Corberon restores Sens Cathedral

By Euan Youdale21 January 2013

A Ragno Palazzani XTJ 48 was used by rental company Corberon for restoration work at Sens Cathedral in the town of Sens, Bourgogne, eastern France.

The crawler mount is equipped with bi-energy system: a 35 kW diesel engine and 2.5 kW AC powered motor, which is suitable for jobs like this where inside and outside work is required, said the company.

The machine’s variable stabilizer system means the four outriggers can be individually moved and articulated simultaneously and individually to stabilize the platform on irregular surfaces. The jib can reach 5 m fully extended, which provides up and over capabilities.

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