Intermat presentations from Omme

By Euan Youdale15 January 2018

Omme Lift will show two products at the Intermat exhibition in April.

The 17m working height 1700 EX trailer mount and the 18.25m 18.40 RXJ compact tracked platform will be on Omme’s stand during the construction equipment exhibition in Paris, France.

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The 1700 EX has a working height of 1680mm, and an outreach of 910mm with a 200kg basket load. The unfolding scissor system gives the lift an increased up and over outreach over high obstacles.

A transport length of 6240mm, a transport width of 1600mm and a low own weight of 2050kg makes maneuvering easy in narrow and awkward places. To ensure smooth and steady movements 1700 EX will, as standard, be equipped with proportional controls by means of a potentiometer.

1700 EX platforms are mounted with hydraulic propulsion and hydraulic stabilizers. When equipped with hydraulic propulsion the platform can propel itself around the work site. The basket has a great rotation of +/- 50°, which makes it possible for two people to operate parallel with a facade, for example.

The 1700 EX is powered by an electric motor, connected to 230 V mains and is especially suitable where continuous operation is required. The 1700 EXB is powered by a heavy duty battery pack, in total 24V/200 Ah/5h. Operation is possible independently of 230 V mains connection.

18.40 RXJ

The compact 18.40 RXJ has a working height of 18.25m and outreach of 10.50m with a 200kg basket load. This provides the user with a variety of options for both indoor and outdoor usage.

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It has a transport length of 4.85m, a transport width of 0.79m and a transport height of 1.99m. The compact dimensions are designed for exceptional manoeuvrability in confined spaces.

With an articulating riser system working in a straight vertical line, 18.40 RXJ provides maximum up and over outreach.

Flush basket mount, no bulky fixture underneath to inflict damage on rooftops or other items. Fixed basket and turret controls.

The true hybrid Engine and battery power with automatic re-charge of the battery pack when the engine is on. Continuous re-charge is also possible with an on-board charger during lift operation and without interruptions. Battery power means no direct mains power annoyance with trailing power cables and voltage drop.



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