10.50 Meters Bucket Truck Chassis (36’09”)KLUBB Model = KL26 DMAX
Capacity = 120kg, 1 operator, no outriggers
The KL26 telescopic aerial platform mounted on a Isuzu D-MAX pick-up is designed to work on difficult surfaces. This telescopic boom lift mounted on a pick-up can work up to 11.30m high with an offset of 5.20m.
For work at height on verry difficult ground, we would like to suggest the KL26 telescopic boom lift mounted on an Isuzu D-Max chassis. Highly appreciated for its mobility and compact size, this pick-up platform model allows you to reach a working height of 11.30m and a lateral offset of 5.20m.
This new platform has an anti-corrosion aluminum boom which makes it very resistant even in the most extreme conditions.
This new pick-up platform model, which also exists on a Toyota HiLux chassis, can accommodate 1 or 2 operators in its basket. For the first operator setup, the nacelle basket can support up to 120kgs of load without deploying the stabilizers.
* 1 man basket (120kg) without outriggers
* 2 man basket (200kg) with outriggers
Engine stop / start in basket
Alternate circuit on independent electric pump with all the functions in the basket for maximum safety.
Lastest innovation, an aluminum boom for optimal stability
Proportional controls on all movements
Secure access to the work platform
Rigid protective cover for controls in high position
EXAMPLES OF VEHICLES
For vehicle options, please contact us before ordering
Max. working height : 11.30 m (36'10")
Max. working outreach : 5.20 m (16'40")
Boom rotation : 360°
Max. working load : 120Kg
Max. platform height : 9.30 m (29'50")
Outriggers : no outriggers
Basket size : 86 x 72 x 110 cm
Chassis weight : ≤3.5 T
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