Hy-Brid Lifts reveals further details on new product ranges

Former low level access specialist Hy-Brid Lifts has released further details of its plans to significantly expand its equipment range into larger scissor lifts, vertical masts with and without jibs, articulating booms and telehandlers.

The move follows the company’s buyout by Turkey-based ASKO, which also owns Turkish MEWP manufacturer ELS Lift and construction equipment manufacturer MST Construction Machinery.

Hy-Brid Lifts new product lines

Last month Hy-Brid Lifts’ revealed which new product types it will start producing. Now, the company has provided some of the specifications of the equipment to be first shown at next year’s ARA Show, which takes place in New Orleans, US, in February.

The new scissor lifts will have working heights up to 51ft, along with a large lifting capacity and working area and electric drive. The new line will also be outdoor rated.

The vertical mast lifts will be compact and have working heights up to 19ft, again with large lifting capacities and electric drive. In addition, there will be mast lifts with jibs ranging up to 32ft working height, with 10ft of horizontal reach, offering the same wider features as the standard vertical masts.

The company’s first articulating booms will result in new models with working heights up to 49ft and outreaches of 28ft, along with the customary large basket capacity and electric drive.

Finally, the company will produce a series of telehandlers with lifting heights up to 56ft and capacities up to 12,000 pounds, powered by a 134 horsepower engine.

The company said, “With the partnership with ASKO, we will be significantly expanding our product line and services offered.

“This is a big and exciting step for us and we are excited to share these new offerings with you at next year’s ARA Show.”

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