Galmon spider lift trims trees in the heartland

Galmon’s JLG X23J spider lift was spotted reaching up and out to trim trees in the HDB heartlands.

Galmon JLG X23J spider lift tree pruning HDB town council

This versatile spider lift has a working height of 23.1m and a 360° swing.

The X23J’s useful articulating jib also gives the operator that added manoeuverability to complete their tasks quicker without having to reposition the machine constantly.

Galmon JLG X23J spider lift tree pruning HDB town council

When stowed, this compact machine measures just 1.48m wide and 6m long.

Galmon JLG X23J spider lift tree pruning HDB town council

Its outriggers provides auto-levelling capabilities and reduces set up time when working on uneven surfaces.

Weighing just 2,990kg, the machine’s low floor loading allows it to work in weight-restricted areas (such as tiled flooring) and makes it easy to transport.

Galmon JLG X23J spider lift tree pruning HDB town council

Galmon JLG X23J spider lift tree pruning HDB town council
About the JLG X23J Spider Lift

Working Height: 23.1 m
Platform Capacity: 120kg (unrestricted), 200kg (restricted)
Power Source: Electric, Diesel
Swing: 360° (non continuous)
Dimensions (stowed): 1.48m x 6m x 1.99m (width x length x height)
Outrigger footprint: 3.98m x 3.98m
Weight: 2,990kg

For more information about this machine, please contact us at info@galmon.com.

 

 

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