Bronto S56XR aerial platform for Kraanverhuur Boekestijn2 June, 2021
Kraanverhuur Boekestijn, based in Maasland, Netherlands, have bought their first truck mounted platform, a Bronto S56XR. Kraanverhuur Boekestijn is a crane rental company that operates a large fleet of different cranes, transport equipment and smaller boom- and scissor lifts. The unit is expected to be delivered after the summer and the delivery will be made through Bronto Skylift’s local distributor, Kenbri.
The S56XR is a versatile choice and has a large working envelope. Boekestijn’s new aerial platform is mounted on a Scania P360 6×2*4 chassis and features a total weight of 26,000 kg, a working height of 56 metres, an extendable working cage with a maximum cage load of 600 kg and a maximum outreach of 37 metres. The working cage can be extended up to 3,7 metres wide to allow more space for men and material and has 220-degree rotation on both sides to increase the operational flexibility. The unit is equipped with power outlets in the cage, a radio remote control for boom movements, as well as a hydraulic cage winch with a 400kg lifting capacity.
The new aerial platform is a perfect addition to Boekestijn’s extensive rental range and allows them to work at, for example, transmission towers and in industrial applications, such as inspections and maintenance. They introduce this new, larger aerial platform to meet the demands and needs of their customers.
“It is an ideal aerial platform to carry out work high, far and low safely and efficiently.”Lianne Boekestijn, Kraanverhuur Boekestijn.
About Kraanverhuur Boekestijn
Kraanverhuur Boekestijn is a family business and has existed since 1943. The company specialises in carrying out various lifting activities and (special) transport. With more than 70 employees, the company is available 24/7 to carry out assignments entirely under its own management and with the use of reliable equipment. They operate a large rental fleet of more than 40 cranes plus other equipment for lifting and transportation. All equipment meets the most recent health and safety requirements.