safety system BOSS ORV has been appointed as the sole UK and Ireland distributor for all Air-Rops products. Air-Rops offers a range of rollover solutions for the outdoor power equipment industry. Air-Rops has the advantage over traditional

ROP systems of not raising the centre of gravity of the machine, since it sits lower than the operator when not deployed - as pictured. The first Air-Rops product BOSS ORV has introduced is the AR Quad safety bar for ATVs and agricultural machinery. The AR Quad system makes use of smart

technology and reliable airbag gas inflators. An electronic control unit monitors the behaviour of the quad and warns the rider with acoustic and visual signals if the vehicle is about to become unstable – when a tilting state is reached the gas cylinder is activated, extending the bar and locking the mechanism. The AR Quad fits most ATVs with independent suspension, using

bolts on the luggage carrier and towbar. The system comes fully assembled and only requires the dealer to perform simple electrical and mechanical actions. It requires no scheduled maintenance and is reusable after a rollover - it just needs inspection by an ATV

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technician. The system is SGS Certified and CE marked, adhering to environmental and regulatory standards. Air-Rops will only be available through approved dealers and

regional distributors.

electrifying POWERFULLY

Delivering powerful endurance, the zero emission Snorkel SL30RTE electric Speed Level

tackles all terrains. Capable of automatic

self-levelling on gradients up to 50%, this lift is designed to work at height on sloped ground and rough terrain thanks to its powerful 4-wheel drive. It can be driven up to 0.8km/h at full height and has a maximum stowed drive speed of 5.4km/hr. Lithium-ion batteries maximize working hours for long-lasting performance, and a spacious, high grip aluminium deck offers a safe load capacity up to 590kg.


To arrange a demonstration, call Snorkel UK™ on +44 (0)845 1550 057 or view our entire product line at

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