Bronto Skylift, a manufacturer of truck-mounted mobile elevating work platforms (MEWPs), introduces its Model SI 219 HDT-C — currently the world’s tallest insulated truck-mounted aerial platform.
Bronto will show and demonstrate the Model SI at the International Construction and Utility Equipment Expo (ICUEE | Stand N2054). The show will take place October 3 to 5, 2017, in Louisville, Kentucky.
The Model SI 219 HDT-C is a telescoping insulated aerial device, rated to 765kV, and it features a whopping 219-ft (67 m) working height with 89-ft (27 m) of horizontal outreach. This includes up to 1,000 lbs (454 kg) of capacity in the spacious 7-ft platform.
When used with a 5-ft platform and standard 900-lb (408 kg) capacity material handler — which easily folds out of way when not in use — the total platform and material handler capacity increases to 1125 lbs (510 kg).
Mounted on a Tor10x6 chassis, the Model SI 219 HDT-C lets workers drive to a location and raise the boom to an exact location. The 360º continuous turntable rotation means it’s possible to precisely place the working platform almost anywhere overhead in a matter of minutes.