Compact redesign from GSR

By Euan Youdale18 August 2020

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GSR B200T4

GSR has launched a redesigned 20m working height aerial platform.

The B200T4 is mounted on an Iveco Daily or Mercedes Sprinter. GSR says, now that the Japanese-manufactured chassis, which offered short cabs, had now left the scene, the challenge was to design a new model that still managed to incorporate compactness, ease of use for the operator and driver comfort.

That goal has been acheived wiht the new B200T4. On the Iveco the length has even improved and on the MB it is only 70mm longer than the old version on Nissan/Renault.

The model has a 4-section telescopic boom, with 14m maximum horizontal reach and 250kg basket capacity. Total length of the vehicle is 6.96m, even while operating.

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Both versions are available in hybrid-power, while maintaining the compactness of the previous short cab vehicles.

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In addition, the new model offers extendible variable stabilisation with vertical stabilisers, simple and intuitive controls and an advanced control system. It is designed to be compact and balanced on the road, like a standard car, therefore making it ideal for self-drive hire.

 

 

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