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Haulotte launches new rough-terrain platform


Wednesday, 5 Dec 2018 ( #901 ) - L'Horme, France
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Haulotte's PULSEO
Haulotte has launched a new line of environmentally friendly electric mobile elevating platforms.

The PULSEO range has been debuted with two launch models, HA20 LE and HA20 LE PRO.

Equipped with non-marking tyres, this new generation of electric mobile elevating platforms is suited to outdoor applications. Its oscillating axle and four-wheel drive ensure optimal adherence and stability for outdoor work.

Thanks to their silent electric operation, PULSEO models can be used at any time with no inconvenience for local residents.

The machines boast a smaller footprint, with low tail swing and easy handling, allowing for operation in confined spaces.

The independent four-wheel drive sees each wheel producing powerful torque and ensures excellent traction distribution.

The PULSEO range is covered by a five-year warranty.
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