Falcon launches ‘smaller’ series

By Euan Youdale22 January 2021

Falcon Lifts has introduced a range of five ‘smaller’ spider lifts, with working heights from 13m to 27m.

The Falcon Sigma range, which is produced through a new partnership, is so named as the unique design of the boom resembles the shape of the Greek letter Σ.

Falcon FS230 Sigma The Falcon FS230 Sigma, part of Falcon Lifts’ new Sigma series

According to the Denmark-based manufacturer, the new, more compact, series complements the existing Falcon Lifts models, with the complete portfolio of spider lifts offering working heights from 13m to 52m, for all potential applications. The Sigma range is track mounted and offered as hybrid or all-electric lithium battery powered versions.

According to the company, customer research has revealed there is a need for high quality, smaller spider lifts, with groundbreaking features that are usually limited to larger, more expensive models. Brian Falck Schmidt, sales director at Falkon Lifts said, “Many of our valued customers have been asking for smaller Falcons with exceptional quality and the same features they experience from the traditional Falcon Lifts models. We are very pleased to finally be able to offer the new range of products with working heights from 13m - 27m that we believe answers the needs of our quality-conscious customers”.

The Falcon Sigma models are being produced by a partner company in close collaboration with Falcon Lifts. Falck Schmidt added, “We are extremely pleased with the newly established collaboration. We have now the capabilities, the required scale and the engineering knowhow needed to introduce and supply smaller spider lifts with the falcon quality.”

In addition to the Falcon Sigma product range, the manufacturer will launch other Falcon models during 2021, with unique features allowing customers to perform new tasks, it said. 

More information about the new Sigma range will follow soon.

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