There’s something new at RH!
Welcome to the new generation of Mercedes/Freightliner Sprinter (Unibody). We are very proud to announce that finally we can create our full assembly for aerial work on the Sprinter, yet be respectful of all regulations in Canada or the United States .
To do so, we use the Sprinter 3500 with dual rear wheels (144 WB or 170 WB) with the GVWR of 11 000lb /4 990 kilos. There are 2 Sprinter models on which we can install our units; The Sprinter with a standard roof and a high roof.
With our engineering department, we have developed an innovative concept of distributing the overall aerial lift equipment weight on the entire vehicle, which creates increased structural strength of our unit.
Moreover, beyond 50% of the aerial lift equipment has been optimized for this concept; the base, platform and internal structure in order to maximize the cargo space. Once we are installed on the Sprinter, you still have a remaining payload between 1400 lb/ 635 kilos and 1860 lb/ 844 kilos depending on the models and options.
One of the many advantages of the Sprinter is that it allows you to work standing in the cargo area, see below the height details of the 2 different models we can install our aerial lift equipment on:
Standard roof Sprinter (144WB)
- Interior Height: 168.9 cm (66.5 in)
- Max. Cargo space: 9.0 m3 (319.1 cu ft)
High Roof Sprinter (144WB)
- Interior Height: 197.6 cm (77.8 in)
- Max. Cargo space: 9.3 m3 (329.3 Cu Ft)
The new base spreads over the roof like a spider web and the platform is more of a low profile (see picture) .It is possible to have a partial platform or completely covering the roof of the van with it.
What models are available on the Sprinter?
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