Articulated truck mounts complete GSR's range

By Maria Hadlow14 April 2009

The low truck version of the E200PX can negotiate low bridges.

The low truck version of the E200PX can negotiate low bridges.

Shown for the first time on the stand of the Italian manufacturer GSR were two double articulated truck mounted booms: the low truck version of E200PX and the 27m working height E270PX. Stefan Weber, GSR's sales manager said, "The two new machines complete the GSR PX range."

The E200PX was being previewed at SAIE and will not be available until next year. It is a 20 m working height machine mounted on a 3.5 t chassis but it is configured to close down to a height of 2.5 m which makes it possible to drive the machine under low bridges. The machine will have a 9 m outreach and a maximum load capacity of 220 kg.

The E270 is mounted on a 6 t chassis and has a maximum outreach of 13.3 m. The basket can take two people -a maximum load of 250 kg. The stabilisers at the front are of an extendable ‘H' configuration and vertical at the rear.

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