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Xtra space from AJC


AJC Trailers unveiled the EasyCabin 16Xtra, a variant of its existing EasyCabin 16 mobile welfare unit that has been re-configured to provide internal space for eight people, compared against the standard model that can accommodate five. It provides canteen facilities with a separate toilet and drying room, and is designed for low levels of fuel consumption and emissions. The company says the new variants have been introduced to meet demand from users who may occasionally need facilities for extra personnel but cannot justify the hire of an additional unit. Xtra versions of the EasyCabin 12 and 20 models are also available, accommodating up to eight and sixteen people respectively.


01582 486663 www.easycabin.co.uk Lift-off for Utility Equipment


Utility Equipment launched the ATN Piaf 660RC electrically-operated vertical lift. Director Scott McCall reported a lot of interest in this new addition to the ATN range from France. The machine is 780mm wide and its multi-section mast extends to provide a maximum working height of 6.6m, with a platform capacity of 200kg. Complete with an on-board battery charger, it weighs 980kg and is powered by four 6V 185Ah-C5 semi-traction batteries. It has two drive speeds, 3.6 km/h when stowed and 1.0 km/h when elevated, and non- marking tyres come as standard.


0161 850 0456 www.utility-equipment.com


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