KLUBB van mount lifts combine reliability, performance and innovation.
We provide solutions for all professionals working at height. From electrical maintenance to high-level pruning, our van mount lifts offer both excellent range and flexibility.
The KLUBB platforms have been developed to be mounted on van and our expertise enables us to perfectly match the right platform with the correct host van for the intended application. We are the only platform manufacturer to work with aluminium. The result is that we can offer the best payload on the market for each of our lift model. We can also install van racking and shelving, so our clients have the possibility to combine the use of the van as a mobile workshop and the use of the platform in order to work at height. We provide more than 150 options dedicated to increasingly specific applications.
Some example of application application fields for the KLUBB van mount lifts
– K21 van mounts
The K21 is mounted on a 2.8-tonne van with a working height of 9.20 m and an offset of 5.80 m.
Some compatible types of vans: Renault Trafic, Peugeot Boxer, Opel Vivaro, Ford Transit…
This van mount lift is ideal for working in an urban environment including small streets or pedestrian pathways. Very compact and agile, it’s for instance the best aerial platform model for local communities willing to take care of green spaces, maintain small buildings, install videosurveillance systems …
– K26 van mounts
The K26 van mount lift reaches a working height of 11.80 m and a lateral outreach of 6.80 m. This aerial work platform model is designed to be mounted on a shorts wheel-base or cutaway chassis van.
Some compatible types of vans: Renault Master, Opel Movano, Mercedes Sprinter, Iveco Daily, Volkswagen Crafter…
The K26 van mount lift is a good solution for Telecom companies developing and maintaining cities communication networks. This aerial work platform doesn’t need outriggers so it’s a great asset to perform a quick and efficient work on site. The van inside space is also really useful to store tools and is easy to lock to ensure the security of the work equipment.
– K32 van mounts
The K32 aerial work platform model is mounted on a 3.5-tonne van with a working height of 12.50m and an offset of 7.30m.
Some compatible types of vans: Renault Master, Mercedes Sprinter, Peugeot Boxer, Ford Transit…
The K32 van mounted lift is used on sign installation and maintenance work, and the installation of traffic control systems. It’s a great product providing the best performance of the market without outriggers and offering the possibility to combine the use of the van as a mobile workshop with the use of the platform in order to work at height.
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.
PRE-USE INSPECTION: MANDATORY BEFORE BOARDING?
Elevated work platforms play a major role in working at height. They have become one of the most effective solutions for accessing hard-to-reach areas in recent years. To achieve this, they must be operated with care. For operators, each boarding should come with responsibilities. Beyond mere usage, a pre-use inspection is essential. But why is this step so crucial for the operator themselves?
GMP TRUCK: A new distributor joins our network!
Klubb Group is pleased to announce the partnership between its subsidiaries Isoli (Fontaniva, Italy) and Mobitec (Ferrières-en-Brie, France) with the company GMP Truck. A prominent player in the towing, sales, and rental of heavy trucks in the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté region, a subsidiary of the GMP Participations group, is becoming our premium partner in France. In this capacity, they will distribute the entire towing range of our Italian subsidiary Isoli (a subsidiary fully owned by KLUBB Group) in the French territory.