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New Fraco mast climber

13. February 2018 | Comments (0)

Canadian mast climber manufacturer Fraco has launched the FMC-3 light duty rack and pinion work platform.

The FMC-3 has a maximum lift capacity of 1,100kg, and offers a lift speed of 7.5 metres per minute. The maximum platform length on a single mast is 10 metres with 2.6 metre deck sections for maximum versatility. Designed along European lines, the FMC-3 can be electric or internal combustion powered.

Fraco FMC-3
The new FMC-3 mast climber

Marketing director Jacques Lainé said: “The FMC-3 platform is for building contractors who want flexible work equipment with medium load capacity. It has been designed so that it can be mobilised quickly with minimum resources.”

Director of innovation Anthony Grégoire added: “We took inspiration from some of the work platforms already available in Europe and developed a version that also meets North American requirements and specifications. From the start, we wanted to offer users a product that meets Fraco standards and quality. The FMC-3 will therefore be proposed with an electric motor or gasoline engine. It also has floor extensions integrated into the extensions that enlarge the work surface - planks are not necessary.”
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