The models of the Low Smart Class are characterized by their ergonomic design and their compact architecture. There are two models in the Low Smart Line Class: the P 130 A with a single articulation of the main boom it is suitable for off-road conditions as it is installed on pick-up chassis. The P 160 A with a double articulation of the boom is perfect to work in narrow spaces such as town city center.
The Smart Line series is a product range featuring high quality components to ensure outstanding operator comfort, high performance and excellent maneuverability in its value segment. Electric controls and a short wheelbase have made the new range easier to handle and more user-friendly. The introduction of the“Plus package” on all platforms with the “Plus” designation makes the system more versatile in use depending on the flexible stabilization. Two different platform types are existing: The telescopic aerial platforms are characterized by a single telescopic boom and the articulated aerial platforms are characterized by a single or double articulation of the boom on a very compact and versatile chassis.
Custom vehicle configuration to suit individual requirements
The Light class is designed for a gross chassis weight of up to 3.5 t and so is suitable for holders of car driving licences. However, it can also be mounted on chassis of 5 t and 7.49 t as well as on all-wheel chassis with permissible gross weights of 10.5 t. The PALFINGER Light class is characterised by its aluminium telescopic system, All sensitive components are protected to help make tree maintenance work easier. The Light class is characterised in particular by its user-friendly concept, which reduces training times for hire customers and ensures safe on-site operation.
Extensive standard equipment, a wide range of additional equipment and the option to install the system on all-wheel or standard chassis from different manufacturers and weight classes make the Premium class a truly customisable access platform.
The Premium class boasts a user-friendly operating concept featuring a colour graphic display and offers a high degree of flexibility. In this class, Palfinger offers access platforms with and without a counter slewing system, depending on whether the customer wants more storage space or high manoeuvrability. The counter slewing system makes it possible to turn the platform within the vehicle's width (including mirrors), making it ideal for working while traffic is flowing.
Exceptional flexibility combined with outstanding performance
The Jumbo class is characterised by its high degree of flexibility combined with outstanding performance. With special profile structures and lightweight materials, the design ensures that this series has a low dead weight. This allows more tools, working accessories and material to be transported on the vehicle. The distinctive X-jib means that even workplaces that are difficult to access can be reached with ease. This flexibility is supported in particular by the workman basket with a rotation of 2 x 200 degrees. This basket rotation facility allows the full basket width of 3.88 m to be utilised at the rear of buildings.
One exceptional feature of the Top class is the vertical lower boom telescope, which provides an extremely high degree of stability. The working height of 103 m on a Tadano all-terrain chassis is unique on the market. The chassis is extremely agile and ideal for off-road use thanks to the all-wheel steering and all-wheel drive. Alternatively, Palfinger also offers its customers a working height of 90 m on a standard truck with lots of storage space.
Whether it's pioneering height access technology or unrivaled performance when it comes to off-road mobility. With its individual solutions, PALFINGER covers even the most specialized fields of applications. This starts with a compact height workshop that combines the advantages of a truck access platform with those of a spacious scissor platform and goes all the way to the use of a 18 to 25-meter-high working platform in particularly steep terrain, which is only made possible by mounting it on a Unimog.