Dingli to display full electric offering
09 May 2022
Dingli will bring a number of electric equipment to the Vertikal Days exhibition in the UK this week to reflect its full range.
They will include the large capacity electric boom series, articulated booms with optimum downreach and outreach performance, the 22m large electric rough-terrain scissor series, and AC scissor series with heights from 8m to 16m.
The ‘large-load’ boom series offers working heights from 24.1m - 30.3m and a maximum load 454kg. There are 20 models across the series; 10 models each powered by electric and combustion. As the company points out 95% of structural parts and 90% of main components are common, across the high chassis design.
The ‘axle model’ electric boom series has working heights from 20.28m - 22.21m and a maximum load 230kg. The specially designed axle offers 4x4 drive and high rough terrainability. With the advantages of no noise and high energy saving, the series is suitable for indoor and outdoor work with high environmental requirements.
The electric rough terrain scissor series has working heights of 12m to 32m, and a maximum load of 1,000kg, and are designed to offer large capacity and the ability to work across a range of terrains.
In addition to offering the same capabilities as their diesel counterparts, the zero emission RT scissors are suitable for work in environmentally-sensitive environments, such as the national grid, nuclear power plants, petrochemical plants, residential areas, airports and tunnels, among others.
The AC scissor series covers working heights if 7.8m - 15.7m, with maximum load capacity of 250kg. The slab scissor range features a fully sealed AC system for drive and lifting, replacing the traditional DC system, and offers the advantages of maintenance-free, more waterproof and more efficient, safer use.
Finally the manufacturer’s new Oil-free AMWP7-8100L vertical mast lift will be on show. Offering a maximum working height 6.7m, its electric lifting actuators are used instead of traditional hydraulic cylinders, and it has a maximum load of 230kg. The machine is purely electrically driven, and is suitable for areas with narrow aisles like warehouse and supermarkets.
Vertikal Days takes place this week in the UK, 11-12 May.