‘Worlds highest spider lift’ to be revealed at Bauma

Italian manufacturer Palazzani has said it will reveal the highest spider lift in the world at Bauma 2022, when the show returns to Munich later this month.

The Ragno TSJ 35.1 ECO/lithium model. The Ragno TSJ 35.1 ECO/lithium model. (Photo: Palazzani)

The company, which has decided to keep details of the lift back until Bauma, says it will bring five spider lifts to the show, including a new addition to its range of environmentally friendly lifts.

The Ragno TSJ 35.1 ECO/lithium model, which is already available on crawlers with bi-energy (diesel+AC), is the full green Eco power option (AC+lithium battery) for applications requiring zero environmental impact.

Designed to replace the former TSJ 35, the new spider lift is already in production and offers 35m working height with 15m outreach, and is just 2m high in transfer configuration, for passing through a standard door.

The new TSJ 35.1 includes the latest generation CAN BUS system with safety redundancies and a modern design.

The unit offers an automatic, simple and quick set-up, thanks to the simultaneous lowering and the synchronized articulation of the feet, with the ability to self-load on to a truck and set-up on up to 38% gradeability, thanks to the optional extendable outriggers.

It has dual basket capacities of 120kg and 230kg depending on the working area.

The boom sections are made of structural Sternx high resistant and light steel for maximum rigidity. The hexagonal profile of the boom offers an optimized distribution of forces.

The design of the platform grants good outreach and it is equipped with an automatic limiting system to simplify operations and provide turret rotation over 660°.

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