Lightlift keeps Welsh Assembly building in order

By Maria Hadlow04 February 2010

Ultima Cleaning uses a Hinowa Lightlift in the upkeep of the Welsh Assembly building.

Ultima Cleaning uses a Hinowa Lightlift in the upkeep of the Welsh Assembly building.

The purchase of a Hinowa Lightlift 23.12 tracked spider platform has helped Welsh cleaning company, Ultima Cleaning win the contract to supply specialist cleaning to the new Welsh Assembly Government building in Mid Wales.

Ultima Cleaning purchased the machine from Hinowa's UK dealer APS (Access Platform Sales). The machine offers a maximum working height of 23 m with an 11 m outreach and 120kg load the machines's maximum capacity is 200 kg which reduces working height and outreach to 21.7 m and 10 m respectively. An articulated jib and basket rotation adds to the machines flexibility and an overall weight of 3000kg eases transportation and floor loading.

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