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27.07.2020

New 70 metre compact Ruthmann

Ruthmann has launched a new 70 metre truck mounted platform, the T 700 HF, with up to 41 metres of outreach on a chassis with an overall length of just under 12 metres.
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The new 70m Ruthmann T 700 HF


Based on the 65 metre T 650 HF, the new machine has a longer three section 24.6 metre upper boom, and a 1.7 metre higher pivot point with the five section main boom, thanks to an increase in the maximum boom angle to 83 degrees, which also provides the benefit of a greater up & over height. The new machine is also equipped with Ruthmann’s two metre highflex 'Rüssel' articulated jib with 220 degrees of articulation and can reach up to 17 metres below ground.
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Maximum capacity is 600kg in the 3.82 metre by 970mm extended basket, which offers 440 degrees of platform rotation. The basket can also be specified with a heated floor, a material winch or a movable folding seat.
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The two metre jib has 220 degrees of articulation


The T 700 HF can be mounted on a variety of four axle chassis with Gross Vehicle Weights of 32 or 36 tonnes, including Scania, Volvo or MAN with 8 x 2 or 8 x 4 drives configurations.
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A choice of compact chassis are available


The new Dynamic Reach System (DRS ) is another option that the company thinks will be popular, given that it optimises the outreach under different operating conditions and thus gets the maximum out of the machine for circumstances on each job. These include pre-settings for sites with low ground bearing capacity, or for working in high wind speeds.

The first unit has been sold to Austrian crane access and telehandler rental company Felbermayr.

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