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Flexible upright lifting systems now available from Universal.

Universal Aerial Platforms : 18 February, 2008  (New Product)
Ideal for powered access or for upright lifting, the Upright SL30SL is available for hire from Universal Aerial Platforms due to its expanded fleet of specialist equipment.
Leading powered access rental company Universal Aerial Platforms is expanding its fleet of specialist lifting equipment, after taking delivery of 10 Upright SL30SL machines.

Manufactured by UpRight Powered Access, the SL30SL has a unique "speed levelling" system that makes it ideal for rough terrain. The oscillating axle keeps all four wheels on the ground, even when operating on an incline. This means the machine can be used safely in conditions that are impossible for other types of platform - and the working area always remains level.

The SL30SL can cope with gradients of up to 35% (or 19 degrees) while still providing a working height of up to 11 metres - and can be driven at full height. The big deck 1.72m x 4.23m platform provides a large and safe working area, with a carrying capacity of 590kg.
Steve Mann of Universal said: "The UpRight SL30SL brings an added dimension to our rental fleet.

"We know there is demand from our customer base for a versatile machine that can still provide good deck space and working height for operations on rough terrain.

"Compared to other standard platform types, we feel the SL30SL provides greatly improved and safer operating conditions in the most difficult site environments."

The UpRight SL30SL lifts brings Universal's total fleet investment during 2007 to over 30 specialist platforms, totalling more than £2 million.
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