Low emission scissor from Holland Lift

By Euan Youdale16 November 2017

Holland Lift has introduced a new scissor lift fitted with what the manufacturer describes as a future-ready environmentally-friendly diesel engine.

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The key feature of the new HL-275 D25 4WD/P/N is its Hatz 4H50TIC diesel engine. This common rail, turbocharged diesel engine is Stage IIIB (EU 97/68)/Tier 4 Final (EPA)Stage V ready to meet the most stringent non-road emission limits in both Europe and the US.

”It is also very quiet, and returns significantly lower fuel consumption than comparable alternative engines,” said the company, ”As a package, it therefore meets several key environmental and operational goals.”

Stage V will phase in from 31 December 2018.

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As the name suggests, the HL-275 D25 is derived from the company’s existing HL-275 D27 model. As well as the greener engine, it features another crucial difference: it’s narrower. Instead of being 2.65m wide, it is 2.5m wide. This change, made in response to customer feedback, means the D25 version can be moved on a regular transporter. The wider D27 requires special transportation arrangements. Despite its slight reduction in width, the HL-275 D25 can still be driven safely at full height, which is the same 27m as the D27 model.

The same Hatz engine unit will also be made available in Holland Lift’s HL-340 D25 scissor lift in December 2018.

Other features of the new HL-275 D25 4WD/P/N are a lifting capacity of 1000kg and it is capable of drivinf at full height with maximum load on the main deck and extension deck.


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