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The Bushranger TPS261 Telescopic Polesaw has just launched into the Bushranger Power Equipment commercial range.

The Bushranger TPS261 Telescopic Polesaw represents the latest addition to the increasing range of product available in the Bushranger stable and definitely should not be looked past in terms of performance, reliability and local support.

Designed to get to those places you don’t really want to go yourself, the extended reach of this saw is approximately 5.5 metres or 18 feet in the old scale.

Made in Japan, and with a 25.4cc Maruyama commercial 2-stroke engine this machine comes with the power and reliability you can expect from any precision engineered and manufactured product.

The business end is fitted with a 10” Guide Bar with 3/8” LP chain and automatic bar oil pump. The lightweight aluminium shaft ensures both the rigidity and usability that any commercial operator should expect and the rubber grip on the shaft provides both comfort and superior grip for the ultimate control.

Backed by a two-year commercial warranty, you can be assured your business will reach higher with the Bushranger TPS261 telescopic polesaw in your kit.

For more information call 1300 363 027 or visit

September 10, 2020 / by / in ,
Husqvarna – It’s All About Output

Husqvarna X-Cut® is the world’s first original Husqvarna saw chain. It’s designed for a single purpose: to optimise the performance of your chainsaw – and thereby maximise your output.

After years of research, development, lab and live tests, the Husqvarna X-Cut® saw chain has been manufactured using the most advanced technologies and rigorous quality control, offering professionals a long-lasting sharpness, outstanding durability and high cutting efficiency, made for minimum down time and maximum results.

Sharpness That Lasts

The design of the cutters, the materials used and the manufacturing processes have all been refined to the extreme. This gives the X-Cut® saw chain an outstanding sharpness straight out of the box, and also – perhaps more importantly – a sharpness that lasts considerably longer before filing is needed.

Low Stretch

The X-Cut ® saw chain is pre-stretched at the factory, which means you will be able to work longer before it needs re-tensioning. No unnecessary adjustments to slow you down, and the risk of damaging the cutting system with a slacking saw chain is decreased significantly.

High Cutting Efficiency

X-Cut ® saw chain is made to cut faster and smoother than comparable products, and it is ready to be used right out of the box. This improves your cutting efficiency and thereby your results. At the same time, less human effort (feed force) is needed, making the whole work experience easier on your body.

Optimal Cutting Angle

The angle of the cutter is crucial for your long-term efficiency. The tighter you make this angle, the higher the sharpness – but if you overdo it, the cutter will lose its sharpness faster and break easier. With X-Cut®, Husqvarna has focused on finding the optimum angle for an efficiency that lasts.

Chrome And Steel Exactly Measured

The microstructure of the steel – not too hard, not too soft – and the chrome layer – not too thick, not too thin – have both been exactly defined on a molecular level. This ensures a high cutting capacity and a lasting sharpness.

Superior Lubrication

Small, arrow-shaped channels in the links help transport oil to all high friction zones during operation, ensuring a superior lubrication.

Optimal Heat Treatment

For the hardening, Husqvarna has developed its own unique method of manufacture making the steel as durable as possible. This includes optimal heat treatment as well as optimal cooling – creating a molecular structure that provides an incredibly durable saw chain.

Developed By Engineers

True to Husqvarna’s heritage, the chain has been developed in close collaboration between engineers and professional loggers. With the ambition to design a chain that increases productivity, the engineers and loggers have worked together to perfect the chain.

Production Built From Scratch

The saw chain factory in Huskvarna, Sweden, employs over 100 people and is strategically located beside the chainsaw R&D and factory. All parts of the saw chain are manufactured on-site, from raw steel to finished product, reducing dependency on external suppliers and securing quality of the chain. The factory is designed to be environmental impact neutral, and uses state of the art technology to recycle both chemicals and energy.


Husqvarna X-Cut® is now available instore at your local authorised Husqvarna Dealer, in variants: C83 and C85 3/8” full chisel, S93G 3/8”LP semi chisel, SPG33 .325” semi chisel chain, and SP21G semi-chisel .325 mini 1.1mm chain. All sharp out of the box, pre-stretched, highly durable, and easy to spot due to the golden tie-strap that helps users keep track of the start/finish of their filing loop.

For more information, visit

August 20, 2020 / by / in ,
Edelrid Treerex Tree Care Harness

Introducing the most versatile tree-care harness of all times.

