Truck Mounted Aerial Lifts – Ruthmann Steiger T-243A High Access Work Platform
Truck mounted aerial lifts built for the United States and Canadian markets by Ruthmann include the Steiger T-243A. These high-flexibility (HF) units are designed for efficient set up and operation heights commonly needed in the electric utility construction and wind turbine and blade maintenance industries.
Truck Mounted Aerial Lifts – Ruthmann Steiger T-243A Specifications
Truck mounted aerial lifts offered through Ruthmann Reachmaster are some of the most capable bucket trucks in North America. This versatile unit has a working height of 243’ (74 m) and 121’ (37 m) of horizontal reach. On top of its market leading horizontal reach, the Ruthmann T-243A vehicle mounted aerial lift has 1,300 lbs (590 kg) of platform capacity. One aspect of this unit’s versatility is that it has a maximum downward reach of 46’ (14 m) below grade. Because of the use of common electronic and hydraulic parts across all Ruthmann products, they are the easiest units to service in their class. North American Steiger units come with optional wind speed ratings up to 43 mph (19 meters per second), 28 mph (12.5 m/s) is standard.. Transmission linemen and blade maintenance technicians like the smooth handling of the Ruthmann platform. The Ruthmann Steiger T-243A meets the requirements of ANSI A92.2 and CSA C225 with 3rd party certification of compliance.
Truck Mounted Aerial Lift Specifications – Ruthmann Steiger T-243A
Auto outrigger setting and leveling and an intelligent control system are two features of this high access truck mounted aerial lift. Ruthmann T-243A vehicle mounted aerial lifts meet the requirements of ANSI A92.2 and CSA C225, with 3rd party certification of compliance. One key benefit of the T-243A is that it offers smooth operation as a result of the unique multi-bevel Ruthmann boom shape, as well as a high resolution COCKPIT intelligent control system.
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