Versalift launches world’s highest van mount

By Euan Youdale27 September 2019

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Versalift VDTL-165-F.

Versalift has launched the world’s largest working height van mounted platform.

The VDTL-165-F, mounted on either a 3.5 tonne Renault Master or Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, has a working height of 16.6m and an outreach of 8.5m.

The payload has also been improved, compared to previous models, to 306kg, including driver, passenger and a full tank. It allows the user to add optional interior, tools and spare parts, etc. Mounting the VDTL-165-F on a van also secures the workshop tools from theft or weather damage.

The stronger boom and turret add to a clean design and low maintenance. Other notable features include emergency operation from the ground, turret tail swing and outriggers within the mirrors. The VDTL-165-F, mounted on a 3.5 tonne van, is made in Europe and designed to meet the needs of the European market.

“In short, the new VDTL-165-F is a true game changer, for the van mount market in Europe, as the lift vehicle truly is more than a van mount,” said Versalift.

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