KT18PZ Truck Mounted
on a Mercedes Sprinter 5T
19.1 Meters Truck Mounted Platform (62’66”)KLUBB Model = KT18PZ
Capacity = 265kg, 2 operators With outriggers
The KT18PZ new model mounted on a Mercedes Sprinter 5T has a working height of 19.1m and an offset of 9.40m. This is the best performance on the market for a van mount so far.
This machine has been especially designed for utilities companies. In order to provide them with a height performing platform on a compact van with a good payload for storage.
The KT18PZ aerial platfom mounted on a truck facilitates all technical interventions at height (connection to the electrical network, repairs, etc.).
Its pendulum arm makes it easy to avoid obstacles and to get as close as possible to the work area. It is also easy to park it while reducing the space required on the road to a minimum.
The press is talking about it:
"Klubb to launch highest van mount at MATEXPO" - Construction Europe
Engine start and stop from basket
Stabilization with independent controls in the basket and from the ground
Independant emergency manual pump
Proportional controls on all movements
Secure acess to the working platform
Hoses and cables are inside the boom structure for maximum protection
Automatic centering of the platform and the turret
Lifting arm consisting of a double telescope and a telescopic jib with 180° orientation
Telescopic jib for an overhang of more than 5.10m and allowing 360° access to the ground
Hydraulic rotation of the basket in all positions
220V electric socket in basket
Fully opening insulated basket
Custom fitting out of vehicles
Side ladder rack
For more platform options, please contact us before ordering
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