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Vertikal angles

EHN reports from Haydock on new products shown at the Vertikal Days event for lifting and access equipment.

Manitou powers up

Manitou’s soon to be launched 160 ATJ+ self-propelled diesel articulated boom offers a maximum 16.25m working height and has a basket capacity of up to 400kg. The machine has an outreach capability of 8.95m and the turret rotates through 350°, with the jib able to move between +70 and -70°. The

machine has four-wheel drive and four-wheel steer. Power comes from a 45hp Perkins engine and proportional controls are fitted as standard.

01202 825531 01206 273111 CTE previews multi-purpose machine

Scheduled for launch in October, CTE’s new Lift 20.13MP has been developed as a multi-purpose work platform. Mounted on a 3.5 tonne truck, the boom arrangement is designed to combine the advantages of both telescopic and articulated configurations. It offers a maximum working height of 20m with outriggers, or 13m without, and it gives zero tail swing, facilitating work on building facades. It also gives the ability to avoid obstacles of up to 9m. Also shown was the new

Traccess 230 spider-style access platform, a 23m working height machine complementing the existing 13 and 17m Traccess models.Weighing 2940kg, the machine is narrow enough to go through a standard doorway.

0116 286 6743

20 Bravi’s tough Caddy

The Caddy from Bravi UK is a battery- powered stock-picking machine with a maximum 5.35m working height. It incorporates an electrically operated

cargo shelf that can carry 90kg, and up to 113kg can be accommodated on the base of the machine. The battery can provide more than 20km of travel on a single charge, and Bravi UK believes the Caddy is ideal for use in facilities such as large stores, warehouses and document storage depots.

0113 385 4488

Cautrac’s Nifty performer

Brand new from Cautrac, which distributes Morooka tracked carriers, is the MST-300 Access.

It combines a Morooka MST300VD model with a Nifty 150T aerial platform, manufactured by Niftylift. The low ground pressure machine has a top speed of 11km/hour and is targeted at users such as tree surgeons and foresters who may need to quickly reach remote off-road locations. Cautrac believes it will also appeal to personnel maintaining wind farms and utilities sites. The 3900kg machine can negotiate slopes of up to 30°, and the Nifty platform gives a maximum lift height of 14.7m, with outreach of up to 7.55m. Basket capacity is 225kg, and fully proportional hydraulic controls are incorporated.

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