Sennebogen expands compact telehandler line

By Euan Youdale11 April 2022

The 4 tonne capacity 3.40 G follows on from manufacturer’s smaller 355E unit 

Sennebogen has added to its Multi Line telehandler series with a second, larger capacity model.

The 3.40 G has a load capacity of 4 tonnes, a stacking height of 7.7m and, and a cab that elevates to an operator eye level of 4.1m to provide all-round visibility.

Sennebogen 3.40 G Sennebogen’s new Multi Line 3.40 G telehandler

Following on from the 355 E, the first model in the range - the new 3.40 G has dimensions of 5.5m in length and just under 2.5m width and offers a long wheelbase of 3.1m with a low centre of gravity. The weight of the machine is 9.3 tonnes.

The machine has been designed for tough work environments with a high-strength, solid steel frame and sophisticated telescopic boom ensuring that the forces in loading operations are optimally absorbed by the chassis.

Equipped with a Tier V 100 kW diesel engine, the unit can reach speeds of up to 40 km/h with its stepless traction drive. The operator can choose from two modes in addition to standard road mode. In stacker mode, the machine is more energy-efficient and control sensitive, while loading mode mobilizes all power reserves for optimal loading and transport of bulky goods.

According to Sennebogen, the 3.40 G combines the advantages of telehandler and wheel loader technology. Its SML Power optimal power transmission offers Z-kinematics, found in the manufacturer’s wheel loaders and the manoeuvrability, multi-functions and compactness of a telescopic handler.

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