ATN promotes platforms to the Dutch

By Sarah Ann McCay17 October 2012

ATN's 12m rough terrain scissor CX-12.

ATN's 12m rough terrain scissor CX-12.

French manufacturer ATN is expanding its reach following the promotion of its latest platform models at the Verticaaldagen trade fair in the Netherlands last month.

ATN exhibited its Zebra 12 and CX15 models at the show, as these models are proving increasingly popular with platform rental firms operating in the Netherlands. The platforms are popular with Dutch contractors because of their off-road capabilities, ability to handle rough ground and adaptability.

Also on display were ATN’s latest models, the 11 m PIAF and the 16 m Zebra.

The 11 m hydraulic design PIAF model offers a horizontal reach of 3.74 m, a slope tolerance of 20% and weighs just 3.2 tonnes.

The Zebra 16 model offers a working height of 16.3 m, a horizontal reach of 9.3 m, and comes with a large platform and LCD diagnostic system.

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