Danish spider and trailer lift manufacturer Omme Lift has delivered its 10,000th machine, a 27.5 metre 2750 RBX Hybrid articulated boom spider lift. The company produced its first aerial lift - a nine metre articulating trailer mounted platform in 1981 - although the company dates back more than 100 years, and started manufacturing agricultural equipment in 1945.
The 2750 offers up to 15.5 metres outreach at an up and over heights of almost 11 metres, with 80kg in the platform, while the maximum platform capacity of 250kg at up to 12.75 metres outreach.
The anniversary machine was purchased by Gagarin Arbeitsbühnen of Aschaffenburg, Germany. The new machine was handed over to managing director Alexander Gagarin, at the Omme plant in Sønder Omme, central Jutland.
Gagarin said: "We already have several Omme platforms in the rental fleet, both trailers and spider lifts. We are convinced of the quality and have been associated with the company for a long time. The machine has virtually unbeatable performance data and is easy to operate. This is important for our customers and for me".
The new spiderlift has been scheduled to arrive in time for the winter tree pruning season. Gagarin runs a full aerial lift fleet, including truck mounts, trailers, spiders, booms and scissors, alongside telehandlers, cranes and forklifts, from three locations.