Haulotte Star10 Hire
Electric mast boom lift
Our compact yet highly-functional Haulotte Star10 electric mast boom lifts for hire offer respectable height and weight capabilities combined with a small footprint and easy-to-use functionality. These Haulotte Star10 units for hire can reach a maximum working height of 10m (32ft), with a jib extension outreach of an additional 3m (9.8ft).
All of this whilst at the same time having a stowed length of just 2.7m (8.8ft) and a stowed width of just 1m (3.3ft). This puts our Haulotte Star10 mast boom lifts for hire among the most versatile of this size and type on any hire fleet on the market today. We can deliver your rented Haulotte Star10 electric boom lift direct to your location nationwide on flexible, short-term, medium-term or long-term hire.
Our Haulotte Star10 electric mast boom lifts for hire are fully maintained to the highest standards and meet all standard rules and regulations for unit of this type. You can find out more about our fleet of electric mast boom lifts for rent by calling our expert trade hire team today. We have experience hiring electric boom lifts to registered trade business and limited companies of all sizes and structure and have seen our rented mast boom lifts undertake work from repairs and maintenance to installation and inspection.
Working Height: 10m
Platform Height: 8m
Horizontal Outreach: 3m
Lift Capacity - Inside: 200kg (2 pers)
Lift capacity - Outside: 200kg (1 pers)
Platform Size: 0.78 x 0.98m
Height - Stowed: 1.99m
Ground Clearance: 10cm
Drive Speed Proportional: 0.6 - 5km/h
Turning Radius - Outside: 1.88m
Turntable Rotation: 345°
Tyres - Non Marking: 16 x 5 x 10.5
Power Source: 24v - 250Ah
Tilt Alarm: 3°
Max Driveable Platf. Height: 8m
Vertical Jib Rotation: 130° (+ 70°/- 60°)
Hydraulic System Capacity: 7l
Please note: This product description and detail is based on the model we have the most stock of. Alternative brands of equivalent specification may be supplied based on location and availability.
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