With a variety of rope bridge configurations, optional SRT bridge and the choice of a chest harness specifically designed with the harness for SRT. The Edelrid TreeRex meets the many differing and demanding requirements of the climbing Arborist.


The TreeRex design focus is centred on the lateral fastening eyelets (lower D’s) integrated into the leg loops. These lower D’s make it possible to install up to two rope bridges (fixed and/or adjustable) while providing a more stable and balanced connection point for a positioning lanyard. This configuration along with the two bridges offers maximum lateral freedom of movement when making those hard to reach cuts.

Thanks to the intelligent adjustment mechanism, the angle of the lower D’s can be easily adjusted even under load to better weight the harness in either a standing or more seated position. The simple to fit SRT Bridge offers a low and central attachment point to meet any SRT requirements the climber might have. Two fixed side D’s offer the user the traditional lanyard attachment point while using a flipline.

Edelrid’s innovation really shines through in the waist belt and leg loop construction with their 3D Vent Technology, previously developed for recreational rock climbing harnesses where weight, comfort and ventilation are so highly sought after. This in combination with wide semi-rigid padding gives unprecedented breathability and vastly reduces the overall weight while still managing to increase hanging comfort. The increased breathability and ventilation will surely be an advantage on those hot Australian summer days. The triple lock buckles on the waist and leg loops make getting in and out of the harness simple, even when fully loaded with gear.

All load bearing straps are made with indicator tape (red fibres become visible in the event of damage or excessive wear) while the leg loop straps are fitted with a textile abrasion protector made from Dyneema® to prevent premature wear.

Four large rigid gear loops combined with six clipper slots (four on the waist plus one on each leg loop) and a variety of soft small webbing clip in points provide ample carrying options. A central rear textile restraint eyelet certified to EN358 makes a perfect chainsaw lanyard attachment point or can be used in complex positioning situations. A small first aid bag attaches via a one-handed quick pull mechanism creating easy access to its contents in an emergency.

The optional TreeReex Bungee Chest Harness connects directly to the Waist belt to help share the load with the shoulders while carrying heavy kit and chainsaws. The pre-threaded elastic bungee easily tends a knee ascender in a SRT ropewalker system whilst the multiple clip in points in the centre of the chest make tending you progress capture device or system a breeze. Regardless of if you currently use or are wishing to try a ropewalker set up, the Bungee chest harness makes for a simple and uncluttered system that works efficiently with minimal set up.

The Edelrid TreeRex coming in at 1500g meets all the demands of the Australian Arborist, durable, light, breathable and highly comfortable. The versatility and configurability combined with modern technologies makes the TreeRex stand out among its peers as a true ‘do it all’ tree care harness that you can truly make your own.

For more info call (02) 9417 5755, visit or get in touch via email – [email protected]

July 19, 2020 / by / in ,
A Beast Of A Machine

EGO Power+ Chainsaw – powerful, fast and quieter than any petrol product you have used before, it’s going to make your old chainsaw feel painfully outdated.

The EGO Power+ Chainsaw was designed to make old petrol products a thing of the past. With EGO’s industry leading 56V ARC Lithium battery you get a powerfully smooth cutting action without any of the hassle of petrol. It’s unlike anything you’ve used before.

We get it, you don’t expect a battery to be powerful enough to run a chainsaw. You’re used to big, noisy, dirty engines. But technology has moved on and our 56V ARC Lithium battery has all the power you’ll ever need.

With a 45cm chain and bar, 20 m/s chain speed and built in light as well as an easy tensioning system this new chainsaw has all the features to give you the power and performance that is renowned with all EGO products.

Call the team at EGO at 1300 000 EGO (346).

For info visit

July 2, 2020 / by / in ,
Versatility From Any Angle

Balancing versatility with the Snorkel EPV16A Truck Mounted Boom.

What is most important to tree industry professionals up high is also what drives performance on the ground.

Balanced versatility is exactly what the Snorkel EPV16A truck mounted articulated boom lift delivers to the Australian market, from its highly manoeuvrable all steel boom design, to its compact travel dimensions.

Designed to easily reach up, over and around tall-standing trees, the Snorkel EPV16A can be elevated up to a maximum working height of 15.8m with an impressive horizontal outreach of 7.1m at a height of 7.75m. A 540° non-continuous turntable rotation allows for easy repositioning of the boom.

