Niftylift HR21D 4×4

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The HR21 4×4 combines the low weight and excellent working envelope of Niftylift’s 21m boom with powerful four-wheel drive. Weighing only 6,600kg, it is the lightest self-propelled boom in its class. Its unique suspension system, 45% gradeability and 32Hp Kubota diesel engine make it ideal for rough terrain work. Smooth hydraulic controls, 100˚ cage rotation and a jib arc of 150˚ make positioning the platform easy. Compact dimensions and tight turning radius of 4m also enhance productivity when working in tight spaces. Standard features include the ToughCage platform design and SiOPS safety system for preventing overhead crushing. Niftylift’s renowned reliability, quality design and ease of maintenance ensure an excellent return on investment for rental companies.

 

Make & Model: Niftylift HR21D 4×4

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

 

Max Lift Capacity: 680kg   Max Lift Height:20.80m

 

Max Lift Capacity: 680kg   Power Type: Diesel

 

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Make & Model

Niftylift HR21D 4×4

Category

RT Diesel Self Propelled Boom

Working Height

20.80m

Cage Capacity

0kg

Gross Weight

6,400kg

Power

Diesel

Hours

0

Mileage

0

Colour

Green

Stock No

NA

Serial Number

NA

Description

The HR21 4×4 combines the low weight and excellent working envelope of Niftylift’s 21m boom with powerful four-wheel drive. Weighing only 6,600kg, it is the lightest self-propelled boom in its class. Its unique suspension system, 45% gradeability and 32Hp Kubota diesel engine make it ideal for rough terrain work. Smooth hydraulic controls, 100˚ cage rotation and a jib arc of 150˚ make positioning the platform easy. Compact dimensions and tight turning radius of 4m also enhance productivity when working in tight spaces. Standard features include the ToughCage platform design and SiOPS safety system for preventing overhead crushing. Niftylift’s renowned reliability, quality design and ease of maintenance ensure an excellent return on investment for rental companies.

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