LGMG grows articulating line

LGMG has expanded its articulating boom lift range, along with the newly-launched 12.75m working height AR11J.

The new model adds the to eight existing articulating models in the series, which are available in electric and diesel options and cover 11 to 22m working height. They will soon be followed by another 26m working height articulating boom lift, said the manufacturer.

Offering a 270kg platform capacity, the AR11J features a four-wheel driving system, with integrated axles, designed for strong power and smooth transmission. Alongside 45% gradeability, the machine also offers a full-time floating axle to allow for tough terrains.

An advanced electronic control system provides accurate positioning and integrated commands across the machine. Besides this, the company says the AR11J has an anti-torsional frame, providing a high level of strength.

The AR11J has been certified for CE, ANSI and Australian standards.

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