Seen, tried and liked. This was the quick process that led to the purchase of three Multitel Pagliero MTE 270EX truck-mounted telescopic platforms by Venpa 3 Group, better known as GV3. A real first for the company from Dolo (Venice), which has always favoured articulated platforms in its rental fleet. But in this case, faced with the performance, fluidity of movement and outreach of the MTE 270EX, doubt gave way to certainty. For the first time, therefore, a Multitel Pagliero machine has become part of the offer of Venpa 3 Group; a company that is one of the ‘founding fathers’ of rental in Italy, organised in 31 branches – including three in Eastern Europe – and a fleet of 4,000 vehicles.
Mounted on a 3.5-ton truck, the MTE 270EX has a maximum working height of 27 metres, while the maximum horizontal outreach of 17 m allows a basket capacity of 80 kg and 230 kg with the 12.80 m outreach. The 400° rotation of the turret and the 1.4m x 0.7m self-levelling platform able to turn 90°+90° mean that the operator get around any obstacles and be positioned precisely at the work area. Easy to use, this telescopic aerial platform is equipped with the innovative MUSA (MUltitel Self-Adapting outreach): an outreach calculation and limitation system that maximises the work area covered by the platform according to the stabilization configuration selected. In addition, telemetry allows remote GPS tracking, machine status display, parameterisation and remote diagnostics. And EVE, the Evolved Electronics by Multitel Pagliero.
Secure in its movements and
high performance in every context, it can be used in construction, for
maintenance, installing and fitting, renovation and cleaning, metal roofing and
cladding, tree pruning and much more. On the occasion of the collection of the
units, Multitel Pagliero technicians held a training course at the training
centre in Manta for Venpa3 Group technicians from the branches of Milan,
Brescia, Dolo, Bologna and S. Benedetto del Tronto