A very compact and versatile machine designed to face rought environments
The new K20 telescopic platform on pick-up features a deported turret and a two section telescopic boom. It is very compact and has been designed to work in areas difficult to access in any kind of environment (cities, deserts, mountains…). With a working height of 10.2m, an outreach of 5m and 120kg basket capacity with no outriggers, this platform on a pick-up 4×4 is the perfect tool for street lightning maintenance, CCTV installation, traffic lights maintenance or telecom works… This machine can transport up to 5 people.
Simple hydraulic controls with internal hoses/wiring and protected components help cope with extreme climatic conditions and tough work applications. The customer can choose between a plastic duck under basket or a fibreglass walk in basket.
The K20 telescopic platform is mounted on a double cab Isuzu D-Max 4x4. The award winning pick-up is well known to be rugged and tough with a strong engine. Consequently it's a perfect solution to work in tough environments. The weight is low enough to leave a decent cargo payload and it can be equipped with smart storage chests taking advantage of the design of the deported turret.
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UNEVEN TERRAIN AND AERIAL WORK PLATFORMS: WHAT PRECAUTIONS SHOULD BE TAKEN?
Aerial work platforms provide better access to difficult-to-reach areas, and have revolutionised working conditions in many industries. However, the use of aerial platforms is not without risk, especially when they are operated on uneven or unstable terrain such as muddy or uneven ground. Indeed, each environment presents different challenges that every operator needs to identify and understand, in order to take specific precautions. As a reminder, the absence or lack of preparation can damage the platform and lead to serious or fatal injuries.
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Read our interview with Sollevare
Read our latest interview in Sollevare magazine. In this interview, Henri Bourrellis, Managing Director of KLUBB GROUP, discusses the opportunities offered by the Italian market for the development of ISOLI and, more broadly, KLUBB GROUP. He also spoke about our new models, whose stated aim is to enable people to work at height in complete safety.