Doyles buys 30 Towermatics

01 May 2008

Doyles is a major importer of compact construction and groundcare equipment-including access equipment from Bravisol and Hinowa-and also runs a builders merchants business.

Meanwhile, Wolfe is also negotiating with other potential dealers-including licenced manufacturing arrangements-in the USA, Australia and the Netherlands. Scaffold manufacturer No-Bolt in Australia is currently putting the Towermatic through Australian regulatory approvals. Access rental specialist SGB France has taken delivery of one machine for evaluation purposes.

The aluminium Towermatic has a maximum platform height of 4 m, weighs 320 kg and has a 1400 mm by 750 mm work platform. The scissor incorporates a patented tension system that makes it easy for a single person to raise the lift. No batteries or external power sources are needed. Trade price for the lift is £4000 (⋹5800).

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