Klubb presents in Batimat 2017 a new 100% electric K20 van-mounted platform on a cutaway Nissan e-NV200: a new ecological and compact model, ideal to work at heights in urban areas.
KLUBB, French designer and manufacturer of aerial platforms, announces the launch of a new fully electric van-mounted platform on a cutaway Nissan eNV200.
Ecological and very compact, it allows to operate without noise and without pollutant emission, it is therefore particularly suitable for all work at height in urban areas: maintenance of public lighting or video-surveillance system installation , maintenance of green spaces ...
This model is ideal for all companies and utilities engaged in an eco-responsible approach but who do not wish to compromise on technical performance. Indeed, this electric platform on van will seduce by its working height of 10m and its outreach of 5m, exceptional for its size.
« As a European industrialist we are very attentive to clean energies. For the record, our Group has obtained the PM UP label, which rewards companies with a proactive approach in this area. » says Julien Bourrellis, President of Klubb.
« Our aerial platforms are primarily working tools that must remain practical. With this new 100% electric model, our goal is to provide a technically efficient and economically attractive solution for operators. » he adds.
The K20 lift mounted on eNV200 is to be discovered from 6 to 10 November in Batimat on booth n ° 15 hall 5B / Alley D at the Parc des Expositions Paris Nord in Villepinte.
Klubb produced over 1,000 platforms in 2016, with the goal being to reach 1,700 per year within 3 years with the new factory opened in 2017, all product categories included.
A complete light vehicle range redesigned for the European aerial work platform market.
Following the takeover of Isoli by Klubb in late 2022, Isoli and Klubb engineers had the objective of redesigning the Group's light vehicle range in order, among other things, to simplify and lighten it.
Aerial platforms with and without outriggers: what are the differences?
Why do some vehicle-mounted aerial work platforms have outriggers and others do not? The presence or absence of an outrigger is a feature that is relevant for the safety of your operations at height and for other road users. Outriggers are mechanical devices that increase the stabilisation of the vehicle in order to improve the performance of a platform, such as the working outreach and/or the load carried in the basket. Here are some explanations that will help you understand the importance of equipping your vehicle with outriggers or not.