Bronto Skylift reaches for the sky at Interschutz 2015
Published: 04 June, 2015
Bronto Skylift will launch two brand aerial platform units at Interschutz. The company will also exhibit its range of existing aerial platforms, and their accessories during the show.
Bronto Skylift is a leader in truck-mounted hydraulic platforms and the company’s product range includes around 50 models which have a working height that ranges between 17 to 112 metres. During the past 50 years, Finnish company Bronto has delivered over 6,700 platform units to fire brigades and industrial customers throughout all continents in more than 120 countries.
Bronto Skylift’s shows and demonstrations can be seen at open-air stand L07/1 during the show and the company will present selected examples of its word-leading rescue and firefighting product range. These will include some renewed and entirely new aerial platforms units, as well as the wide and continuously developing selection of optional equipment and services.
‘Bronto Skylift will exhibit a range of aerial ladder platforms at Interschutz 2015. Two of these will be brand new launches, of which one will have the best performance of 40+ metre units available on the market, and the other will be the highest aerial platform with integrated ladders in the world,’ said Mikko Aarnio, Marketing and Sales manager for Bronto Skylift.
‘The F 104 HLA represents Bronto Skylift’s high-rise expertise and enhances fire brigades’ performance with over 100 meter rescue height, while the F 70 RPX provides the best in class efficiency and safety as the highest telescopic aerial rescue platform in the world.
‘F 32 TLK is a redesigned range of compact and easily maneuverable units.
‘F 44 RLX-ER is a reliable partner for rescue and firefighting scenarios, which provides an uncompromised reliability and a superior outreach.’
‘The F 44 RPXER-SE is a super extinguisher, which has specially designed for industrial fire brigades. It provides an unmatched extinguishing capacity, large rescue cage and superior reaches,’ concluded Mikko.
The company will also host the well-known Bronto Simulator Challenge at its stand, which enables visitors to test their aerial platform operator skills with the Bronto Training Simulator.
Bronto recently also redesigned a range of accessories, including the Radio Remote Control BWRC, the Laser Rangefinder B-LRF, its Portable Surveillance Kit B-SEC and many other products, so visitors can also see these at the company’s stand during the event.