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20M Spider Lift Proving a Real Winner

by editor arbor age

Built for rough terrain applications, the 2095 SPIDER lift is the latest release from Monitor Lifts, and what a dream machine for arborists.

The 2095 SPIDER combines the tried and proven features of the existing 1890 SPIDER (the biggest selling Spider Lift in Australia) with new class leading features that really set it apart from the pack. With an impressive 250kg basket capacity and a huge unrestricted horizontal outreach of 9.5m, the 2095 SPIDER is a brilliant performer. A unique double-telescoping boom design provides the operator with superb up and over reach. All hoses are routed inside the booms, removing the possibility of them being damaged by branches or other obstacles.

The 2095 SPIDER has a proven radio control system that provides smooth proportional functions and allows the operator to manoeuvre the machine into tight access situations with safety and ease. The radio control is also used to operate the stabiliser legs which have the excellent ability to automatically level the spider up on uneven terrain.

Once finished working at height, simply press the auto stow button and the unit fully stows the booms for you.

Stowing to only 790mm wide, 4870mm long and 1990mm high, the 2095 SPIDER has the amazing ability to navigate through a single doorway.

Built for rough terrain applications, the 2095 SPIDER’s tracks expand out and also down to provide greater stability and excellent ground clearance. Two speed drive also allows the operator to move the machine quickly from job to job.

Weighing in at only 2,910Kg, the 2095 SPIDER can be towed behind a lot of tradesmen’s vehicles, making it the highest performing Spider Lift that can still be towed by a ute. Powered by a Kubota diesel engine, and an option of either 240 volt or on-board battery system, the 2095 SPIDER has the ability to work safely and quietly indoors.

The new 2095 SPIDER features basket rotation for flexibility in the air, and the basket is very simply removed with a single pin to reduce its size even more for tight access situations.

Non-marking tracks are an option for use on sensitive floors, and air and water lines are routed up to the basket to allow the use of pneumatic tools or a pressure washer.

A hydraulic winch is also available as a very useful accessory. With a lifting capacity of 250kg the winch can be used for lifting heavy logs out of difficult locations.

Hire-to-own packages are available as are finance options from as little as $550 per week.

For information, contact Monitor Lifts on 1800 025 024 or visit www.monitor.net.au

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