At the ground level, automatic hydraulic outriggers are fitted as standard to stabilize the vehicle-mounted work platform whileworking on uneven ground or other rough terrain. For improved safety, interlock switches are fitted on both the outriggers and the boom, and the EPV16A benefits from fail safe hydraulics with check valves, and a bleed down valve for emergency lowering of the platform, if required.

Like all Snorkel lifts, the EPV16A is designed to be simple, reliable and robust to deliver a low total cost of ownership and long working life. A high strength all-steel boom and base construction can withstand the demands of a wide range of arbor and landscaping applications, and 1.07m x 0.61m steel tri-entry platform can lift up to 200kg. Maintenance of the EPV16A is made simple with open centre live hydraulics and number coded wiring.

For ease of transportation, the all-steel boom lift has an overall width of 1.95m, overall length of 6.75m, and can be fitted to most 5500kg and greater GVM vehicles. This is ideal for street tree maintenance and other applications.

This high reach, low cost truck mounted articulated boom lift is built for versatility from any angle. The EPV16A truck mounted boom is available with a gasoline engine, or can be connected to a truck PTO. A low-voltage insulated boom option is also available, and the lift can be further customized with a range of extras, including an AC power and hydraulic outlets in the platform, airline to platform and flashing light.

The EPV16A was developed in Snorkel’s manufacturing facility in New Zealand, specifically for the Australian market. It is built to order to the highest quality standards and comes with a five-year structural warranty, plus a two-year warranty for parts and labour as standard, and is available from Ahern Australia.

Learn more at

June 21, 2020 / by / in ,
Eye Safety

A revolution in eye safety is on its way.

While many of us are aware of the possible risk of eye injuries, the most important aspect of prevention involves the use of safely glasses. Men are more likely than women to sustain an eye injury but very few men wear adequate eye protection when at work or when working around the house.

While approximately half of all eye injuries occur at home, there is still too many eye injuries occurring in the workplace as the figures below indicate:

  • Per day – 600 workers worldwide suffer eye injuries
  • Per year – 2.5 million eye injuries reported
  • 90 per cent are preventable by wearing eye protection

Safe Eyes®

Safe Eyes® mesh safety goggles are an innovative eye protection product, designed and developed by Kiwi Ideas Co. Ltd, New Zealand and now sold by Tree Care Machinery Australia wide.

Safe Eyes® patent stainless steel mesh goggles were originally developed for forestry workers, but are now used in well over 60 different industries.

Safe Eyes® are available in two different mesh sizes, standard 0.7mm aperture and fine dust mesh 0.4mm aperture.

Safe Eyes® have:

  • Patented mesh
  • Will not fog
  • Light and comfortable to wear
  • Flexible and durable

Use them, abuse them, bend them, squash them – they will continue to perform.

Here’s what the customers say about Safe Eyes.

“Excellent product, don’t fog, don’t sweat, easy to wipe clean in the rain. I can fold them and put them in my pocket. Perfect for working with a chainsaw in the bush. The soft rubber fitting means a total seal on my face.” – Kerry

“I certainly wouldn’t be without them.”

Mark Hewitt of Hewitt Building Limited, Carterton

“After first looking at Safe Eyes, I thought the rubber edge fitting the face would become irritable. However I soon found that it wasn’t irritable at all; it didn’t cut into your face or feel sharp. The viewing area was not restricted in any way and over a few weeks, no object passed through the mesh at all. I could even keep my eyes open with grass clippings flying into my face, something you just can’t do with standard glasses. I wear them every day.” – Brian Callister

Lawnmowing, Masterton

“These are a must! My husband has a pair but won’t let me wear them so need my own!” – Barbara Chapman, Albany

“We have found Safe-eyes invaluable after many close calls with olive branches springing back up as we raked the fruit off the taller branches during harvest. For the first harvest in 6 years we didn’t have to stop to treat face or eye scratches. Also never ever fogged up on colder days and we could see the fruit clearly! We can’t recommend them enough.” – Paul & Suzie Adamson, Harewood Estate, Masterton

Protect your eyes with a pair of Safe Eyes®. Go to and order online or visit their showroom at 29 Bennet Ave, Melrose Park. S.A. 5039.

