37m Spider for E.G. Galasso

Italian rental company E.G. Galasso has taken delivery of a 37 metre Palazzani Ragno XTJ 37+ spider lift.

The XTJ 37+ offers a maximum outreach of 15.7 metres with a reduced 120kg platform capacity, while 13 metres is possible with its 330kg maximum platform capacity.
The handover

The XTJ 37+ was launched at Bauma 2019 but updated in 2021. It originally had a fixed track width of 1.2 metres but the track width on later machines is adjustable from 1.2 to 1.5 metres improving stability when travelling over uneven ground.

Owner Vincenzo Galasso said: “One of our strong points is definitely the use of aerial platforms. Thanks to the versatility of the Ragno XTJ 37+ we are now able to carry out several jobs, especially in uncomfortable areas.”
(L-R) Fabiola Galasso, Marco Savoldi of Palazzani, Vincenzo Galasso, Luigi De Matteo of Palazzani and Gianfranco Di Noia, Gribi Chokri, Giacomo Rivetti and Vincenzo Martino from Galasso

The new lift went straight to work installing antennas in Liguria.

Luigi De Matteo of Palazzani said: “We are proud that the Ligurian company E.G. Galasso has renewed its confidence in Palazzani products by choosing the Ragno XTJ 37+ for its fleet.”
On its first job installing telecommunications antenna

Based in Sanremo in Northern Italy and established in 2002, E.G. Galasso rents platforms and scaffolding for civil, private and public use including maintenance of buildings and tree pruning.
The XTJ 37+ spider lift