XCMG launches 58.6m boom lift

By Euan Youdale21 October 2021

XCMG XGS58E XCMG’s record breaking 58.6m working height telescopic boom lift.

XCMG has launched a 58.6m working height telescopic boom lift to the global market. Offering a maximum radius of 24.8m, the new XGS58E range-topper has a dual capacity of 230kg unlimited and 450kg limited.

Other statistics of the model include basket dimensions of 2.4m (length), 0.9m (width) and 1.15m (height). The boom offers a 360 degree rotation, while the basket rotates 160 degrees. The overall weight of the unit is 27.9 tonnes.

Thanks to a folding fly jib the machine can be reduced to a transportation length of 14.6m, which is designed to be economical and convenient, while its transport height is 3.07m

According to XCMG, performance was also an important part of the design equation. Apart from providing a 45% gradeability, it has a load sensitive hydraulic system, which makes it energy efficient. There is also stepless speed control to ensure smooth working movements.

The XGS58E is suitable for a range of applications in major building construction, structural steel work, petrochemical plants, and general rental.


Design and availability

The company added that the XGS58E, along with other boom lifts in the range, has been designed in response to the needs of the international market. Through this the company initiated a range of product improvements covering increased performance and painting, along with introducing a number of tools and accessories.


In addition the transportation and delivery of XCMG’s equipment to customers has been optimised, said the company.

The XCMG group already sells its range of construction machinery to more than 60 countries, with export sales continuing to grow. XCMG added that is now committed to developing the oversees market, outside China, for its aerial platforms.

“Under its main international strategy, XCMG has continued to increase its overseas market layout and production to meet the different needs of global customers with continuous innovation and excellent products.”

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