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    UpRight AB 46 T Specifications & Technical Data (2009-2010)

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    Working height: 16.3m – Platform length: 1.85m – Platform width: 1m – Transport length: 5.85m – Transport width: 2.35m – Transport height: 2.2m

    Technical specs - AB 46 T UpRight

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    Working height 16.3 m
    Platform length 1.85 m
    Platform width 1 m
    Transport length 5.85 m
    Transport width 2.35 m
    Transport height 2.2 m
    Weight 7500 kg
    Net load 227 kg
    Max. Reach horizontal 7,6 m
    Persons 1
    max. climbing ability 45 %
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    IPAF: 3b

    AB 46 T UpRight - Special equipment

    • Rigid cage boom
    • Articulated cage boom
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    1.85 m

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