Lindner

LINDNER URRACO 75E (ELECTRIC-ABB-HOOKLIFT)

The U75E all-electric model by Lindner is built on hook lift-frame for easy transportations both ”in-house” and to different plants. With a good bite in the shafts thanks to the versatile synchronized PowerLine gearbox and robust ABB-electrical engines on 200kW+22kW it packs up with 240.000Nm in torque

LINDNER URRACO 75D (DIESEL-SCANIA-HOOKLIFT)

The Urraco 75D model by Lindner is built on hook lift-frame for easy transportations both ”in-house” and to different plants. With a good bite in the shafts thanks to the versatile synchronized PowerLine gearbox and a Scania industial-engine with an for the purpose optimized production curve it packs up with 240.000Nm in torque


LINDNER URRACO 75DK (DIESEL-SCANIA-TRACKED)

The Urraco 75DK model by Lindner is built on a HeavyDuty undercarriage for excellent mobility on the worksite. If equipped with optional ”FlatTracks” it won’t damage the tarmac on site. With a good bite in the shafts thanks to the versatile synchronized PowerLine gearbox and a Scania industial-engine with an for the purpose optimized production curve it packs up with 240.000Nm in torque, making the U75DK the ultimate Allrounder.


LINDNER URRACO 95DK (DIESEL-SCANIA-TRACKED)

Weighing in at an massive 48.000kgs (fully equipped), the 95DK truly is the ultimate destroyer, and with it’s Scania V8 industrial diesel and the highly sophisticated Bosch-BODAS hydraulics we are pushing the torque up to an eye-catching 480.000 Nm in the twinshafts, this is a player you definitely want in your team.

LINDNER ATLAS 5500SY (ELECTRIC-ABB-STATIONARY)

The new stationary primary shredder Lindner Atlas is virtually maintenance-free and designed for maximum, independent, productive and economical continuous 24/7 operation. Impressive throughput capacity is made possible by a special drive concept: The Atlas 5500 twin-shaft shredder is equipped with an e-drive. With electric drive power, the shredder uses the intelligent energy management system DEX (Dynamic Energy Exchange) to always run on the optimum operating point. When reversing, the shaft changes the direction of rotation three times faster than is the case for a shredder without DEX.