Absolute E-Z Up adds new aerial work platform
Feb. 25, 2011 – Absolute E-Z Up will debut the IAWP-7.3 industrial aerial work platform, the smallest in its line of self-propelled industrial aerial work platforms, at The Rental Show, Feb. 27-March 2, at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas.
By Stefanie Croley
Feb. 25, 2011 – Absolute E-Z Up will debut the IAWP-7.3 industrial aerial work platform, the smallest in its line of self-propelled industrial aerial work platforms, at The Rental Show, Feb. 27-March 2, at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas. The IAWP-7.3 is a workhorse in a compact package, easily manoeuvres within tight quarters and is a safer and more productive alternative to ladders and scaffolding.
Measuring 43 inches long by 30 inches wide by 59 inches high, the IAWP-7.3 has a maximum capacity of 397 pounds (one operator plus tools). Combined with a zero-inch inside turning radius and a 39-inch outside turning radius, the machine can easily manoeuvre throughout the job site. At 965 pounds, the IAWP-7.3 is ideal for work site sites with restricted floor load capacities.
The IAWP-7.3 features an elevated platform height of seven feet, three inches, and can be driven at its full working height of 14 feed, increasing productivity by eliminating the need to lower the platform prior to moving the machine. Its direct drive system provides 270 complete duty cycles (lift up and down) or the ability to drive over 12 miles on a single charge. The IAWP-7.3 features 35 per cent gradeability and a maximum drive speed of 1.9 miles per hour.
The IAWP-7.3 features a reinforced, all-steel, powder-coated chassis and platform to withstand the harshest of work environments year after year. For more information on the IAWP-7.3 self-propelled industrial aerial work platform and AEUP, visit www.absolutee-zup.com.