Cramo expands fleet with Easy Lifts

By Euan Youdale22 December 2022

Easy Lift R160

Easy Lift has signed an agreement with rental company Cramo to supply six tracked platforms to Finland.

The units, all R160 spiders, will be delivered to Cramo at the end of this year and in the first quarter of 2023.

Cramo Finland is part of the Cramo group, which was acquired at the beginning of 2020 by Boels Rental. Easy Lift has collaborated with the company for more than 10 years.

According to Easy Lift, Cramo chose the R160 model due to its compact dimensions, making it suitable for numerous applications both inside and outside. The six machines, powered by a combustion petrol engine, are simple to use thanks to fully hydraulic controls.

Easy Lift R160

They will also be equipped with non-marking tracks and pads and painted in the iconic orange colour that distinguishes the Boels group.

Among the main features of the R160 is a working height of 15.6m, an outreach of 7.5m and a load in the basket of 120kg, complemented by an up and over clearance of 4.5m. It is also available with a diesel engine or 48V, 100 Ah lithium battery, designated as the R160BA model.

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