All terrain launch from Dino

By Euan Youdale26 May 2017

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Dinolift’s new 28m working height 280RXT was launched at APEX.

It is a lightweight all-terrain aerial work platform with outriggers, designed for sites with weight restrictions or where all terrain and leveling capabilities are needed. The 280RXT has a new boom profile, enabling a better outreach with more basket capacity than before. Adding to the benefits is a significantly higher up-and-over capability and a fly-jib, with maximum outreach being 16m. Other features include an oscillating front axle, an automatic levelling capability of up to 10° and gradeability up to 40 %.

“We have listened to our customers and taken the feedback to our R&D. We kept all the good features of the current RXT range and added some new ones for an improved operator experience and overall performance”, says Karin Nars from Dinolift.

From the current range, Dinolift showcaesed the recently-launched Dino 220XSE boomlift with a large basket with 350kg capacity and integrated telehandler function for material lifting up to 500kg.

The machine on display was equipped with outriggers and radio control for increased safety and manoeuvrability when working in slopes. The optional outriggers enable working in up to 12° slope which is an important advantage in many work sites.

The Dino 220XTC crawler was also displayed at Apex. Robust, lightweight and compact, the Dino 220XTC features a gradeability of 43% combined with a levelling capability of 16 degrees. As optional equipment, the DINO XTC crawler can be fitted with radio-control for easier manoeuvrability, electro engine and nonmarking tracks for inside operation.

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