First EGI-Klubb model unveiled in Russia

Klubb has launched the first redesigned model from the EGI insulated truck and van mounted platform range at a show in Russia.

The 14 metre EGI-Klubb E14P is based on a standard Klubb van mounted platform, with the first unit installed on a 3.5 tonne Ford Transit van, offering up to 7.5 metres of outreach and a 200kg platform capacity. The model is fully insulated to 46kV and complies with ANSI 92.2 standard cat. B and C allowing for it to be used for live line work carried out according to the ANSI recognised ‘hot stick’ (safe clearance).

Klubb chief executive Julien Bourrellis, said: “We have been working for a year to redesign EGI-Klubb group products. It is a great achievement to launch this new model of insulated platform with our partner, Safe Technology, in Russia. These models combine the best of EGI and Klubb's technical know how.”
The E14P is the first EGI-Klubb model from its redesigned range of insulated platforms

The launch model has been purchased by Safe Technologies - which was recently appointed as the EGI and Klubb dealer for Russia - the machine is currently on show at the ‘Power Grids’ International Forum (PGIF) in Moscow.
Klubb acquired French insulated platform manufacturer EGI in August last year and offers a range of insulated van and truck mounted lifts with working heights ranging from 10 to 65 metres.
E14P features a telescopic boom with an articulated jib insulated up to 46kV


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