The new HA20 RTJ offers the best level of comfort and ease of use along with a guarantee of a high level of robustness, durability, ease of maintenance and the ideal combination performance-weight.
Haulotte has launched its new rough-terrain articulated boom 20 m whose sleek design reflects the company´s commitment to providing simple, robust, reliable and high-performance machines. The company, with its 30 years of experience and customer-driven approach, is committed to optimising productivity, addressing customer budget constraints and ensuring operator safety. The new HA20 RTJ is an ideal combination performance-weight and offers the best level of comfort and ease of use along with a guarantee of a high level of robustness, durability, ease of maintenance and the ideal combination performance-weight.
Excellent Working Envelope
Having a working height of 20.6 m, horizontal outreach of 12.1 m and up and over clearance of 8.1 m, the HA20 RTJ offers the best lifting speed of the market in 48 seconds, providing time saving benefits and productivity. Like HA16 RTJ, this new articulated boom has an exceptional capacity of simultaneous movements.
The optimised weight of less than 9.5 tonne gives the machine a real competitive advantage. The ultra compact machine has a transport height of 1.8 m and a length of 6.4 m, which allows it to streamline transportation costs by allowing load two machines on a low flat bed trailer.
Comfort driving and ease of use
Durability, reliability, ease of maintenance: a streamlined investment
Designed to last, HA20 RTJ´s features include
To alert the operator of potential risk of crushing, the HA20 RTJ is equipped with the unique secondary guarding device Haulotte ACTIV´Shield© Bar (standard equipment on the PRO model, optional on models RTJ and O).
Versatile machine for multiple applications:
Building works, finishing, demolition, maintenance, landscaping and tree surgery, sporting and other events. Offering maximum safety, the Haulotte Aerial Work Platforms complies with the latest labour regulations, to European (CE marking, EN 280) and also international standards (ANSI, CSA, AS...).
(Communication by the management of the company)