Souma Ray, Director, Haulotte

Souma Ray, Director, Haulotte
Pulseo Electric Rough-Terrain Mobile Elevating Platform - Haulotte’s latest innovation for working at heights

Pulseo is suitable for working in downtown areas, low-emission zones, and green construction sites, and in low-noise areas such as hospitals, schools, bookstores, airports, concert halls etc, with flexible working hours (night time or early morning) with no inconvenience to residents.

Haulotte’ Pulseo, the new-gen electric rough-terrain mobile elevating platform has lower energy costs, lesser air and noise pollution, and optimal performance, with increased safety and productivity. The machine can be used for both indoor and outdoor applications, has rough-terrain capabilities and operation suited to low-emission and low-noise zones.

The first two models: HA20 LE and HA20 LE PRO, in the Pulseo product line, have high-quality materials and components, complete protection for electric and hydraulic parts, extensive endurance testing, and come with a 5-year warranty.

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Equipped with non-marking tyres, its oscillating axle and 4-wheel drive ensures optimal adherence and stability for outdoor work. Ultra-fast elevation speed, 360° continuous turret rotation and simultaneous movements work together to enhance productivity. Dual-load models make it possible to increase the load capacity while adapting the working envelope, thereby, ensuring stability. Proportional controls ensure precise movements, guaranteeing smooth operation on the work area with no jolts.

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The Pulseo range incorporates the latest safety innovations such as Haulotte Activ’Shield Bar: 2.0 is by far the safest and most effective system of its kind. When faced with a risk of entrapment, the operator is propelled against the bar; the machine automatically stops. Protected by the Safety Gap, the operator maintains easy access to controls and is unobstructed. Haulotte Activ’Lighting System comprising 11 LED spotlights, provides high illumination of the basket, controls, maneuvering area, and during loading and unloading of the equipment.

High-capacity batteries and the ability to lower the basket by force of gravity with no power consumption, maximize battery performance for a full day’s work. If extended battery power is required, the on-board range extender engine can rapidly recharge the batteries, while the machine retains its full operating capacity during the charge cycle. At the end of a shift, the built-in charger and its smart power management module optimize both the charge and lifespan of the batteries.

The Haulotte Activ’Energy Management system is designed to extend the lifespan of the batteries. It was developed in partnership with LITEN, a major European research institute and a driving force behind the development of sustainable energy technologies. Maintenance-free electric motors, extended maintenance intervals, easy access to components, and simple battery maintenance, maximize machine uptime.

Haulotte Activ’Screen makes life easier for users and technicians. It can be used to configure the machine, provide users with information to help them identify alarms, allows easy access for preventative maintenance, and helps diagnose and resolve malfunctions. All Haulotte Activ’Screen functions are available on mobile devices via the Haulotte Diag app. Technicians, thus, enjoy the mobility necessary for even more effective configuration and diagnostics.

NBM&CW December 2019

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