Xtenso 5® Aerial
25.5 Meters Aerial Bucket Truck (83’66”)KLUBB Model = Xtenso 5
Capacity = 280kg, 3 operators With outriggers
The Xtenso 5 truck mounted telescopic lift features a working height of 25.5 m and lateral outreach of 20m mounted on a heavy truck from 16T. This high-performance truck mounted lift provides solutions to facilitate our clients’ work.
The Xtenso 5 telescopic lift with articulated telescopic jib is able to overcome all kind of obstacles. Operators can get as close as possible to their work zone and in complete safety. This machine is designed for outstanding outreach of 20m with a constant capacity of up to 280kg, including during the use of the telescopic function of the articulated jib with its 180°pivoting range.
Operators can also use the proportional controls for all movement functions which allows for multiple movements simultaneously, all the while controlling the speed of each movement independently. For example, it is possible to extend the telescopic arm quickly while turning the jib slowly in order to get closer to a facade. This feature saves a lot of time and provides ease of use which is highly appreciated by the operators.
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25,50m truck telescopic lift Xtenso 5 | telescopic aerial platform
EXAMPLES OF VEHICLES
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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
The whole range of aerial work platforms can be equipped with the ecological option "Green Pack" allowing the platforms to operate with the van engine off.