Bronto hits 112m working height

15 March 2010

Bronto's tallest machine so far the S104 HLA, this particular machine is the property of Finnish ren

Bronto's tallest machine so far the S104 HLA, this particular machine is the property of Finnish rental company Janneniska. The new machine will reach 8 m higher to 112 m.

At 112 m, Bronto Skylift will show the world's tallest access platform at Bauma in Munich.

The new platform extends Bronto's HLA range (High Level Articulated), with the new model topping the next closest machine by 8 m.

The maximum working height is 112 m and the unit provides an outreach of 25 m at a 90 m height.

The S 112 HLA is mounted on a Mercedes Benz 76.60 all-wheel drive commercial truck chassis. It has five steered and four driven axles, the transport height is below 4 m and the total length is 19 m.

In common with all Bronto machines, the S 112 HLA has the Bronto+ control system with upgraded telecontrol, automatic levelling and visual interactive display.

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