Not only is the time saved impressive but also the spectacle of erecting the imposing crane. The 100m-long telescopic jib is transported to Creglingen in the Main-Tauber district on a flatbed lorry where it is scheduled to construct nine wind turbines. Once in position, it appears to come to life. The support cylinders extend slowly but purposefully, eliminating the need for auxiliary cranes.
The LTM 11200 can be fully operational on the building site within just one day, whereas stationary cranes require three days for every change of location. Thus the equally imposing wind turbines are growing steadily and will supply the region with energy in the future. The LTM 11200 can also be dismantled quietly and modestly, and shifted to the next location without great delay.