Dinolift self propelled and trailer mounted booms

01 April 2009

Dinolift will be showcasing its range of self propelled and trailer mounted booms at this year's Int

Dinolift will be showcasing its range of self propelled and trailer mounted booms at this year's Intermat.

The Dino 265RTX is the latest addition to Dinolift's RXT range of self-propelled, rough terrain booms. By combining the boom from the trailer mount models and the chassis from the RXT models Dinolift can add an extra 2.5 m to the working height of the Dino 240RXT - now 26.5 m. The low weight of the machine means it can work on fragile ground or surfaces, and its compact size makes it easy to transport. The RXT range has been fitted with new, low emission motors to meet growing environmental requirements.

Dinolift is also showing the Dino 120TN narrow trailer which has a retractable axle, making the machine 0.88 m wide. The Dino 120TN has a 12 m working height and 7.9 m outreach, the boom is made in three sections so can be retracted to a transport length of 5.5 m. The Dino 120TN was launched last year at APEX alongside the TB and XTB battery powered trailers which are also at Intermat.

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