26 March, 2019

Sustainable material handling with the driving force of Stiebel-Getriebebau

17 June, 2015

The electro-hydraulic Sennebogen 821 electric handler is versatile, energy-saving and environmentally friendly, and is said to be ideal for the sorting of demolition and construction materials. For such recycling tasks the machine stands securely on a stable crawler undercarriage. The handler’s transmission technology is provided by Stiebel-Getriebebau.


For a long use, the profiled hollow shafts of the pump drive are force feed lubricated and made of tempered and nitrited chrominummolybdenum steel. Radial shaft seals are made of Viton material.

Sennebogen connects consistent sustainability and performance with its handling equipment of the GreenLine. The machine manufacturers are committed to the pump drive gearboxes of specialists from Stiebel, located in Waldbroel, Germany.

Paul Hermann Schumacher, managing director of Stiebel-Getriebebau GmbH & Co. KG, commented: "The effectiveness and efficiency of the electric 821 are impressive and we are very happy to support it by providing our special transmission technology…The material handling machines, whether crawler, mobile or stationary, are very versatile. Of course, this diversity is matching our pump drive series which has a huge flexibility.”

Electric motors and hydraulic pumps

This particular flexibility in the cultivation of the electric motors and hydraulic pumps enables both, the use of motors with frame size 315, as well as the size 280. And thanks to standardised drive-shafts, the different hydraulic pumps can be fitted -depending on the application- by using adapter kits. With the strong technology and the powerful Stiebel gearbox, type 4739, the Sennebogen 821 electric can transfer approximately 120,000 tons of material per year while being climate-friendly and cost-effectively.

The Stiebel-Team reports that it is looking forward to the next sustainable transmission solution for more forward-looking mobility ideas.


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