November 15, 2017
We present a new Multitel Pagliero machine: tha aerial work platform model MS100
In October we presented the Multitel 160 Alu Hybrid lift platform as one of the main novelties of the Multitel brand for this 2017, this time we present the MS100 platform also from Multitel.
This platform was presented at the Apex fair in Amsterdam (the International Access Platform Exhibition) last May. It a 10 m working height platform with the particularitity that the operator's basket is over 6 m2 and with a payload of 400 kg, so 4 operatirs can easily work on it.
The platform has other features such as the possibility of sliding 50 cm on both sides, which results in a more extensive work surface. Two hydraulic motors guarantee that the operators can be in the basket (with maximum weight 250kg and height of 4 m) while the vehicle moves; Of course, without support from the stabilizers. It is a lifting platform designed to perform maintenance work on public lighting, or inside tunnels, for electricians, signmakers or industrials that require working quickly and agile at a maximum height of 10 m. The fact of not having to stow the stabilizers makes the truck-platform very agile to move.
With this model Multitel tries to provide the service demanded by the end users of increasingly higher models for tonnage and with a good load capacity in the basket to have greater flexibility in terms of type of work thanks to being a pioneer brand in the technological aspect and investment in R&D.
May 23, 2018
SMX 250, the new 25 mts track platform was presented at Intermat, Paris.
March 23, 2018
During April, one of the biggest shows in the sector will take place: Intermat 2018
The show is from April 23rd to 28th, and it hosts 183,000 visitors and 1,500 exhibitors presenting an offer of equipment, materials and...
October 23, 2017
In this month of October we present one of the new models of Multitel, the first of the 3 new models launched by Multitel Pagliero during this year. This is the 160 Alu Hybrid: a 16 m truck platform presented during the JDL...