Sinoboom launches lower level boom lift

Sinoboom TB14J Plus

Sinoboom is launching a new 14m telescopic boom lift, the TB14J Plus, to meet increasing demand from international customers for lower level access equipment for work on low-rise construction projects.

Compared with 18m and 20m models, the new lift promises to save on procurement, transportation and maintenance costs, says Sinoboom. It will be available to customers in Q4 of 2023

Sinoboom TB14J Plus The new inoboom TB14J Plus for lower level contruction projects.

The new model features a three-section boom design, resulting in a shorter stowed length than many similar models in the industry. This enables two machines to be loaded into one container or on a single flatbed truck, which reduces transport costs.   

The unit is fitted with a lower-power 18KW engine making for simpler maintenance requirements and a further decrease in the cost of ownership.

The TB14J Plus is designed for optimal productivity on uneven terrain, with a three-stage loading capacity of 454kg / 340kg / 250kg, active oscillation, four-wheel drive and 40% gradeability. The large-format display delivers real-time machine status data and enables quick fault diagnosis, to help minimise downtime. For additional reliability, Rexroth controllers and dual backup chips are installed, and the machine is rated at Performance Level D.

The company has pointed out that blue coloured Sinoboom equipement is not available in the US market. 

Sinoboom confirms Thailand distributorship MEWP representative willl continue manufacturer’s growth in the country 

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