APL Takes Delivery Of Very First JLG 450AJ H3C In The Country

As part of our ongoing investment into our fleet and to ensure we continue to offer the very latest equipment on the market, APL have recently taken delivery of the very first JLG 450AJ HC3 Articulating Boom Lift in the UK.

The recent Articulating Boom Lift addition will be the first of many more to come – with a further 20 scheduled to be delivered throughout the coming year.

This brand new machine comes as part of JLG’s new Hi-Capacity product line and aims to provide more flexibility when working at height. The JLG 450AJ HC3 offers a 45ft (13.72m) platform height, a 25ft (7.62m) horizontal outreach and features three capacity zones – 660 / 750 / 1,000 lb (299.37 / 340.19 / 453.59 kg), giving it the ability to carry up to three occupants and tools in every zone.

The 450AJ HC3 also includes a chassis tilt alarm that alerts the operator when the machine is on a slope greater than 5 degrees allowing the operator to utilise restricted functionality to return the machine to a work area within the acceptable operating conditions.

Should you wish to hire one of these brand new machines then please don’t hesitate to contact us today on Freephone 0800 085 3709

Written by:
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Category:
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Date:
4th October 2021
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Here at APL/APC we are committed to safety and are actively doing our part to reduce the chances of COVID-19 spreading. Whilst we employ a number of these practices anyway, we are taking extra care that all of our staff follow them.

Upon returning to our HQ, each machine is thoroughly cleaned with G101 multi purpose cleaner and extra attention is taken on high risk areas of the machine such as keypads and control boxes using special Biocidal cleaner.

All of our drivers have been given special disinfectant wipes and cleaning supplies to keep their trucks clean and reduce the risk of spreading the virus.

We are also disinfecting our offices daily and have adopted many safeguarding techniques including keeping a 2m distance between any two people at one time.