New electric machines give Pinnacle Platforms a lift at Vertikal Days

PINNACLE Platforms, the GB distributor for Sinoboom access products, has announced that at Vertikal Days 2022, Sinoboom is launching five new all-electric access products to the market.

The new products are across the telescopic boom, articulated boom, rough terrain scissor and compact scissor range.

Tim White, MD of Pinnacle Platforms, said, “Timing is everything in business. These all-new electric products are arriving at the perfect moment. They give Pinnacle Platforms the ideal opportunity to showcase to our customers, and those thinking about choosing Sinoboom, the build quality, technological advantages and finishing touches that add value to owning and operating a Sinoboom product.”

The new range includes the TB20EJ Plus telescopic electric boom lift, which has a maximum 22m working height and up to 454kg load capacity.

Another new solution is the 5389RE rough terrain electric scissor lift, which boasts an 18m maximum working height and is said to offer 4-wheel drive and 35% gradeability for ‘excellent’ off-slab performance.

The 1932SE compact scissor lift has a maximum 7.6m indoor working height, maximum platform capacity of 240kg, and overall weight of 1,210kg.

Also on the stand will be the AB18EJ articulating boom lift with 18m maximum working height and 11.5m maximum horizontal reach. The platform has 160-degree hydraulic rotation and 230kg capacity for two persons and tools.

The final new product is the 4069RE rough terrain scissor lift with 14.2m working height and 365kg platform capacity.

Pinnacle Director Wayne Lawson added, “Sinoboom products are fast becoming recognised for their suitability in the UK hire market. These five new machines are reliable, rugged and rental-ready.

“The new machines will continue to satisfy the growing demand of the powered access hire industry, in addition to the needs of contractors across a variety of sectors. The range is gaining a deserved reputation for enhancing customers experience and performance at the point of use.”

All five new electric machines will be available for delivery in Britain from Q3 2022.