May 27, 2020 / by / in ,
Going Places

Being an arborist has its challenges, one of the biggest being able to access areas hard to reach, with small and narrow entrances.

After the tree has gone, perhaps due to disease, safety or simply being in the wrong place – the stump remains and access with a grinder is required. With many arborists offering stump grinding as a service, it’s essential to be able to tackle jobs that arise, that’s why Thor’s Trees purchased two Predator 360 stump grinders.

At under 660mm wide, Thor’s Trees can service with ease, especially houses that are shoulder to shoulder and have difficult access.

The Predator 360 boasts a cutting depth of 355mm and a weight of only 145kg, meaning this machine is going places. In addition, with its fold-over handle, lifting eyes and handles to the front and rear, you can transport it in practically any truck, ute or trailer.

Its central pivot turns a job that should be hard work into something that can be repeated over and over again without tiring the operator.

Lawrence Thor, Managing Director of Thor’s Trees said, “I chose Predator as they’re the best on the market, they have a great reputation and their customer service (through Hansa Products – the local distributor) is excellent.

Lawrence mentioned that the investment was a great choice with a quick ROI compared to hiring one.

“In terms of ROI we managed to pay off the Predator 360 stump grinder in three months thanks to the accessibility to many jobs it enables.”

The manoeuvrable, well built, efficient, powerful machine with a US patented multi-tip cutting system as standard is approximately 30 per cent more efficient than the same machine with finger teeth.

“It has a great swing for such a compact grinder, at 812mm or sixty degrees, it’s unmatched by any other stump grinder on the market.”

Taking on projects of all sizes, Thor’s Trees offers a wide range of services across tree surgery, maintenance, tree felling and removal. The team work with a variety of clients from domestic, through to private and public sector partners, including estate agents, property management, planning development firms, and local schools.

The Predator 360 is the smallest pedestrian grinder available through local distributors Hansa Products. With small handheld grinder attachments, pedestrian models, as well as larger remote-controlled models up to 65hp on offer, there is bound to be a Predator suitable for every stump that need grinding.

For more information visit– Hansa Products are the sole distributor of Predator Grinders in Australia and New Zealand.

May 14, 2020 / by / in ,
Compact Crawlers For Arborists

JLG’s two newest crawler booms, the X17J Plus and X20J Plus are tough, yet compact and manoeuvrable, making them ideal for arboriculture applications.

Often known as ‘cherry pickers’, boom lifts are used for a lot more than picking fruit. They have long been recognised as the safest and most convenient means of reaching inaccessible places.

Despite these positives, because of their hefty size and weight, until now, this access equipment has been restricted for use by arborists and tree removal specialists, due to the space confines of many work sites, particularly in residential gardens.

The X17J Plus and the X20J Plus, two compact crawler booms recently released by leading access equipment manufacturer JLG, change all this, and due to their smaller dimensions, open new opportunities for arborists and other tree care professionals.

Both units are significantly lighter than their traditional counterparts (the XJ17 Plus weighs 2,230kg, while the X20J Plus weighs 2,840kg). Additionally, their non-marking rubber tracks displace the machines’ weight over a broad footprint, minimising the likelihood of lawned areas, paving or concrete being damaged.

The tracked wheels also provide much better manoeuvrability than competitor models over a range of surfaces including muddy ground and uneven terrain, and with their auto-levelling outriggers, these machines are easy and fast to position for maximum stability.

Although they offer reduced weight and improved versatility, the JLG combat boom crawlers lose nothing in terms of working capacity. In fact, both the X17J Plus and the X20J Plus offer an unrestricted 230kg platform capacity through the whole working envelope.

This generous platform capacity is a key difference between these units and earlier models. High platform capacity provides the option for a team of two (weight dependent) and their equipment, thereby delivering greater productivity.

In fact, previous units of similar initially only achieved platform capacities of around 120 kg, and later on, a maximum of 200kg, so on this front, these new compact crawler booms clearly break new ground.

In terms of other key specifications, the X17J Plus has a platform height of 14.96m and a working outreach of 7.65m, while the X20J Plus features a platform height of 18.05m and a working outreach of 9.85m, making both ideal to maintain tall trees and hedges.

