High voltage Versalift to Stange

By Euan Youdale18 June 2015

High voltage insulated Versalift VST-5500-MHI

High voltage insulated Versalift VST-5500-MHI

Norwegian power company Stange Energi has taken delivery of a high voltage insulated Versalift mounted on a MAN truck from the Norwegian Versalift distributor Brubakken AS.

The unit, a Versalift VST-5500-MHI, features an articulated lower boom with a side mounted telescopic upper boom and has a class C insulation rating of 46 kV and below.

The Versalift VST-5500-MHI provides 19.2 metres working height, 11.1 m outreach and has a 227 kg platform capacity and full hydraulic controls. The unit is equipped with a material handler with a capacity of 453 kg and two sets of A-frame outriggers controlled from the back of the truck and from the cabin.

Time Smartbox fiberglass toolboxes with automatic vertical opening doors have been installed on the chassis and the truck has been fitted with two winches - one in the front and one in the back.

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