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First Atlas for UK

12th October 1985
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THE FIRST Atlas skip loader to be sold in Britain has gone into service with Harvey's Waste Disposal, of High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.

W. J. Oldacre Services, the Swindon-based Mercedes main dealer, supplied the 3.6in wheelbase 1617 CK chassis cab on which the ASK 112 loader is mounted.

This model can carry skips up to 20m3 in capacity. For a skip loader of this size its net weight of 2,200kg is low.

Normal fully elevated-toground lowering time for the ASK 112 is 32 seconds, but it also has a fast lowering facility on its dual control panels. One is cab mounted and allows a skip to be lowered to the ground in only 17 seconds.

The ASK 112 is one of a wide range of German-built Atlas skip loading equipment, which Atlas Hydraulic Loaders of Blackwood. Lanarkshire — the long established UK agent for Atlas cranes — has begun to import.


Locations: Swindon

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