Liebherr LTM 1110-5.2 All Terrain Crane

May 25, 2022

The 5-axle LTM 1110-5.2 Liebherr crane has a 125-ton capacity and a 197-foot telescopic boom.

Updates to the all terrain crane include third generation LICCON (Liebherr Computed Control) control system with a completely new software package and programming language as well as a faster database, significantly more storage space, and more computing power.

The new display has touchscreen functionality, and the way in which information is shown has also been simplified.

The redesigned driver’s cab on the Liebherr crane features a new multifunction steering wheel, side roller blind on the driver’s door, improved instruments and modules, as well as new displays. Options include a central locking system with remote key and tire pressure monitoring system. An automatic heating and climate control system has been added in both the driver’s and operator’s cabs. A sun sensor detects strong sunshine and automatically adjusts the heating settings.

The lighting packages for the crane cabs, the superstructure, the rear of the vehicle, the front headlights, and the telescopic boom and lattice jibs have been improved and now feature LEDs.

The ZF TraXon DynamicPerform clutch module transmits the engine power via an oil-cooled plate pack that runs in oil. The friction heat generated when starting is dissipated in the clutch oil and supplied to the vehicle’s cooling system via an oil/water heat exchanger. Due to the higher energy and power consumption, together with a calculation model, permanent and almost wear-free maneuvering is made possible, according to the company. An implemented clutch protection function also prevents overheating of the clutch and the associated increased wear or destruction of the clutch in extreme load cases.