New Dur-A-Lift Dealer

Since 1997, Magneto-Laval has been offering his expertise in aerial devices. The company is now an authorized sales and service dealer representing Dur-A-Lift Inc. for truck mounted aerial devices. Dur-A-Lift, a member of DTI group, started manufacturing telescopic articulating aerial device in 1988 with the acquisition of Durnell Engineering.

The aerial devices are built “simple and safe” in every way. The insulated boom and lifting specifications meet CSA225 standards. Dur-A-Lift's confidence in the product is such that the products are backed by a standard 2 years parts and labor warranty, making Dur-A-Lift the only manufacturer that offers such a robust warranty.

On some models, the side reach is unmatched by the competition. These strong points have convinced Magneto-Laval to represent Dur-A-Lift and install a fully functional unit. Currently in stock, they have the DTAX39 model with a working height of 13.4 m (44’) and a side reach of 8.5 m (28’). A 180° basket rotator is standard for this model. This version is called “TRAFFIC” since it does not obstruct in any way a second lane of the road. A 61 cm x 122 cm (24’’ x 42’’) fiberglass basket with a capacity of 158 kg (350 lb) is included. One-handed operation can be done from the basket with a 4 axis control handle. The basket can be tilted to get rid of any water accumulation and can be leveled again without any complicated operations.

The truck required for installation must have 8,845 kg (19,500 lb) GVWR with a 3,175 kg (7000 lb) front axle.
Mounted on an International Terrastar chassis in collaboration with Inter Rive Nord, the International truck dealer in Laval, the DTAX39 proved exceptionally stable.

Many other models are available on request with working heights ranging from 8.8 m to 17.4 m (29’ to 57’), equipped with an insulated or non-insulated mast.

Source: Magnéto-Laval Inc.


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