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EXECUTIVE REPORT continued


Alexander Schaerfeling, who had come over from Germany to attend Vertikal Days, several machines have been redesigned to be easier to assemble, lighter in weight and more flexible in usage.


Other models have been developed to meet the requirements of the EN 16719 standard which introduces the need for characteristics such as landing level safety gates, roof protection and double locks to protect the operator.


CLM Supplies (www.clm-supplies.com) promoted the Maber MBC 2000 transport platform which offers a maximum anchored height of 150m with a climbing speed of 12m/minute. Various configurations are available


The Maber MBC 2000 transport platform from CLM Supplies now has a fully opening C-gate for easier loading.


and all offer the option of having one or two loading bays. A fully opening C-gate is now incorporated for easier loading, and the gates can be fastened to the left or right for easier installation depending on site requirements. The maximum loading capacity is 2,000kg.


CPL’s range of electric work vehicles includes the compact K20 Goupil lift platform.


Cumberland Platforms Ltd, or CPL (www.cpl-ltd.com), showed a number of models from an innovative range of electric work vehicles offering zero emissions. These include the compact K20 Goupil lift platform which is less than 1.7m wide when the outriggers are deployed. A maximum working height of 10.10m is offered with an outreach of 4.10m and a quoted safe working load of 120kg.


The van-mounted platform can be operated with the engine switched off if a ‘green’ pack is installed. Other options include front, rear and cab beacons, work lights, reversing cameras, internal electric sockets and Chapter 8 markings.





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