Sinoboom 60m reaches Australia

The tallest model in the Sinoboom range of diesel-powered telescopic boom lifts will shortly be available for the first time to customers in Australia.

Sinoboom TB58RJ Plus Sinoboom’s TB58RJ Plus.

The TB58RJ Plus was launched in 2023 and offers a maximum working height of 60m, horizontal reach of 20.01m (restricted) / 24.4m (unrestricted), and a platform capacity of 300kg (unrestricted) / 454kg (restricted).

According to the manufacturer the first unit will arrive in the country in August. 

Sinoboom Australia General Manager, Mitch Ely, said, “We’re excited to introduce this new model into our Australian product line. Sinoboom Australia plans to introduce a full range of super-booms and the TB58RJ Plus brings to the table a world class machine with the highest levels of safety and excellent return on investment for our customers.”

The telescoping jib of the TB58RJ Plus gives an additional range of motion with 6.07-8.2m extension and 119° of articulation.

Sinoboom TB58RJ Plus

For enhanced operator comfort and safety, it has an off-road optimized configuration, with anti-skid control technology, four-wheel drive with four steering modes, large-pattern solid tires, 45% gradeability, and a closed loop hydraulic system driving the machine.

The platform control unit is equipped with 3 joysticks providing precise proportional control with enhanced envelope control allowing smooth boom movements across the full envelope.

Transportability has been optimized by use of an X chassis design. The machine with axles retracted is a compact 2.49m, enabling easier transportation. With axles extended the width is 5m, providing excellent stability while still maintaining a working footprint which will not block up the jobsite.

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