Dingli has introduced the first models of its new M-series modular boom lifts, the electric powered BT34ERT and diesel powered BT34RT. The machines have a maximum working height of 34.14 m and a maximum load of 454 kg.
Designed by the company’s Italian R&D centre, the M-series boom lifts cover maximum working heights from 24 to 34 m. Dingli said the design of the BT34ERT and BT34RT models is based on its original modular boom series, with the centre of gravity shifted down and featuring four-section booms. Thus they deliver several benefits, including a large load capacity, strong power, easy maintenance, high chassis, great energy saving, stable control and easy transportation.
With a modular design, the M-series has been developed on the same platform base. According to Dingli, 90% of the main components and more than 95% of the structural parts are common, lowering the storage cost and simplifying the maintenance of the machine.
The diesel model is powered by a Deutz engine, and has a maximum gradeability of 45%. The electric model is equipped with an 80-V, 520-Ah high-capacity lithium battery pack, providing 1.5-hr fast charging, energy saving and environmental protection, zero noise, easy maintenance at low costs, safety and practicality, among others.
All components are located on both sides of the chassis, added Dingli, making maintenance easier. The two machines are also fitted with an axle integrated four-wheel drive system for better rough-terrain ability.
Dingli said its original modular boom series currently has maximum working heights from 16 to 44 m, with completely independent intellectual property rights.