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2020 Model 12.3 m Spider Lift – S/N: PB11417

“The new king of Compact Spider Lifts!”

$82500

Plus GST

2020 model 1275 Spider Lift:
• Commissioned in Aug 2020
• Fully Radio Controlled
• Good condition
• 12.3 m working height
• Fly jib
• 230 kg MRC
• 13 hp Honda engine
• 240V Electric Motor
• Hydraulically Expanding Tracks
• 26 Hours as of Feb 2021

Released in 2020 the 1275 Spider Lift is a similar machine to Monitor Lifts’ 1380. However, the 1275 has all the bells and whistles which makes this machine the ideal Mini Spider Lift

With the most remarkable compact dimensions the 1275 can navigate its way through tight and confined spaces comfortably.

The standard radio remote control allows the operator to move around the machine and check the movements of the unit from every angle at a comfortable distance. To allow the operator to efficiently move the machine into position and set up quickly the 1275 has auto leveling outriggers. Also, its increased 230kg platform capacity provides sufficient room for two people plus tools to work comfortably from the platform.

Light in weight the 1275 is very easily towed on a 2 tonne GVM (2.2T ATM) trailer making transpiration a breeze!

A simple hydraulically expandable track design provides this machine with more stability when tackling rough terrain and also the ability to access the most confined locations.

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Chassis Type Crawler Tracks
Boom Type Articulating Knuckle
Hydraulic Fly Boom
Platform Rotation Yes
Maximum Working Height(m) 12.44
Maximum Platform Height(m)
Maximum Horizontal Reach(m) 7.54
Lift Capacity / MRC(kg) 230
Weight / Outreach Limited Yes
Turret Rotation 360°
Outrigger Stabilisers
Minimum Transport Length(m) 3.908
Minimum Transport Width(m) 1.330
Minimum Transport Height(m)
Power Honda/Hatz/240v/Batteries
Weight(kg) 1794
PLATFORM BASKET 1275 SPIDER LIFT

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