Feeding a shredder, stationary shear, baler or crusher?

Choose the economical SENNEBOGEN electric drive scrap handler that is purpose-built for 24/7 productivity in all these applications.

Ferrous Processing
Liberty Scrap


No breaks for refueling. No downtime for engine servicing.

Purpose-built SENNEBOGEN eGreen electric-drive scrap handlers just keep working, around the clock, day after day, allowing you to maximize the ROI on your stationary processing equipment

  • Choose models from 44,000 – 750,000 lbs. (19 950 – 340 200 kg)

  • Now available with a maximum reach up to 112’ (34 m)

  • Select the Remote Control option using one operator for both the material handlers and the processing equipment

Check off these benefits of the SENNEBOGEN electric drive material handlers:

  • By eliminating the diesel engine, most of the maintenance, labor and parts costs can be deducted from the machine’s operating budget and savings of 50 to 70% on operating costs are normal.
  • Minimizing noise emissions ensures that the operator environment is much quieter and communication with on-the-ground personnel is quicker and simpler, making the area around the machine that much safer.
  • All electric machines are available on rubber tires, tracks, on a pedestal or mounted on a gantry crane.
  • Electric units have the advantage of working quietly and efficiently even in high dust environments with no fuel filter changing needed and no exhaust gases to vent.
  • A flexible and genuine alternative to diesel drives for indoor applications.

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Read about these eGreen machines on the job:

Sennebogen Remo Handling
The SENNEBOGEN 821 electric material handler efficiently and quietly sorts and loads materials at the Remo Recycling AC facility in Brienne, Switzerland.

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Buijs Groot-Ammers replaced their SENNEBOGEN 825 electric drive material handler with an 830 model to protect the environment and save fuel costs.

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This SENNEBOGEN 880 R-HD electric drive scrap handler in Charleston is moving more material with its 10 yard grapple than the facility’s former rope crane produced with a grapple twice the size.

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Dedicated electric drive machines maximize uptime and reduce operating costs for Liberty Iron’s three auto shredding facilities.

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This SENNEBOGEN 8130 EQ powered by a 175 hp (130 kW) electric motor operates both quietly and efficiently as a prime material handler at the Scholz Recycling yard in Espenhain, Germany.

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Ferrous 840 M Boom and Stick - The combination of the boom and stick gives the operator the ability to reach and feed the shredder constantly.

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