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Haulotte upgrades its rough terrain articulating boom lift

April 10, 2024  By CHC Staff

(Photo credit: Haulotte)

VIRGINIA BREACH, VA – The next generation of Haulotte’s HA20 RTJ rough terrain articulating boom lift has been released, with a new working height of up to 20 metres.

The HA20’s articulated arm and 11.9-metre horizontal outreach add further versatility to the all-terrain machine’s four-wheel drive, two-way steering and oscillating axle.

A new Dual Reach option from Haulotte has been included in this upgrade, which increases the load capacity of the machine from 250 kilograms to 350 kilograms and tilt capacity to six degrees.

When activated, Dual Reach adapts the machine’s working envelopes to ensure stability and limits the number of back-and-forth movements between the ground and working area, increasing safety and productivity on sloped terrain.


Additional traction is provided through an automatic differential lock, which allows operators to navigate obstacles on rough terrain with full manoeuverability. Jerk-free driving and an ergonomic control panel have also been added for improved safety and operator experience.

The HA20 RTJ features a new 18.5 kW engine, with upgraded mechanical and hydraulic systems and a fuel consumption reduction of 35 to 50 per cent. This redesign also reduces the number of hydraulic hoses by 35 per cent and increases component access for efficient maintenance.

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