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 Articulating Boom Aerial Platform, Truck & Trailer Mounted

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Overcenter aerial devices have been redesigned with a longitudinal hydraulic lift option to provide up to 75 feet of working height

Terex Hi-Ranger LTM Series insulated, articulating, telescopic material handling aerial device, says the manufacturer, provides high reach in a compact design.

Hi-Ranger NT35 and NT38 non-insulated, telescopic articulating aerial devices provide fully proportional, electric-over-hydraulic platform controls that allow for smooth multi-functional operation.

A model size has been added to Jomac’s telescopic and articulating crane product lines.

Bronto Skylift S-170 XDT truck-mounted aerial platform reaches to more than 115 feet and is capable of lifting up to 1,400 pounds to a 170-foot platform height.

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