Bronto Skylift, a manufacturer of truck-mounted aerial work platforms (AWPs), will demonstrate their Model S-174 XDT truck-mounted aerial platform in Booth 701 at the National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE) UNITE 2017 Conference & Exposition later this month.
The Bronto machine is among the tallest and most versatile aerial devices ever shown at a NATE exposition. The event will be held in Fort Worth, Texas, February 27 to March 2, 2017.
Model S-174 XDT is a telescoping and articulating aerial device that features a 174-ft working height, with a 100-ft horizontal outreach and up to 1,400-lb capacity in the spacious 93 x 36″ platform. Mounted on a go-anywhere chassis, the S-174 XDT lets operators drive to a location and raise the boom — precisely placing the working platform almost anywhere on the tower.
And set-up is a breeze: a single control button activates the outriggers and leveling system, which can be positioned in less than a minute. Identical control panels are located on the platform and at the turntable control station for additional safety.
Bronto Skylift with have a variety of experts on hand at NATE to explain the benefits of Bronto aerials, including Alan Hoffman, Tom Goyer, Steve Starling, and Janne Pulkkinen. TGM Wind Services’ Kevin Darby (CEO & Owner), Ripley Clayton (CFO), and Keith Darby (Operations Manager) will also be in attendance.
TGM was recently named a distributor of Bronto products for 10 states.