Quadruple launch from Ruthmann

By Euan Youdale09 August 2016

The new Steiger TB 2XX (working height to be confirmed) will be launched in the Autumn.

The new Steiger TB 2XX (working height to be confirmed) will be launched in the Autumn.

Ruthmann will add two new truck mounted models to its highflex range, the Steiger T 650 HF and T 750 HF, following the launch of the range at Bauma this year.

The T 650 HF will have 43m lateral outreach and 65m working height, while the T 750 HF is set to feature 75m working height and 41m lateral outreach, when they are both launched in the Autumn.

The highflex technology allows operators to reach high objects with precision and agility, as well as further possibilities when working below ground, up and over and behind objects. They offer a 440° basket rotation angle and a 220° jib rotation angle.

During the same period there will be two further models on 3.5 tonne chassis, temporarily named TB 2XX and TBR 2XX, until the working heights are revealed on launch. The current 22m working height telescopic Steiger TBR 220, with Rüssel jib, and the 27m working height Steiger TB 270+, both on 3.5 tonne trucks, are already available.

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