Mobile Elevating Platforms have revolutionized the way we approach tasks that require working at height. Power Towers is a company committed to innovation and dedicated to providing efficient and safe solutions for various industries. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the full range of Power Towers’ mobile elevated platforms, exploring their features and differences.
Push-around manual elevation family
Pecolift: The Pecolift, a compact and lightweight option, is ideal for tasks that demand flexibility and ease of maneuverability. With a working height of up to 3.5 meters, it’s a versatile choice for indoor maintenance, construction, and facility management. Its intuitive design allows for quick setup and operation in tight spaces.
Ecolift and Ecolift WR: The Ecolift Series is a game-changer in the world of mobile elevating platforms. This line eliminates the need for batteries or power sources, operating solely on human power. With working heights of up to 4.2 meters, it’s an eco-conscious choice for projects that prioritize sustainability. Ecolift WR has the same features as a regular Ecolift, but it is a sturdier solution made specifically to withstand winds when working outdoor.
Push-around electric elevation family
Nano 25 and Nano 35: the Nano series is designed to be easily transported through doorways, making it an excellent choice for indoor applications and easy storage inside the building. Its electric drive system enhances productivity while maintaining a focus on work at hand. Nano 25 provides a maximum working height of 4,5 meters, whilst Nano 35 helps to reach up to 5,5 meters! So far, Nano 35 is the heightest elevated platform in Power Towers’ range.
Power Tower and Power Tower Duo: These two platforms are characterized by its robust design, which makes it a great alternative to scaffolding. With working heights of 5.1 meters, these platforms are built for durability and reliability. The electric elevation system , which ascends an operator to the needed height in seconds, makes this series of machines an invaluable asset for tasks that require rapid deployment and reliable performance. The major difference between Power Tower and Power Tower Duo, is that the latter can be used by two operators simultaneously.
Nano SP and Nano SP Plus: Nano SP series are completely self-propelled, which means that they not only have an electric deployment, but also can be driven while elevated. These machines are Kingspan approved and can be used on raised access flooring. A standout feature of Nano SP series is its extendable cantilever deck, made for outreach over obstructions. A regular Nano SP provides 0,5 meters cantilever deck outreach, in turn Nano SP Plus gives 1 meter working outreach.
Whether you’re tackling indoor maintenance, construction projects, or facility management, there’s a Power Towers solution designed to meet your specific needs. With a focus on efficiency, flexibility, and sustainability, Power Towers continues to set the standard for excellence in the MEWP industry.
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