Teupen's new 27m spider lift

German spider lift manufacturer Teupen will launch the new 27 metre Leo 27GTplus at Germany's Dach+Holz exhibition in Stuttgart in early March and at Intermat in Paris this April.

The new model features the classic dual telescopic boom format, with a three section telescopic riser/lower boom, topped by a three section telescopic upper boom and articulating jib with 160 degrees of articulation. All cables and hoses are routed internally within the boom, protecting them against dirt and dust etc.
The new 27m Leo 27GTplus

The new model includes all existing Teupen outrigger set up configurations, plus an additional one - Narrow front/Wide rear, allowing it to be positioned between rows of seats/pews when working in university lecture halls or churches etc.

Other features include standard radio remote controls, an improved full colour display screen and new ‘Fuzzy V’ controls, as well as wider and longer rubber tracks and 180 degrees platform rotation.

The Leo27GTplus has a maximum outreach of 14.5 metres at an up & over height of 12 metres with a 100kg in the platform and can take its maximum platform capacity of 250kg to 12.5 metres. The machine's overall width is 890mm, overall length seven metres with basket fitted - 6.45 metres without - and it has an overall height of 1.99 metres, while weighing 3,900kg.

The track width can be varied hydraulically on its parallelogram track legs, raising the height of the machine at the same time, so that it is higher when narrow and lower when wide.
The new lift has a wide selection of set up positions and a high degree of levelling

Power comes from a Kubota diesel for outdoor use and a 230 volt mains electric motor for indoor use. Lithium or AGM battery versions will be available during the third quarter.