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Socage introduces giant aerial platform


Wednesday, 17 Oct 2018 ( #894 ) - Sorbara Di Bomporto, Italy
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The 37DJ double articulated aerial platform
Aerial platform maker Socage has unveiled what it claims is the highest double articulated model on the market.

The 37DJ double articulated aerial platform has a working height of 37 m, lateral outreach of 23 m, and, thanks to the double pantograph, it has the capability of climbing over obstacles up to 13 m high. It has a capacity load of up to 300 kg.

The last telescopic extension has a jib for greater worker flexibility.

Andrea Gilberti, Socage commercial manager, notes that its simplicity of operation makes it suitable for rental, either with or without an operator.

He also points out that the new unit has a significant price advantage over telescopic aerial platforms with jibs.
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