Facelift brings in Dingli masts

17 July 2017

UK-based access rental specialist Facelift has taken delivery of 10 Dingli vertical masts as part of an effort to expand its self propelled fleet suitable for work indoors.

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Paul Standing, managing director of Facelift said, “Now in our 32nd year we are noting an increasing demand in internal battery machines. Wanting to offer our customers the best range possible, we are proud to add these amazing Dingli machines to our fleet.”

The AMWP 11.5-8100 units weigh 2950kg, have a working height of 11.2m and an outreach of 3m.

“With advantages such as a light structure, convenient operation, safety, reliability and being battery powered. It has been designed for internal use and is suitable for narrow areas such as warehouses and supermarkets,” said the company.

 

 

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