Southern climbs for CTE lifts

By Euan Youdale11 January 2018

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From left: Arcangelo Cellamare, Tecnol; Giovanni Sabbatani; CTE area manager; and Giuseppe Brucoli, Tecnol.

Tecnol, based in Bari, southern Italy, has added two CTE truck mounted platforms to its rental fleet.

The pair of CTE ZED 21.3 JH’s have been added to its fleet of more than 150 units. These units are equipped with the H Stab System, the manufacturer’s new stabilisation system with four pre-set areas.

The ZED 21.3 JH is ideal for a range of applications thanks to its jib, from working under roofs to working on sites with up and over requirements and from building maintenance to pruning, facade cleaning and advertising sign installation. The variable H stab stabilisation - rear in shape, front extended or in shape or alternate - provides flexibility on site.

The model has 20.6m of working height, 9.6m of outreach and 250kg capacity. It has a double pantograph and a telescopic boom with single extension.

 

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