UK-based Overhead works and access hire specialist Fletcher Access has invested in a tracked boom from Omme Lift.

The family-owned company, run by brothers Simon and Anthony Fletcher, has added a 42m working height Ommelift 4200 RBDJ to its fleet. The largest machine in its fleet prior to this had a 27m working height.

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Fletcher Access’ Ommelift 4200 RBDJ.

The Ommelift lightweight hybrid crawler mounted boom was immediately deployed for window cleaning on high-rise tower blocks. It is fitted with a hydraulic hose to basket, to enable safe and efficient pressure washing at height.

Simon Fletcher said, “The hose to basket was vital for us as we carry out a lot of high-level cleaning work on glass, cladding and solar panels. It prevents any snagging of a trailing hose when slewing the machine.”

Fletcher Access purchased the Ommelift 4200 RBDJ from Access Platform Sales (APS).

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Ommelift 4200 RBDJ, high-rise window cleaning.

“We already run an Ommelift 2750 in our fleet, so we knew all about the impressive build quality and ease of use. The extremely low weight-to-height ratio of the 4200 was important as our clients prefer machines with a very low ground bearing pressure. The hybrid drive and compact stowed dimensions also mean that we can also use it indoors as well as outside,” added Mr Fletcher. The true hybrid diesel/battery drive train ensures that the Ommelift 4200 RBDJ is equally suited to outdoor and indoor environments. 

Weighing just 6,805kg and offering the ability to set up on inclines of up to 27%, the Ommelift 4200 RBDJ telescopic boom can work comfortably outdoors in many areas unsuitable for conventional big booms. 

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