Access Platform News

The new Platform Basket 43T, although a 43M working height boom this latest generation spiderlift can Stowe as low at 1.985m and only 1.405m Wide.

The first 43T has now arrived in the UK and gone straight out to work, the machine boasts a seven section telescopic boom, topped by a two section telescopic articulated jib. It offers a 43.2 metre working height, an outreach of 17.3 metres with 136kg in the platform while the maximum platform capacity of 330kg is available at an outreach of up to 13 metres and 230kg up to 16.5 metres, with a three person rating.

Its multi position outrigger system allows it to level up on slopes or steps with height differences of up to 1.8 metres as well as lift the entire machine 1.3 metres clear of the ground with a width of over 2.5 metres – sufficient to reverse a trailer or truck bed under for loading without the need for ramps. Overall width ranges from a minimum of 1.41 metres with a height of 1.99 metres to an extended width of 1.9 metres. Total weight is 12,570kg.

This sure is going to be a popular Spider.

RR14 Working

A great photo of Preston Hires 33.15 out working in the sun. This 33.15 was pictured working on un-even surfaces but showing the great out reach of the machine with 15m of outreach. Photo taken whilst working on the Averna Luxury Homes in Melville Beach. WA.

Photo by Preston Hire.

Coronavirus outbreak

Coronavirus has caused disruption to a lot of businesses this week but Promax Access would like to assure all of our customers that we are still open during our normal working hours to provide support for vital services.

We are practising social distancing at the office to attempt to reduce the spread to the most vulnerable people in our society. We are doing everything we can to support our loyal customer network and maintain vital services such as parts distribution and servicing/maintenance.

Please visit our website regularly for more information on the measures that Promax Access are taking to combat coronavirus and the related problems that this will inevitably bring. For further information on coronavirus please visit the government website for a more comprehensive guide on what to do during this difficult period.

wind damaged roofs in Manchester repairs

Athena’s super compact Platform Basket 27.14 spiderlift showing off the great build quality of the upper boom structure. This photo has been taken recently whilst helping to repair wind damaged roofs in Manchester after the recent storms. This handy Spiderlift access platform has proved invaluable in the race to get properties back in good shape after the recent storms damaged various buildings within the city

Photo thanks to Athena.

Preston Hire of Australia has recently taken delivery of a number Platform Basket RR14 evo 3’s. Fitted with the Australian Tri-gauge system and fully compliant to AS7501 and AS7502. Built from the ground up as a dedicated rail MEWP, these machines are sure to be a winner.

Photo thanks to Preston Hire

A great photo of the super-compact Platform Basket 30T helping out Media Access Solutions whilst on set recently of the filming of a new advertisement for Cadburys.

Photo from Media Access Solutions.

A platform Basket 18.90 Pro belonging to Global Platforms has been out and about on a wet and windy worksite today.

Thanks to global for sharing a great picture.

A great aerial photograph was taken from the cage of a recently purchased Platform Basket 43T by Hijsen Australia. The photo was taken at almost the maximum the machine would reach, but we think the operator could have taken it just that bit more.

Photo taken by Hijsen.