Dingli expands modular boom range

By Leila Steed12 September 2022

The Dingli BT34RT boom lift fully extended The diesel powered BT34RT boom lift. (Photo: Dingli)

Dingli has expanded its M Series range of modular boom lifts, with the launch of the electric powered BT34ERT and the diesel powered BT34RT. 

The booms offer a maximum working height of 34.14m, an outreach of 21.6m, and an operating weight of 19,150kg (19.2 tonnes).

Like other models in the range, they offer a lower centre of gravity for greater stability and feature four-section booms that provide a large load capacity, easy maintenance and stable control.

While the diesel powered BT34RT is equipped with a Deutz engine, the electric BT34ERT is fitted with a 80V520Ah high-capacity lithium battery pack and can be charged in as little as 1.5 hours.

It also offers “environmental protection, zero noise, convenient maintenance at low cost, safety and practicality,” says Dingli.

Both models include Dingli’s axle integrated four-wheel drive system which enables them to navigate rough terrain.

Dingli BT34ERT boom lift The electric powered BT34ERT boom lift. (Photo: Dingli)

Around 90% of the models’ components - all of which are located on both sides of the chassis for easy access - and over 95% of their structural parts are common to the M series range. This helps to lower the cost of maintenance and storage.

Like other M Series machines, which cover maximum working heights from 24 to 34 meters, the booms can also be transported in a standard container.

 

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