Both feature a track widening function to optimise stability and, where necessary, improve accessibility to narrow spaces. Other benefits include a unique box for emergency operation, a protected remote-control system with fully display for simple operation, a platform rotation actuator, lifting eyes on the outrigger and a ‘Skyguard’ for improved safety. Depending on operator requirements, buyers can select from petrol, diesel or lithium battery power options. As an environmentally-friendly choice without emissions or noise, the lithium battery model delivers similar performance to the gasoline version, while also providing the added benefits of fast recharge times and the ability to continue work while recharging from mains power.

And because this Lithium technology allows 2,000 recharges before it will reduce capacity to less than 80 per cent, it has proven itself superior to older lead batteries, which only allow a maximum of 500 recharges.

While similar-sized machines are available, these two new models from JLG are the only ones offered by a major supplier. Currently, all similar units come from smaller independent companies. A key benefit of the X17J Plus and the X20J Plus over these competitors is the superior level of service they come with.

JLG measures itself by how well it meets the challenges of its customers. For this reason, like the entire JLG access equipment range, the Plus Compact Crawler Booms are backed by comprehensive service, parts and technical support offerings.

Importantly these services extend well beyond Australia’s major metropolitan centres to more remote rural and regional areas. JLG’s continued investment in infrastructure means an ever expanding national footprint that’s able to comprehensively service its customers right throughout Australia.

As an added bonus, all JLG owners can take advantage of the company’s Managed Asset Program (M.A.P.), a service that takes the guesswork out of servicing their access equipment fleet, to help delivers all the right options to maximise customers’ ROI.

With a range of choices available to best suit owner requirements, M.A.P. options include meeting compliance, regular engine service and filter change, full lifecycle management at a fixed monthly cost, telematics service of remote tracking and monitoring.

JLG delivers all of this with the intention of maximising the performance, and reliability of its versatile new compact crawler booms, ensuring that these machines are more accessible and well suited for lopping limbs, trimming branches and even picking cherries.

For more info visit or call 131 JLG (131 554).

May 3, 2020 / by / in ,
Aussie-Made Attachments When You Need Them

Experience leading build quality and no delays when you buy Australian-made machinery attachments from Himac.

Made by Australians for Australians

Producing high quality attachments is a must at Himac. Their team realise if you experience downtime due to cheap quality, it’s a costly inconvenience. This is why Himac will only sell you a top quality product. In fact, over 80 per cent of the attachments they sell are Aussie-made using high grade steel.

Compared to the industry average, attachments from Himac last over two times as long, ultimately saving you stress and loss of income.

Skid Steer / Mini Loader Brush Grapple

Grapple onto scrub, unwanted vegetation, fallen branches, logs and more with power and precision that you only get with Himac Attachments’ Skid Steer Brush Root Grapple.

With greasable pivot points and extreme duty design, there isn’t a clean-up too messy or too heavy for this Brush Root Grapple attachment. Features include:

  • The design, with tynes angled up at front edge, allows a larger volume to be picked up by reaching over the debris piles without the front edge digging in and disturbing the ground
  • Greasable pivot points
  • Cylinder covers
  • Dual independent grapples on Skid Steer model
  • Includes hoses and couplings

Skid Steer / Mini Loader Ripper

At Himac, their Ripper attachment boasts incredible strength that delivers literal ground breaking results every time. The high standard of build quality and construction that has gone into the making of the ripper allows it to cope perfectly with tearing through the hardest earth.

Himac offers three ripper attachment models, these include three, five or seven tynes. Depending on your machine size and application will determine which model you require.

Features Include:

  • Forward and reverse operation
  • Replaceable teeth
  • Extreme duty design
  • Reinforced mount for additional strength
  • Digging depth up to 300mm
  • Models available: 3, 5 or 7 tyne

Skid Steer / Mini Loader Slasher

Introducing Himac’s Heavy Duty Skid Steer Slasher with a new, improved design and even more value packed in. Harness the efficiency and power of this Skid Steer Slasher for slashing grass, creating fire breaks, clearing fence lines, trimming small trees before a stump removal along with other vegetation control and general landscaping duties.

This skid steer slasher features front and rear safety chains and a reinforced slasher deck, so you can work confidently knowing that this attachment will not put you at any unnecessary risk of causing harm on the job.

