CTE delivers two B-Lift 620 High Range machines to Iran

30 July 2012

Iran's Lajvar's CTE B-Lift 620.

Iran's Lajvar's CTE B-Lift 620.

CTE has delivered two telescopic aerial platforms B-Lift 620 High Range to the Iranian company Khuzestan Electricity Distribution. The sale was coordinated successfully through the relationship between CTE and the Iranian dealer Lajvar, based in Arak. These two B-LIFT 620 are thought to be the highest platforms available in Iran.

Lajvar produces and sells aerial work platforms from 4m to 32m working height and is the first holder of a ISO 9001:2000 certificate in Iran for the design and for manufacture of aerial work platforms.

The need for a high working height (60m) machine led Lajvar to CTE. The B-620 High Lift Range has a 62m working height and an outreach of 35m. The boom has four elements and the main jib two extensions - the second with a 180deg articulation. It has an automatic system to manage the lateral range, depending on the positioning of the stabilisers, which offers 50 different work envelopes, with a capacity of between 120kg and 450kg.

You can see a video of the machine on Access International's Facebook page. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Access-International/127622303982109?ref=hl

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