Spider focus for Tracked Access

24 April 2008

A 16 m RAM (left) and 14 m Hinowa machine owned by Tracked Access working on an extension to Middles

A 16 m RAM (left) and 14 m Hinowa machine owned by Tracked Access working on an extension to Middlesex University buildings at Hendon in London. Low floor loadings required the use of very large sprea

Mr Lomax told AI that “Interest in this type of equipment is increasing all the time... Changes in building structure and design have increasingly called for lightweight compact access equipment and mini-cranes. There are a number of applications where tracked mini-cranes are working alongside tracked spider platforms. Many customers have been looking for a single source for this specialist equipment.” See this issue for a special feature on narrow, tracked machines.

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