Manitou, the world leader in all-terrain loading and lifting equipment, has more than 15 years of experience in the manufacturing and distribution of access platforms.
With a wide range of elevating platforms, Manitou has the solution to all types of lifting equipment needs.
Firstly released in European markets earlier this year, the new Manitou MAN'GO 12 is now available in Australia, New Zealand and the rest of Oceania.
Capable of lifting workers up to 12m (39ft) high, the MAN'GO 12 is dedicated for structural work, finishing work, pruning, industrial cleaning and much more.
With its large basket capable of hosting 2 people at once or 230kg and its compact design, workers can access all types of restricted area without losing in safety and efficiency.
Fully compliant under Australia's standards, the MAN'GO 12 does not require a licence for elevated work platform operations as the machine's boom length is under 11 meters.
This new access platform offers all of the benefits of Manitou's DNA: safety, quality and reliability while being one of the most economically advantageous platforms for rental companies and their customers on the market.
With this revolutionary machine, Manitou offers a solution that is competitive while still meeting the market's expectations.
"We really wanted to respond to a requirement with a dedicated technical solution. Each function has been completely redesigned, without any inhibitions, to offer an appropriate alternative, while of course always keeping in mind the attractive aspect that is sought in economic terms, but also for greater simplicity. with the MAN'GO, we are showing that we can take a different approach while still retaining the very essence of Manitou," Product Manager Samuel Viaud.
1st revolutionary change: the operating mechanism -a redesigned lifting structure driven by a single arm and a system of fulcrums which improves speed of movement.
2nd revolutionary change: the transmission based on the wheel engines retains the machine's all-terrain character through control and management of the distribution of hydraulic oil in the 4-wheel engines and differential hydraulic locking.
3rd revolutionary change: the engine located in the chassis gives a lower center of gravity, which contributes to making the machine lighter.
4th revolutionary change: the name of this new access platform, the MAN'GO is totally distinct from its fellow TJ and ATJ machines on the numerous points mentioned above, and especially in terms of design and graphical charter.
5th revolutionary change: With a boom length of 9.9 metres precisely, the MAN'GO 12 does not require any licence for elevated work platform operations.