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2020 Rebuild 31 m Spider Lift – S/N: 7042VLL

Omme 3150 RBDJ 31m Spider Lift - 2009 Model (Rebuilt in 2020)


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Rebuilt 2009 model Omme 3150 telescopic boom spider lift.
• Dual power incl 20 hp Kubota diesel plus:
• 24 volt on board battery system
• Hetronic radio control drive
• Fly jib
• Platform rotation
• Electric emergency lowering
• Removable platform for tight access
• Non marking tracks.

Omme’s non-marking tracks are very gentle on sensitive flooring, and the radio-control drive provides ease of manoeuvring in tight areas. With a stowed width of only 1.1 m, the Omme 3000 is perfect for driving down narrow paths and through small gate openings. You will find these Spider Lifts providing solutions to the most difficult access problems in many countries around the world, including Australia and New Zealand!

At only 4000 kg in weight, this 30 m Spider Lift can easily be transported and even craned into difficult locations. (Lifting points and procedures are standard with all Monitor Spider Lifts.)

The Omme’s all have a huge amount of travel in their dual position stabiliser legs, allowing them to set up on the most difficult areas, including sloping or very uneven terrain.

In 1997, Monitor Lifts introduced the first spider lift into the Australasian market. Monitor Lifts are the leading supplier of Spider Lifts and other specialised access equipment in Australia and New Zealand.

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Chassis Type Crawler Tracks
Boom Type Telescopic Stick
Hydraulic Fly Boom Option
Platform Rotation 100
Maximum Working Height(m) 31.1
Maximum Platform Height(m) 29.1
Maximum Horizontal Reach(m) 12.6
Lift Capacity / SWL(kg) 200
Weight / Outreach Limited Yes
Turret Rotation 800
Outrigger Stabilisers Yes
Minimum Transport Length(m) 7.54
Minimum Transport Width(m) 1.1
Minimum Transport Height(m) 1.99
Power Kubota 20 HP Diesel & Batteries
Weight(kg) 4150

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