Versalift launch lifts performance

By Euan Youdale07 May 2020

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Versalift VDTL-150-F on Renault Master 

Versalift has launched the latest model in the VTL range of vehicle mounted platforms.

The 15.1m working height double telescopic VDTL-150-F delivers unrivalled performance, said the company, with twin telescopic sections, allowing it to be installed on a compact, 3.5 tonne Renault Master cut away van. The model offers an outreach of 7.7m, at a safe working load of 120kg, and a total length of 5.9m.

First launched in 2018, the VTL range’s design, strength and safety features have reshaped van mounted platforms, said the manufacturer.

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Versalift VDTL-150-F 

The profiled booms are strong and light, and at 350kg, after driver, passenger and a full tank of fuel, the VDTL-150-F offers the possibility to fit bespoke racking for carrying additional tools and spare parts.

The cut away van has had great success in France, added Versalift, with interest now growing across Europe. Its compact dimensions behind the rear axle, make it ideal for inner city streetlight maintenance. The platform is designed, manufactured and produced in Europe and designed to meet the requirements of the European market.


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