Spanish crane and access rental company Eurogrúas has taken delivery of a new 90 metre Ruthmann T900 HF truck mounted lift.
The T900 HF provides an outreach of 42 metres with an unrestricted platform capacity of 350kg, while 39 metres of outreach is possible with the maximum platform capacity of 600kg. It also features Ruthmann’s ‘High-Flex’ jib with 220 degrees of articulation and 440 degrees of platform rotation. It is also equipped with the DRS system which calculates the working envelope based on actual outrigger set up and wind speeds.
Mounted on a five axle Scania P450 chassis it takes over as the largest platform in the company’s range replacing a 75 metre lift as the ‘flagship’. Applications for the new machine will include work in the wind, energy, port, shipyard, civil engineering and telecommunication markets.
The unit was sold through local distributor and service company Amco Machinery & Consulting which also provided training on all aspects of the machine from operation to maintenance and servicing.
Eurogruas has a long history in cranes and platforms, having been formed from six partner companies in 1999 and developed since then. The group headquarters are in Seville, southern Spain, but the aerial lift division, which is based in Córdoba, runs an extensive fleet of self-propelled, spider lift and truck mounted lifts from 10 locations. The crane division runs around 150 All Terrain, Rough Terrain and crawler cranes with capacities up to 1,000 tonnes and also has an operation in Brazil.