Bauma 2022: Hinowa to display electric spider lift

By Lewis Tyler05 October 2022

Tracked platform manufacturer Hinowa will display its electric drive TeleCrawler TC22S spider lift at Bauma 2022, the manufacturer has confirmed.

Hinowa will display the electric spider lift alongside other products on one stand Hinowa will display all products on one stand. (Photo: Hinowa)

The lift, which is said to have been designed with an unrestricted working range in difficult terrain or in small spaces, is available with three power units: fully electric; bi-energy; or Kubota diesel engine coupled with a 220V electric motor.

It will be exhibited alongside a wide range of other equipment from the manufacturer, including the new compact Lightlift 18.80 Performance IIIS spider with an 18.5m working height and outreach of 7.8m, with a load capacity of 230kg.

Another model on the stand will be the Lightlift 40.18 with a working height of 40.2m and compact with stabilisation area of 537 x 504 cm.

Hinowa, which celebrates its 35th anniversary at the show, has also announced that it will not be in its usual minidumper stand in hall C4 and outside stand it had previously booked.

Instead, the company and its products will be based on a single 600 square metre outdoor booth, FS 1007/1.

In the lead up to Bauma 2022, KHL is covering the latest product launches, event announcements and any other news related to the show.

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