Leguan 225 spider lift

After 26 years of spider-lift history in Australia, Finnish company Leguan, through its Australian distributor, Monitor Lifts, is offering a new model: the 225.

The next-generation Leguan 225 is ideal for even the most demanding environments, including rental companies and arborists, thanks to unmatched all-terrain capabilities, ease of use and smart technological innovations.

Everything needed

Thanks to user-friendly joystick controls, controlling the boom structure is steady and simultaneous movements come naturally. The Leguan 225’s smart features reduce malfunctions and increase efficiency so the operator can focus on the project at hand, while the boom is shielded from external blows, falling branches and sawdust.

Standard features include:
* 21hp Kubota diesel engine
* 240V electric motor
* 240V and USB power outlets on the platform
* Automatic engine RPM control
* Automatic levelling of the outriggers
* Proportional outreach monitoring system
* Electric rotation of the platform
* JIB-boom with a full 120-degree range of operation
* Battery-powered emergency lowering system
* Lower controls with integrated service display
* Signal horn
* Outrigger beacons, and
* Hose to platform (air/water)
* Remote control for driving and outriggers
* Non-marking tracks.

The unit can be driven, set up and the boom operated, all from the basket.
Ready for work

The Leguan 225 allows working from one spot. The unit can be driven, set up and the boom operated, all from the basket, and can be comfortably towed on a trailer with a four-tonne GVM. Automatic levelling means a quick set up – in fact Leguan is the fastest in the world – and new, larger footpads allow setting up on soft surfaces without using outrigger pads.

An 11.2m horizontal outreach gives a vast work radius and user-friendly joystick controls ensure smooth, proportional movement of the boom and steel 250kg-rated basket. And since the the Deadman pedal is actually a joystick trigger, there’s no longer a Deadman foot pedal in the way when moving around the basket. The basket also has 240V power, a USB outlet, and air and water lines routed direct. All hydraulic hoses run internally so they’re fully protected, and the machine itself features a battery-powered emergency lowering system, automatic engine idle control for easier communication and fuel savings, and the ability to track across a 25° slope.

An integrated service display for quick, easy on-site diagnosis rounds out the Leguan 225 package.

 Find out more about the Leguan 225 spider lift and Monitor Lifts range of self-propelled access platforms at monitor.net.au, or by calling (02) 6755 6000. 

The boom structure
is steady and simultaneous
movements come naturally.
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