Aerial platform trucks

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Construction year
1988

Aerial platform trucks

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Construction year
2005
Mileage
93,529 km

Aerial platform trucks

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Construction year
2007
Mileage
349,038 km
Steering wheel side
Right hand

Aerial platform trucks

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Construction year
2008
Mileage
859,958 km
Steering wheel side
Right hand
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Construction year
2005
Mileage
105,522 km

Aerial platform trucks

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Construction year
2008
Mileage
636,814 km
Steering wheel side
Right hand
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Construction year
2012
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Construction year
2011
Mileage
81,769 km
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Construction year
2005
Mileage
347,251 km
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Construction year
2013

Aerial platform trucks

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Construction year
2013
Mileage
31,075 km

Aerial platform trucks

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Construction year
2008
Gross weight
3,249.987 kg
Mileage
19,500 km
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Gross weight
1,700 kg
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Gross weight
1,700 kg
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Construction year
2002
Gross weight
9,270 kg

Aerial platform trucks

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Construction year
2010

Aerial platform trucks

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Construction year
2008

Aerial platform trucks

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Construction year
2008
Mileage
336,000 km
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€3 900Net Price
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Construction year
2014
€3 900Net Price
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Construction year
1990
Mileage
191,626 km

Aerial platform trucks

€5 000Net Price
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Gross weight
13,000 kg

Aerial platform trucks

€5 900Net Price
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Construction year
1993
Gross weight
3,500 kg
Mileage
69,000 km
€5 919Net Price
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Construction year
2011
Mileage
335,141 km
Steering wheel side
Right hand
€7 750Net Price
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Construction year
1994
Gross weight
7,500 kg
Mileage
299,000 km
€7 900Net Price
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Construction year
1996
Gross weight
6,600 kg
Mileage
117,000 km
€7 990Net Price
NO PRICE RATING
Construction year
1978
Gross weight
13,000 kg
Mileage
27,000 km
€7 999Net Price
NO PRICE RATING
Construction year
1989
Gross weight
11,000 kg
Mileage
165,227 km

Aerial platform trucks

€8 000Net Price
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Construction year
1987
€8 900Net Price
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Construction year
1993
Gross weight
8,000 kg
Hours Run
5,000 h
Mileage
98,000 km
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Aerial platforms

Commonly inaccessible areas or easily accessed with aerial platforms. Often this means areas at great heights, like bridges, trees or roofs. Firefighters also frequently use aerial platforms to reach certain areas for emergency access.

Aerial platforms are not designed to carry heavy weights and do heavy-duty work: they are commonly used for limited weights. For weights greater than that of personnel and their required equipment cranes are generally used. An additional limitation of aerial platform is that although some of them contain wheels, they are not suited to drive large distances, unless mounted to a vehicle.

Three types of platforms

Aerial devices, scissor lifts, and hotel lifts are three different types of aerial platforms. Most of these different types of aerial platforms are powered by hydraulics or pneumatics. The difference between these types is roughly determined by their range of motion. Scissor lifts, for example, exclusively move in vertical direction while showing a so-called X-pattern. They are typically used for maintenance work, or jobs like painting. Some aerial lifts are capable of rotating around a vertical axis. Most aerial platforms can be operated by a single person. This could be the person doing the job or a person working from a distance with, for instance, a remote control.

Variety in listings

Tradus offers many used aerial platform trucks from various countries in Europe. Brands that are well represented include MAN, Mercedes-Benz, Renault, Iveco, DAF, Volvo, Scania, and Nissan.

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