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Damn, 190' platform for their new E190 That's insane. Speed over to 2:18

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Hello everyone,

Erik, thanks for sharing this information, we're extremely excited about this new Elliott E190 aerial device, which is now the tallest telescopic aerial device manufactured in North America. It's primarily designed for the utility industry for new transmission line construction and maintenance. One of the biggest benefits we offer throughout the HiReach line is that our products are designed to meet the ANSI A92.2 aerial standard, instead of the standard that applies to boom trucks with baskets. This means that our equipment adheres to much stricter stability testing and structural testing which means more safety and reliability.

As for the remotes being hacked, these aerial work platforms all have a hard-wired connection for the remotes in the platform so that you run the machine at height without relying on the wireless connection. The radio is for use with an optional electrical isolating extension section.

As far as the ride goes, it is smooth and extremely stable. And you get a great view from 190’. Here are some photos of the Omaha skyline from the platform. Looking down is another story though. People look pretty small from 190’ in the sky.



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A beautiful machine! Alas, all us sign companies can do is dream of such. Utilities are the only ones who could afford such a beauty! Vegas and Times Square possible exceptions. :drool:

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