ReachMaster expands ahead of Rental Show

By Euan Youdale08 December 2014

ReachMaster has set up a new partnership with Dinolift

ReachMaster has set up a new partnership with Dinolift

US-based ReachMaster will be showing a range of products at the ARA Rental Show, including a boom from its new partner Dinolift.

ReachMaster recently agreed the sales partnership with Finland-based trailer mount specialist Dinolift, which also manufactures tracked platforms and booms. More details of the arrangement will follow soon.

On display at the Rental Show, taking place in New Orleans, USA, 22 – 25 February, will be the Dinolift RXT rough terrain boom series, with working heights between 67 ft, 5 inch – 86ft, 11inch.

The Dinolift has an articulated and telescopic boom, oscillating front axle and 4WD. It has as standard 2-wheel steering/4-wheel steering and crab steering. The RXT has a Kubota diesel engine and 19° or 35% gradeability.

Also on display with will be a Bluelift 59’ (B59) tracked platform with lithium battery and combustion engine hybrid . It is designed to travel through a single standard door, as do all Blluelift machines. It will include a new steering system and new, uniform control panel for all 2015 Bluelift models.

The Galizia G20 pick and carry crane will also be there. The Galizia lifts up to 4400 pounds and has 11 ft outreach. “Pick and carry cranes are becoming very popular within the rental industry,” said a company spokesman.

The ultra-compact Mighty Crane, with a lifting capacity of 6,570 pounds and 41 ft lifting height, is set to be on ReachMaster’s stand too.

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