The 36-44m boom lifts extend the work-at-height range offering a maximum load capacity of 54kg
Dingli has launched nine new models of its high-metre boom series in electric, hybrid and diesel variations. The 36-44m boom lifts were developed by Dingli’s German R&D Centre and produced in China’s intelligent manufacturing factory.
The latest additions extend the maximum working height to 44m, while offering a load capacity of up to 54kg. It comes three years after Dingli’s Italian R&D Center launched the 24-34m modular electric boom series.
Among the series’ features is the adoption of tire parallel axle expansion technology and four steering modes that allow for more flexible operation of the booms.
In July 2022, Dingli launched an advanced version of its electric boom – the Range Extended Series.
According to Dingli, the electric model is configured with 358V200Ah lithium battery packs, with no noise, zero emissions and long endurance, while the automotive-grade power system is safer and more efficient. The hybrid model is equipped with a high-capacity lithium battery pack and a universal range extender, which can generate electricity by itself without external power supply.
The diesel model features a Deutz engine imported from Germany with strong power, high performance in rough-terrain and gradeability up to 45%.
The manufacturer adds that “compared with the equivalent models in the industry, there is significant reduction in movement completion time and 40% increase in efficiency.”
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