ZED 26 modified for Singapore park work

By Maria Hadlow07 June 2011

The first ZED 26 is delivered to the Singapore National Parks authority with special modifications t

The first ZED 26 is delivered to the Singapore National Parks authority with special modifications to ease pruning and landscaping.

Italian manufacturer CTE has delivered the first specially modified ZED 26 to the local authorities of Singapore National Park. This is part of an order placed in 2010 to meet the Park's requirements for pruning trees along state roads and motorway, gardening and other activities in the parks.

The CTE ZED 26 is a three-in-one machine combining the truck-mounted aerial platform, with a saw, plus container and a tip-up bin in which to throw the cut branches. The package has been designed to make the ZED 26 easy to use, with less labour for the operator and therefore more efficient.

The ZED 26 has an operating height of 25.3 m with a capacity of 200 kg. It features a working radius of 12.5 m. This ZED 26 model has been fitted out locally by CTE's partner in Singapore, MULTICO Equipment & Parts PTE Ltd. Established in 1980, MULTICO Equipment & parts is specialises in construction, material handling, environment landscaping and recycling industry equipment.

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