HSS adds Power Towers' Nano SP to its fleet

03 March 2011

First deliveries of Power Towers' Nano SPs arrive at HSS Hire's Solihull depot.

First deliveries of Power Towers' Nano SPs arrive at HSS Hire's Solihull depot.

UK rental company HSS Hire has added Power Towers' Nano SP self-propelled low level platform to its fleet, in what it describes as a "significant" order.

Commenting on the order, HSS Hire category manager Ian Webber said, "We've added the Nano SP to our range to meet customer demand. Our customers wanted more options for easy low level access and we found the SP offered them a great solution.

"We have been hiring it for a while through our OneCall service and had a great response, so we're now pleased to make it a permanent addition to our fleet for 2011 to support our other access and powered access products."

The decision to buy the Nano Sp came following a "rigorous assessment process", according to Peter Ellis, national account manager for Power Towers.

"Having spent some time supporting HSS through that process we are pleased the Nano SP is now part of HSS's range," said Mr Ellis. "We are confident the Nano SP will be as successful for them as the Power Tower and look forward to continuing and developing our successful working relationship."

The low weight Nano SP is an ultra compact powered access solution, according to Mr Ellis, with a working height of 4.5m. Fully self-propelled, even when elevated, it is rated for indoor and outdoor use.

Ideal for a range of applications, including light maintenance, inspection and cleaning, the Nano SP has an extending deck for out-reach over obstructions and automatic pothole protection. It's low weight and ultra compact footprint means it can be transported on standard 500kg trailer life vehicles.

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