Features include:

  • Heavy duty TWIN BLADE carrier
  • 3” diameter cutting capacity
  • Reinforced 6mm thick slasher deck
  • The ideal model for grass slashing
  • Run down clutch protection
  • Safety chains fitted
  • Complies with Australian safety standards
  • High speed hydraulics
  • Fork pockets fitted
  • Includes hoses and couplings

For quality made machinery attachments that are built to perform, contact the experts at Himac on 1800 888 114 or browse their product range online at

April 30, 2020 / by / in ,
Reach For The Trees With Bluelift

With ultra-narrow dimensions and powerful rough terrain capabilities, RUTHMANN Bluelift tracked spider lifts are designed to revolutionise working at height in even the hardest to reach places.

Ideal for areas that cannot be reached with a standard vehicle towing a trailer mounted boom lift, tracked spider lifts are proving to be a popular choice with landscapers and arborists around the world, as well as facilities maintenance contractors.

When stowed, most tracked spider lifts are less than 1.0m wide, meaning that they can travel through single gates, doorways and alongside buildings and walls with ease.

Rubber tracks with a powerful drive system enable spider lifts to easily travel across all types of rough and smooth terrain, and climb gradients, all while delivering a very low ground pressure. Thanks to the overall light weight of the units, they can be easily towed on a trailer to a parking area at the jobsite, then driven to the working area.

Stabiliser legs can be deployed in multiple positions, ensuring the project can be completed no matter how tight the surroundings, and proportional electro-hydraulic controls deliver precise maneuvering at height.

Bluelift SA22

From tree trimming in rough terrain to interior maintenance on sensitive flooring, the versatile Bluelift SA22 tracked spider lift has a simple three-section boom design which delivers up to 22m working height, and up to a 10.9m horizontal outreach (200kg platform capacity) yet has a stowed width of just 0.94m and a stowed height of less than 2.0m.

Featuring a quickly removable aluminum basket, the Bluelift SA22 provides a wide two-person platform, measuring at 1.3m x 0.7m x 1.1m.

Offering 340° turret rotation, the basket is fitted with a 230-volt power outlet as standard, permitting the operator to plug in power tools or other equipment into the outlet inside the basket, rather than run loose cables outside of the machine to a power source on the ground.

The Bluelift SA22 benefits from an overall weight of just 2,990kg. This delivers a very low ground pressure when in drive mode using the rubber tracks, and also lower pressure when using the stabiliser legs. Fitted as standard, automatic stabiliser legs have a simple one-touch stabiliser operation for fast and easy setup.

For added protection, interlocking stabilisers help the spider lift maintain balance on all terrain. A self-stabilising system locks the spider lift into place for safe work at height, and hydraulically operated articulating outriggers can be set at individual heights.

Suitable for a wide range of applications, Bluelift spider lifts share many of the same design features including advanced technology, lightweight designs, and high performance. The vertical and horizontal reach of these lifts maximise production both indoor and outdoor.

Ergonomic designs allow operators to easily move the lift into position, even in tight spaces. Proportional electro-hydraulic controls deliver precise maneuvering to make easy work of accessing high places.


Designed and built in Italy, Bluelift was founded by the Marti family in 2004. In 2016, the growing business became RUTHMANN Italia S.r.l., a division of the RUTHMANN Group who are a well-established German manufacturer of truck-mounted aerial lifts.

In Australia, the RUTHMANN Bluelift tracked spider lift range is exclusively sold and serviced by Ahern Australia, who were appointed the official distributor in February 2018. Ahern Australia is also the official distributor for SnorkelTM elevating work platforms and Xtreme ManufacturingTM telehandlers, and operates from four locations in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth. Ahern Australia provides complete sales, service and spare parts for all of its distributed brands, and operates a nationwide network of field service engineers delivering highly responsive local support.

Bluelift SA16

At the HRIA Hire18 tradeshow, Ahern Australia showcased a Bluelift SA16 tracked spider, fitted with an optional BlueHybrid package. BlueHybrid is the first-ever full hybrid solution for tracked spider lifts, delivering industry-leading performance with a true zero-emission option. Three energy-efficient operating modes offer versatility by switching between battery power and combustion engine. On auto mode, the machine selects the most efficient power source to maximise the battery cycle, delivering the longest available duty cycle.

All RUTHMANN Bluelift products come with a one-year warranty and a two-year warranty on the electronics card.

To see RUTHMANN Bluelift tracked spider lifts in action, check out the product videos available at, or for more information call the Ahern Australia team on 1300 900 700.

March 12, 2020 / by / in ,