New KONECRANES SMV 10-1200 B Combustion Counterbalanced for sale

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Full Specifications

Common Fields

Country Australia

Standard Fields

Make KONECRANES
Model SMV 10-1200 B
Year 2013

Application

Category 4 Wheel

Summary

Fuel Type Diesel

Powertrain

Engine Make Volvo
Engine Model TAD-620-VE
Power - kW 147
Torque - Nm 700
Transmission DANA TE - 17300
Cooling System Tropical, multi radiator. Radiators for engine water, air for intercooler, oil for transmission, oil cooling/flushing for brakes
Hydraulic Controls Load sensing, power on demand
Fuel Capacity - ltr 6-10

Performance

Load Capacity - kg 10,000
Load Centre - mm 1,200
Load Distance - mm 7000
Travel Speed with Load - kph 30
Travel Speed without Load - kph 30
Lift Speed with Load - m/s .45
Lift Speed without Load - m/s .50
Lowering Speed with Load - m/s .40
Lowering Speed without Load - m/s .40
Steering Type Hydraulic
Average Noise Level at Operators Ear - dB(A) 72

Mast Dimensions

Mast Type Duplex
Mast Height Raised - mm 5600
Mast Height Lowered - mm 3445
Tilt Angle - fwd - deg 10
Tilt Angle - bwd - deg 5

Fork Dimensions

Maximum Fork Height - mm 7,000
Free Lift - mm 4000
Fork Length - mm 2400
Fork Thickness - mm 90
Fork Width - mm 200
Width Across Forks - mm 2550
ForkCarriage Hydraulic-powered sideshift & fork positioner
Head Length - mm 4955

Truck Dimensions

Overall Length - mm 7990
Overall Width - mm 2550
Overall Working Width - mm 2550
Overall Weight - kg 18900
Wheelbase - Raised - mm 3250
Gradeability % 30
Ground Clearance with Load- mm mast 250/middle 335/steeraxle 197
Overhead Guard Height - mm 2905
Seating Type Full-Suspension

Brakes

Service Brake Oil-cooled multiple wet disk brakes
Parking Brake Dry single disk/ spring release

Wheel

Front Tyre Type pneumatic
Front Tyre Size - mm 279 x 508 PR/20
Rear Tyre Type pneumatic
Rear Tyre Size - mm 279 x 508 PR/20

Battery

Battery Capacity - V/Ah 2x12 /88
 
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