Easy Lift alongside power companies in China

Easy Lift tracked platforms have been for years at the service of the Chinese power industry, that appreciates their simplicity, along with their technology and performance. In fact, numerous power companies in various states of China have chosen Easy Lift spiders.

Recently, the Chinese electric company Shandong Electric Power Equipment Co. Ltd. has also decided to rely on the quality of Easy Lift tracked platforms and in May it will receive five new Easy Lift R180 spiders.

Shandong Electric Power Equipment Co, established in 1958, boasts three production plants covering a total area of 551,000 m2 in which power generators are designed, developed and manufactured, contributing to the technological and economic growth of the energy industry across the Country.

Thanks to the working height of 18 m combined with the side outreach of about 9 m and its compact size, the Easy Lift R180 model is suitable for various applications both indoors and outdoors and is also ideal for the power industry. Hence the choice of Shandong Electric Power Equipment Co. to buy the standard version with petrol engine; the tracked aerial platform R180 actually, is available as a standard with petrol engine and alternatively can be requested with diesel engine or in the fully electric version with lithium battery (BA).

The power industry in China and the rest of the world is one of the major users of tracked aerial platforms, precisely for their versatility and easy of use. Other Chinese power companies have purchased the R150 and R160 models with working heights of up to 16 m, while some have chosen models belonging to the high range of the manufacturer from Brescello, such as the R360 spider. The latter reaches a working height of up to 36 m, has a maximum horizontal outreach of 16 m and is available as an option in a hybrid version, both on tracks and on wheels.

Easy of use, quality and safety make Easy Lift spiders a “Made in Italy” product, perfect for aerial lifting which is also widely entering the Chinese power market.

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