Bauma 2016

The Bauma is imminent: between 11th and 17th April over half a million visitors will visit the trade fair grounds. In the midst of the 3,400 exhibitors is the Liebherr stand – traditionally the largest of them all. Size is also evident in this year’s motto under which Liebherr will exhibit: “Be Part of Something Bigger”. In total Liebherr will present over 60 outdoor exhibits (Stand 809-813). Among them are the following exhibits from Liebherr Nenzing.

  • Crawler crane LR 1100
  • Duty cycle crawler crane HS 8130 HD
  • Piling rig LRH 600
  • Piling and drilling rig LRB 355
  • Rotary drilling rig LB 36

Visit also the technology pavilion of Liebherr Nenzing. Besides various technologies like LiDAT, PDE/PDR, LIPOS and Crane-Planner you can experience the simulator of construction machinery and gather information on the brand new fibre rope.


LR 1100

The new crawler crane from Liebherr presented at Bauma.

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  • Detailed information about the whole product portfolio
  • Description of large variety of current deep foundation applications
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Automatic Engine Stop Control

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  • Reduced fuel consumption
  • Less noise
  • Extended service intervals
  • Higher residual value
  • Environmentally friendly

New Liebherr piling and drilling rig LRB 355 in St. Gallen

The LRB 355, Liebherr’s new multipurpose machine for deep foundation tasks, is currently operating in the Swiss town of St. Gallen. The rig, owned by the construction company Hilti & Jehle, is equipped with the DBA 300 double rotary drive. Together with the THS 80 D concrete pump from Liebherr it is being used to install 316 piles for a secant pile wall forming the foundation of a multistorey office and apartment building. These piles have a diameter of 900 mm and lengths between 18 and 22 metres. Despite challenging ground conditions the LRB 355 is able to complete one pile in about 1.5 hours.