Palazzani launch tops series

By Euan Youdale22 March 2021

Italy-based Palazzani has extended its TZX series with a 25m working height model.

The TZX 250 is the tallest in the TZX family of spider lifts, which ranges from 17m to 25m and each offer an articulating and telescopic boom configuration. 

Palazzani TZX 250 Palazzani’s new 25m working height TZX 250

The boom system is designed to offer agility in the air and a feeling of stability in the basket, thanks to the aluminium structure and above average-size booms sections. The TZX 250’s 25m maximum working hight is available without restriction across the working envelope, and offers a maximum outreach of 10.6m, with a low operating weight of just 2,660kg.

Designed to be very compact in transport mode, the model’s 5.123m length, 980mm width and 1,921mm hight, is combined with a minimum set-up width of 2,840 mm. 

stabilisers lowering is carried out using a manual or automatic system, according to needs, with a double wide and narrow set-up option available on slopes up to 19%.

The low centre of gravity offers excellent stability, says the manufacturer, which means movement on irregular ground or slopes is possible, up to 23% in the crawler version or 21% with the wheeled version.

The standard basket of 1400x700 mm, with capacity for one or two people, at 120kg or 200kg, is made of aluminium and is easy to disassemble which allows transfet through narrow spaces. It is equipped with fixed hydraulic controls and a 230V socket for power tools. The optional air/water pipe is available for facade cleaning applications.

As with all Palazzani spiders, the basket as the optin of a secondary guarding system, comprising laser and ultrasounds on all sides to avoid collisions and entrapment.

The TZX 250, like all Palazzani’s 16-model spider range, from 15m to 52m working height, is available in crawler and wheeled versions and with a full range of option: Bi-energy (diesel +AC) and ECO (AC+DC) with acid lead or lithium batteries.

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