New oil & gas boom truck

30 April 2008

Manitex has developed a new boom truck aimed at the oil and gas industries. Rental companies and contractors targeting the oil and gas sector will be particularly interested in the new addition, the 124WL.

The telescopic boom has four sections, for a maximum length of 124 feet, and maximum tip height of 135 feet.

The ‘WL’ stands for wireline, in reference to the sheave head's removable bracket.

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