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T72B truck mount carries out maintenance work at The Royal Liver Building

Lavendon Access Services’ vehicle mount division, EPL Skylift, has recently supplied Wasp Ltd with its largest truck mounted boom, a 72 metre model for a job at The Royal Liver Building, on the banks of the River Mersey in Liverpool.

Lavendon Access Services’ vehicle mount division, EPL Skylift, has recently supplied Wasp Ltd with its largest truck mounted boom, a 72 metre model for a job at The Royal Liver Building, on the banks of the River Mersey in Liverpool.

EPl Skylift recommended the T72B truck mount to access the highest windows of the Royal Liver Building. The building is 90m high but the windows are below this level. The T72B carried out maintenance and service checks on the windows from 72m of working height.

Due to surrounding obstructions such as lamp posts, signs and statues, the maintenance programme was carried out at varying distances. The T27B was used as ‘up and over’ access was required. The truck mount has 27.7m of outreach and a 2.20 x 1.25m platform.