Niftylift HR17NE

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The HR17N also incorporates Niftylift’s ToughCage platform that is both lightweight and durable. It also features the multi-award winning SiOPS system, which helps prevent the operator from being crushed by overhead obstacles. The Height Rider 17N is available as a battery-electric model, or with Niftylift’s innovative Hybrid drive, giving you even more flexibility. Niftylift’s ultra-narrow 17m boom lift is designed for working in tight spots and reaching awkward areas. Zero tail swing and impressive maximum outreach of 9.7m are augmented with 180˚ platform rotation and a fly boom, helping to improve productivity. The narrow base width of 1.5m and stowed height of less than 2m make it easy to travel down corridors and through buildings to reach the job site.

 

Make & Model: Niftylift HR17NE

Max Lift Capacity: 680kg   Max Lift Capacity: 225kg

 

Max Lift Capacity: 680kg   Max Lift Height: 17.20m

 

Max Lift Capacity: 680kg   Power Type: Mains Electric

 

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Make & Model

Niftylift HR17NE

Category

Electric Self Propelled Boom

Working Height

17.20m

Cage Capacity

0kg

Gross Weight

7,200kg

Power

Mains Electric

Hours

0

Mileage

0

Colour

Green

Stock No

NA

Serial Number

NA

Description

The HR17N also incorporates Niftylift’s ToughCage platform that is both lightweight and durable. It also features the multi-award winning SiOPS system, which helps prevent the operator from being crushed by overhead obstacles. The Height Rider 17N is available as a battery-electric model, or with Niftylift’s innovative Hybrid drive, giving you even more flexibility. Niftylift’s ultra-narrow 17m boom lift is designed for working in tight spots and reaching awkward areas. Zero tail swing and impressive maximum outreach of 9.7m are augmented with 180˚ platform rotation and a fly boom, helping to improve productivity. The narrow base width of 1.5m and stowed height of less than 2m make it easy to travel down corridors and through buildings to reach the job site.

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