Elliott Equipment Company Introduces
New 32 Ton Capacity BoomTruck


Elliott Equipment Company announces the introduction of a brand new, 32 ton capacity boom truck. Designated the 32105, the unit features a 105 foot long, four-section boom. The 32105 incorporates several exclusive, patent pending features to increase operator productivity. These include: "Ride-Around" operator control platform, which gives optimal load viewing, during the full 360 degrees of boom operation; "Thumb throttle" engine speed control, which eliminates the foot throttle, and allows the operator to keep both feet securely on the operator platform and control the speed of the load; and "Remote Winch Stow", which allows a single operator the ability to stow the unit's block and hook after use.

According to Elliott Equipment Company's President, Jim Glazer, "These features clearly demonstrate our focus on developing technology to make people's jobs easier, so they can concentrate on their business."

The 32105 is available in front or rear mount configurations. Rider seat and cab are available in rear mounted configuration.

A variety of jib lengths, platforms and accessories is available, to best fit the unit to the user's application.

"The 32105 demonstrates Elliott's commitment to developing a full line of material handling solutions" said Jim Glazer. He added, "We have several more exciting new products that we will be introducing in the coming months. All of these products, like everything else we do at Elliott, are built with the user in mind."

A leader in the construction equipment industry since 1948, Elliott Equipment Company manufactures the world's leading line of truck-mounted telescopic equipment for the construction and maintenance industries. Elliott's brands include HiReach and SkyWalk aerial workplatforms and cranes, BoomTruck truck mounted cranes and VersiPlacer concrete pumping equipment.

Source: Elliott Equipment Company


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