Electric launch from Klubb

06 November 2017

K20

France-based Klubb has launched a fully-electric lift mounted on a cutaway Nissan eNV200 van.

Designed to be environmentally friendly and very compact, it operates without noise or deisla emissions, and is therefore suitable for work in urban areas, including street lighting and green space maintenance or video-surveillance system installation. It has a working height of 10m and outreach of 5m, which the company comments is exceptional for its size.

”As a European industrialist we are very attentive to clean energies. For the record, our Group has obtained the PM UP label, which rewards companies with a proactive approach in this area,” said Julien Bourrellis, president of Klubb.

”Our aerial platforms are primarily working tools that must remain practical. With this new 100% electric model, our goal is to provide a technically efficient and economically attractive solution for operators.”

The K20 lift mounted on eNV200 will be at Batimat exhibition at the Parc des Expositions Paris Nord in Villepinte, 6 - 10 November, at the manufacturer’s stand: 15, hall 5B/isle D.

 

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