CPL to exhibit the latest 20m Chassis mount, at Vertikal Days.Anna Ramsden
Since the acquisition of the Italian company ISOLI by the international KLUBB Group in October 2022, The Group, including CPL has extended its product range of light chassis mounted platforms. (>3.5 tonnes).
The new flagship model of this range, the CPL 20 metre Chassis mount, is now available in the UK with stock ready for demonstration. This model is particularly sought after within rental and maintenance sectors due to its fast speed of set up, ease of operation and front mounted basket.
The range of articulated platforms produced by the group offers working heights ranging from 20 metres to 24 metres on light vehicles. These models, including the CPL 20m, are very popular as they allow rapid deployment of the boom, while guaranteeing a safe and suitable working height for all jobs.
A vehicle fitted with an articulated boom lift, such as this 20m model, always has outriggers to stabilise it with the ground during operation. In this case, the outriggers are within the frame, which allows for a narrow jack footprint to enable minimum space on the ground or roadway. This is especially beneficial when carrying out jobs in difficult to access areas.
The entire range of KLUBB Group’s articulating aerial platforms are easily accessible to anyone for ‘basic’ use as well as for more ‘sophisticated’ or specific manoeuvres. They are equipped with easy-to-use controls to enable personnel to operate and handle them safely, and to position the work platform precisely at the desired height.
This platform has a space-saving front basket attachment, that makes it easy to position the basket at height. The CPL 20m Chassis mount also has a high load capacity: the articulating aerial platforms are designed to carry users (2-person basket) as well as equipment, making them ideal for construction and maintenance work where tools and equipment need to be transported to working height.
This model is also equipped with electro-hydraulic controls and its articulated boom can reach a working height of 20 metres, while guarantees a working offset of 9 metres. Unlike telescopic platforms that do not have double articulation, they offer a greater degree of freedom than their competitors. This makes them more suitable for working at heights that are difficult to access. This articulated design offers great versatility and mobility in tight spaces. However, the articulated arm, which offers smoother movements, requires additional cylinders.
The chassis range of aerial work platforms developed by Klubb offers a variety of practical and efficient machines and are recommended for use in the construction, pruning and industrial sectors, as they offer greater flexibility. The arm, which folds out, makes it possible to reach areas over obstacles rather than under them. It also allows you to work on the same point and move horizontally or vertically more easily.
CPL will exhibit this model at Vertikal Days in May. Make sure you register for your free tickets and contact us to book a demo.