-optimized 362 hp (270 kW) Liebherr diesel engine and can be transported in one piece with the hammer mounted.
The LRH 100 is equipped with a powerful and emission-optimized 362 hp (270 kW) Liebherr diesel engine and can be transported in one piece with the hammer mounted.

The LRH 100 is the smallest representative of the range of piling rigs with fixed and swinging leaders. The LRH 100 has a maximum lifting capacity of 33,069 lb. (15,000 kg) and its fixed leader achieves an effective pile length of 62 ft. 4 in. (19 m). The LRH 100 offers completely new leader kinematics allowing radii of up to 28 ft. 8 in. (8.75 m) and inclinations of maximum 1:3 in all directions.

The LRH 100 is equipped with a powerful and emission-optimized 362 hp (270 kW) Liebherr diesel engine and can be transported in one piece with the hammer mounted. Basic machine and leader can be transported in one piece. This allows for quick and easy transportation of the rig as well as flexibility in job site assignment. The heaviest load when basic machine and leader are transported separately is 32.5 ton (29.5 t).

The flexible hammer design of the LRH 100 offers the possibility of mounting drop weights between 5,511 lb. (2,499 kg) and 15,432 lb. (7,000 kg). This guarantees optimum adaptation to the required pile type, whether it is a timber pile, concrete pile or a heavy steel pile. This ensures that the performance of the basic machine is ideally converted into high productivity, according to the manufacturer.

For more information, visit www.Liebherr.com.