Scott Powerline Introduces the World's First Track-Mounted TM 125 Insulated Aerial

Scott Powerline & Utility Equipment has introduced a first-of-a-kind item to its already cutting-edge rental fleet – a new Terex® TM 125 Hi-Ranger insulated aerial mounted on a PowerTraxx 18-H hydrostatically driven track vehicle.

Scott Powerline & Utility Equipment has introduced a first-of-a-kind item to its already cutting-edge rental fleet – a new Terex® TM 125 Hi-Ranger insulated aerial mounted on a PowerTraxx 18-H hydrostatically driven track vehicle.

"I'm told it's the first and only one in the world, and you just know it'll get the job done," Tom Scott, Jr., founder and president of Scott Powerline and Utility Equipment, said at the unveiling in Monroe, LA.

The TM 125 Hi-Ranger non-overcenter material-handling aerial provides a working height of 125 feet, a bottom of platform of 120 feet and a side reach of 52 feet. Standard equipment includes a hydraulic platform leveling system, 4-function single stick, hydraulic platform tilt at upper controls, variable volume hydraulic system, continuous unrestricted rotation and a host of other key standard and optional features.

The PowerTraxx 18-H vehicle is one of the largest units in the industry. With a payload capacity of over 44,000 pounds and a specially designed cab with ROPS to 100,000 pounds, the PowerTraxx is perfect for the TM 125 Hi-Ranger. The 18-H is powered by a 350-hp engine and moves on 44-inch wide D-dent tracks.

Scott Powerline has a second facility in McDonough, Georgia. For more information, contact Jeff Johnson at 877-388-9269.

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