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By Chris Sleight19 September 2012
Dingli, which took everyone by surprise with its impressive product showing at Bauma China 2010, will again be investing in the event, and says its 1,500 m2 stand will include six new telescopic booms with working heights from 20 to 43 m.
Dingli will also be offering competition to suppliers MEC and Snorkel with what it calls a 'Speed Level-style' articulating boom and a 16 m 'Ultra Deck' boom with 1.8 t of cage carrying capacity.
Sinoboom will show three new platforms at the show, in the shape of the GTSZ30, a 30 m telescopic boom, the GTZZ25, a 25 m articulating boom lift, and a 16 m electric scissor lift.
The GTSZ30 is said to be a compact machine, built using high strength steels which help reduce the overall weight. The GTZZ25 meanwhile offers a horizontal outreach of 16.1 m and a maximum working height of 26.6 m, while the travel speed is 4.8 km/h.
Sinoboom's 16m scissor lift has a capacity of 680 kg as standard, while the deck extension can carry 227 kg. This extension unit adds 1.3 m to either side of the platform. The machine can climb 40% gradients.
Mantall, attending Bauma China for the first time, will show two new product lines, the IMP vertical mast platforms and the XD-series of diesel scissor lifts. The scissors will offer working heights of up to 14 m.
Baoda will display its newly-developed construction hoists for passengers and materials. The SCD320VA can carry cages as large as 4.6m x 1.8m, with heights of up to 2.7m on a single mast. The SCD250V meanwhile comes with an adjustable cage and is designed for large loads.