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Hinowa Makes

Push with New

Products

The Italian company, Hinowa S.p.A. for over 30

years has been establishing itself as a market

leader with a range of innovative,

compact machines that are outside

of the mainstream construction

equipment sectors.

Today the Hinowa range includes tracked access plat-

forms, crawler-mounted dumpers, mini-dumpers and

multi-utility tracked forklifts.

The company has a worldwide customer base selling

through an increasing number of dealers.

New LightLift MK2

platforms

Greater safety and performance with the new LightLift

17.75 and 20.10 versions,both in the Performance IIIS

configuration bring new options to the Hinowa range of

platforms.

Hinowa's compact, powerful and versatile tracked

aerial platforms have always been synonymous with

safety and reliability. The new versions of the LightLift

models, which are available in various operating capac-

ities, have reaffirmed the brand's leadership in this field.

Some of the most salient new features include a

simplified starter system with a unique key, and a newly

designed basket with an original remote control unit

housing in composite material.

The remote control unit on the Performance IIIS ver-

sion allows the operators to quickly and easily perform

the self-stabilization arm movement, and shifting oper-

ations. The display provides the operator with useful

information via a simple and intuitive icon system.

Practical controls, with facilitated movement and

management: the basket is even equipped with wheels

in order to ensure ease of movement when

disassembled.

The options available on the new version include the

anti-entrapment system: an additional operator protec-

tion 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

What's New in Plant & Equipment

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