Haulotte MEWPS for China space station assembly

By Leila Steed10 May 2021

Haulotte MEWPs at the China National Space Administration The Tianhe was successful launched into orbit, 400km above the Earth surface, on 29 April, 2021.

Three Haulotte MEWPs have been used at the Wenchang Space Launch Center in Hainan province, China, to help in the assembly and testing of a space station capsule.

Two Star 10 vertical masts with a 3m jib outreach and a 15m HA15 IP electric articulating boom were used by scientists and technicians to access all areas of the 22.5-tonne Tianhe core capsule.

Comprised of a connecting section, a life-support and control section and a resources section, the Tianhe (which means ‘Harmony of Heavens’) measured 16.6m long and 4.2m in diameter...Sign in to continue reading.

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