Under the umbrella brand of PALFINGER PLATFORMS, PALFINGER is gradually strengthening its position in the access platform market and is now a constant and reliable quantity within the industry. Customers benefit from a complete range of products with a working height between 11 and 103 meters “from a one-stop shop” with an established sales and service network and numerous synergies resulting from PALFINGER’s expertise in matters of structural steelwork, electronics and hydraulics.
PALFINGER PLATFORMS reinforces its expertise with ongoing developments of new products and enhancements of existing products thus expanding its pioneering role in the European market for access platforms. PALFINGER’s innovative strength will be put to the test again from 14 to 16 September 2011, at APEX in Maastricht, Holland where it is presenting two completely new truck-mounted access platforms. See them on exhibition stand no. 2280.
Aerial work platforms in the 3.5 t class are subject to particularly demanding requirements when it comes to cost-efficiency and occupational safety. As the platforms are mainly used in the hire business, the most important features, alongside the platform’s performance data, are ease of operation and rugged design.
PALFINGER PLATFORMS is now extending its range in the 3.5 t class with the new P 210 BK access platform – a unit with a basket jib.
Base frame, stabilizer support, turntable and workman basket are all identical to those of the existing related access platforms P 220 B and P 260 B which are already very popular in practical use. The highlight and USP of the P 210 BK compared to similar competitor models is the basket jib that can swivel through 180°. This results in a special platform mode where the jib can be moved without the need of stabilizing the machine.
P 300 KS. With this new top-class unit, PALFINGER PLATFORMS is redefining the standards for compactness, working range and operator-friendly controls in the 7.5 t class. Highlights in this case are the popular counter slewing system and the machine’s resulting compact dimensions plus its impressive working height of 32 meters. The patented “KS” counter slewing system enables the platform to pivot within the width of the vehicle! The turntable does not extend beyond the vehicle, that is to say it does not extend into the traffic space. As a result it is also possible to carry out difficult work in restricted spaces with ease. The unique design of the counter slewing system results in extremely compact installation of the access platform on the carrier vehicle.
Also appearing on the PALFINGER PLATFORMS exhibition stand: A Jumbo WT 530 access platform and a P 260 B mounted on a MB Sprinter – also an innovation since prior to this the P 260 B has only been available mounted on a Nissan Cabstar.
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