GT Access buys Manitou booms

By Euan Youdale09 March 2015

Tony Hobbs (Manitou UK) third from left concludes the order for Manitou Access Platforms with Jonath

Tony Hobbs (Manitou UK) third from left concludes the order for Manitou Access Platforms with Jonathan Till, (fourth left) managing director of GTAccess at a recent trade fair.

UK-based GT Access is investing in Manitou rough terrain articulated booms.

They include the 160ATJ and 160ATJ+ models, both of which have a working height of 16 m. The latter has a larger basket of 2.4m x 0.9m and increased basket capacity of 400kg, for up to three people.

A larger storage area for tools and equipment is also available. Completing the Manitou line up for GT Access are the 18m working height 180ATJ and 20m 200ATJ.

The all terrain capability of the ATJ platforms include three steering modes, hydrostatic transmission, 4WD, heavy duty axles and underbelly protection. They can handle gradients up to 40% with ease.

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