Palazzani adds a 32 m spider

10 November 2009

The latest model in Palazzani's spider range has a 32 m working height and highly versatile outrigge

The latest model in Palazzani's spider range has a 32 m working height and highly versatile outriggers.

Among its other recently launched machines Palazzani was showing the Ragno XT J32/C spider. The new machine will replace the XTJ 30 and has a different carriage, boom and outriggers.

With 32 m working height and a stowed height of less than 2.0 m, the machine features a number of new technical features including a special jacking system that allows the auto leveling outriggers to be positioned in numerous ways to suit the conditions.

The main hydraulic cylinder is positioned outside the boom so that pipes and cables can be housed inside the boom for improved safety. New control systems, give faster operational speeds, there is dual power (230VAC/Hatz diesel) and advanced diagnostics.

Other machines on show were the TZX170, TSJ27 & XTJ32 & XTJ42: the TZX170 & TSJ27 being exhibited at the Vertikal show earlier this year.

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