Hyva, provider of innovative transport solutions for the commercial vehicle and environmental service industries across the globe, has introduced skiploaders with new remote controls, weighing systems and cranked lifting arms
The new range of telescopic Titan skiploaders are available with lifting capacities of 12, 14 and 16 tonnes, for vehicles of 16-22, 18-26 and 26-32 tonnes GVW respectively.
Re-engineered from the base up, the new Titan skiploaders aim to reduce costs and increase efficiency by cutting installation times with the new QIK fully boltable mounting kits, accommodate higher payloads by virtue of their high strength, low weight steel floors, speed operations with extra extension speed (EES) turbo lift and reduce the number of trips by loading multiple containers.
?Lifetime value is increased through high-quality factory finishing with anti-corrosion painting, low maintenance requirements and ease of service and repairs ? all underpinned by Hyva?s reputation for quality, safety and reliability,? according to Hyva.
A range of optional, bolt-on accessories includes ladders, toolboxes, guards and fenders, tail light protectors and cab guards.
In addition to powerful XL fixed lift arms and stronger, longer TAXL telescopic arms, the new TAZ cranked arms focus on giving the Titan skiploader the highest lifting capacity and longest telescopic reach in the market.
?The cranked lifting arms improve the handling of skips in restricted spaces. The cranked design with a specially designed curve makes lifting over obstacles, fences or hedges very easy even with slight misalignment between the truck and skip,? the company further added.
Safe operating is further enhanced with Titan Radio Remote (TRR) which gives the operator a safer, unrestricted view of the work environment, thus avoiding potential hazards and enhancing safe operation.
TRR capability is further extended with the Titan Weighing System (TWS) which weighs the container and automatically shows the result in the display of the radio remote control of the skiploader. The typical accuracy is a less than or equal to be one per cent of measured weight.