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    Mast climbing work platforms

    Key Benefits
    • High free standing, height up to 20 m
    • Max. height up to 300 m with special arrangements
    • High payloads, single mast up to 4500 kg and twin mast up    to 8000 kg

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    Constriction Hoists

    Key Benefits
    • Compact and modular design
    • New high efficiency mast, which is also easier to handle
    • Eodular anchoring equipment, anchoring distance 12 m    and length of anchoring tubes up to 5,2 m

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    Material Hoists / Transport Platforms

    Key Benefits
    • Direct on line start
    • Frequency control System
    • Relay control up to 4 landings

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    Self Propelled Access Platforms

    Key Benefits
    • Pressure Sensitive Outriggers
    • Audible and visible alarm
    • Manual Recovery with Hand Pump

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    Self Drive Aerial Access Platforms

    Key Benefits
    • Dual Battery Driven Hydraulics
    • Fully Interlocked Cylinders
    • Independent Stabilizer Controls at Base

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    Trailer Mounted Access Platforms

    Key Benefits
    • Working heights ranging from 9m - 30ft t21m - 69ft
    • Can be towed easily from site tsite and set up quickly    using manual or hydraulic outriggers
    • Light and compact

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    Vehicle Mounted Work Platforms

    Key Benefits
    • Working heights ranging from 9m - 30ft t21m - 69ft
    • Can be towed easily from site tsite and set up quickly    using manual or hydraulic outriggers
    • Light and compact

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    Compact Scissor Lifts

    Key Benefits
    • Drivable at full height
    • Variable speed, format two wheel Hydraulic drive
    • 90° steering (zero inside turning radius)

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    Rough Terrain Scissor Lifts

    Key Benefits
    • Crossover symmetrical 4WD
    • Drivable at full height with roll out deck fully extended
    • 5' (1.5 m) roll out extension deck

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    Telescopic Boom Lifts

    Key Benefits
    • 5 ft, 140 ° jib (T125J)
    • Four wheel drive, powerful diesel engines& high torque    drive motors combine to deliver superior performance
    • Hydraulic powered platform rotation

Mastclimber

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Key Benefits
• High free standing, height up to 20 m
• Mast section weight only approx. 82 kg
• Platform width: 1600 mm

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Constriction Hoists

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Key Benefits
• Compact and modular design
• Power requirement only 63 Amps
• New high efficiency mast

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Boomlift

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Key Benefits
• Pressure Sensitive Outriggers
• Audible and visible alarm
• Manual Recovery with Hand Pump

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Welcome to our website

The original company was established in the year 1981 when its director, Mr. Kumar Dhami began operations by purchasing a small mobile crane and renting it to contractors. The company was incorporated in the year 1994 under the name of M/s. Kumar Crane & Transport Pvt. Ltd.
In the year 2008, M/s. Kumar Crane & Transport Pvt. Ltd. was renamed as M/s. Access Platforms Rental Pvt. Ltd. to bring about a sharper focus on its service offering of access equipments.

With a view to drive brand visibility and realize the growth aspiration of the company, M/s Access Platform Equipments Limited got christened as brand "APEL".

Today, APEL is one of the largest players in the rentals of Mastclimbers, Construction & Material Hoists, Boomlifts and Scissorlifts in India.

APEL has developed a reputation for great customer service and high quality equipment rentals. With our vast experience in the machinery rental business, we understand the importance of reliability, ease of operation, minimal maintenance and timely customer support. Whether you have a small industrial project, application for mall maintenance or fire fighting system installation or any need for your project site, APEL delivers what you need.

 

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