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Contractors World INTERNATIONAL - 2016 Vol 7 No 4

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Hinowa Makes Push with New Products - page 2 of 4

The MK2 version includes a new configuration option for the LightLift 17.75 Performance IIIS model: the Honda iGX390 petrol engine with a 3.15 cc pump guarantees maximum efficiency and reliability.The wheel-mounted basket and the antientrapment device are also available on the LightLift 15.70 and LightLift 26.14 Performance IIIS models.

The options available on the new version include the anti-entrapment system: an additional operator protection device that guarantees maximum safety under any conditions.

The wheel-mounted basket and the antientrapment device are also available on the LightLift 15.70 and LightLift 26.14 Performance IIIS models.

The new AGM battery features a charge maintainer with start-&-stop technology, which only powers the motor when a movement is actually being performed, thus resulting in considerable energy savings.

The MK2 version includes a new configuration option for the LightLift 17.75 Performance IIIS model: the Honda iGX390 petrol engine with a 3.15 cc pump guarantees maximum efficiency and reliability.

There is also a new and even more powerful battery charger, as well as LED stabilization lights for reduced energy consumption.

With regard to the articulated structures, the new LightLift models also guarantee the same level of technical quality that all Hinowa customers have come to expect from this Italian manufacturer.

The high-strength steel parts guarantee exceptional stability during use, while the pantograph and hydraulic control systems (the latter of which features components of the latest generation) ensure a faster and more precise handling of the aerial parts, thus allowing the operators to work with a degree of smoothness and precision that was never before possible.

 

With regard to the power units, in addition to the endothermic engines, the new LightLift models are also available with a zero-emission 110-220 volt electrical system (4.8 kW/h for the LL17.75 version, and 7.2 kW/h for the LL20.10 version), powered by a lithium-ion battery pack, which guarantees unparalleled performance in terms of noise, environmental impact, and autonomy. Hinowa has been pioneering the use of battery packs with lithium-ion technology on aerial platforms since 2008, and was proposing these types solutions long before the technology became so widely available on the market.

Lightlift17.7520.10
Capacity platform 230 kg
Max. Working height 17.06 m 20.15m
Max. Horizontal working outreach7.50 m 9.70m
Transport length4.53 m 5.01m
Standard basket dimensions 1335 x 690 x h.1,100 mm
Basket rotation 124°(+/-62°)
Maximum stabilisation angle 12° 15°
Max slope in travel mode 16°/28,7%
Total weight (max) 2,300 kg 2,950 kg
Petrol engine Honda iGX390 Honda iGX440
Diesel engine Hatz 1B40 Perkins 402.05
Electric motor 2.2 kw-230 V-50 Hz
Engine max. 2.2 kw-11 0V-5 0Hz
Travel speed 2.5 Km/h
Undercarriage width open/close 798 mm / 1,086 mm 79 5mm / 1095 mm

In a side note during the presentation of the company's sales network, Hinowa's president, Dante Fracca, stated:

The new LightLift models have completely redefined Hinowa's range of aerial platforms, even among the higher product categories. The product development work has focused upon performance and the optimization of product management for rental companies and end users.
We are confident that the new MK2 models will be highly acclaimed by both the public and critics alike.

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