Xtreme Manufacturing Showcases 20,000 lbs. Telehandler at AWEA Windpower 2017

Xtreme Manufacturing and Snorkel will introduce their products to the wind energy industry at the annual AWEA Windpower Show, taking place in Anaheim, California from May 23rd to 25th, 2017.

Anaheim, California (23rd May 2017) Xtreme Manufacturing and Snorkel will introduce their products to the wind energy industry at the annual AWEA Windpower Show, taking place in Anaheim, California from May 23rd to 25th, 2017.


Las Vegas-based Xtreme Manufacturing will showcase the Xtreme XR2045 telehandler that can lift loads up to 20,000 lbs. (9,071kg), and can lift loads up to a height of 45 ft. (13.7m). Sister company, Snorkel, will show its heavy-duty TB86J telescopic boom lift, that has a maximum working height of 92 ft. (28m), and a capacity of 500 lbs. (227kg) designed to safely carry two operators plus tools and equipment to work at height.

Xtreme XR2045: Built for the Toughest Environments

The Xtreme XR2045 is a high capacity rough terrain telehandler, designed to handle the toughest environments and jobsites. Weighing in at 44,750 lbs. (20,300kg), this heavy-duty, all-steel telehandler can lift up to 20,000 lbs. (9,071kg), and has a forward reach of up to 27 ft. 4 in. (8.3m). It shares the same standard features as the rest of the Xtreme telehandler range, including 360° operator visibility from the cab, long-life boom rollers instead of wear pads for smoother boom operation and reduced maintenance, plus an integrated boom lift point.

The boom lift point is designed to safely handle suspended loads and can lift the maximum rated load of the telehandler. This makes it ideal for applications such as lifting turbine blades during the transportation process from the manufacturing facility to the site.

All Xtreme telehandlers are backed by an industry leading 10 year-5 year-2 year warranty, and are built in the USA.

Xtreme Cubes: Practical Solutions for Jobsite Facilities

Built by Xtreme Manufacturing in the USA, Xtreme Cubes are portable, fully customizable structures that can be used for a wide range of temporary and permanent applications. Utilizing a steel frame that is structurally sound, known as a ‘space frame' and fork lift pockets, the cubes can be stacked or combined to create an unlimited range of multi-story facilities. They can be easily disassembled, transported and reassembled, with minimal cost and in a short time frame.

The heavy-duty design means they can be used in all types of environments, making them ideal for offices, storage and maintenance facilities in wind turbine farms, as well as restrooms for transportation and logistics yards, and security gatehouses for manufacturing plants.

Xtreme Cubes can also be used to create temporary and permanent residential facilities, including living quarters for installation teams in remote environments. The cubes can be fitted out with windows, insulation, interior paneling and trim, electricity, plumbing, HVAC and data, allowing the installation of fully functioning kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms and living spaces with TV, internet and other modern comforts, providing a practical and economical on-site alternative to hotels for temporary workers.

Showcasing the Snorkel TB86J Telescopic Boom Lift

Known worldwide for producing simple, reliable and robust aerial lifts, Snorkel brings one of its largest telescopic boom lifts to AWEA Windpower 2017.

The Snorkel TB86J is a heavy-duty telescopic boom lift that delivers a maximum working height of 92 ft. (28.0m), and a 78 ft. 3 in. (23.8m) maximum outreach. Built to handle tough environments, the all-steel Snorkel TB86J delivers excellent rough terrain performance with powerful four-wheel drive and steer, and can tackle gradients of up to 40%. With intuitive proportional controls, the Snorkel TB86J is easy to operate yet has a powerful Tier 4i Kubota 59hp turbo diesel engine and high grip foam filled tires suitable for working in most types of outdoor environments.

The Snorkel TB86J is equipped with a spacious, tri-entry 8 ft. x 3 ft. (2.44m x 0.91m) platform that delivers a lift capacity of 500 lbs. (227kg), and includes Snorkel Guard™ secondary guarding as standard. Weighing in at 38,690 lbs. (17,549kg), the TB86J telescopic boom lift is suited to the maintenance and refurbishment of wind turbines as well as facilities maintenance in logistic yards, and for rigging applications.

Snorkel produces a wide range of aerial work platforms, delivering working heights from 6 ft. (1.83m) up to 132 ft. (40.2m). These robust and reliable lifts are built to last, even in the toughest environments, and are designed to be simple to operate and simple to maintain.

An Equipment Rental Solution for the Wind Energy Sector

Xtreme and Snorkel equipment, alongside equipment from over 100 other leading name brands, is available to rent from Ahern Rentals, which is part of the same family of companies as Xtreme Manufacturing and Snorkel. Ahern Rentals has 87 locations across 26 states and has over 46,000 pieces of rental equipment in its fleet. Representatives from Ahern Rentals will be available at booth #2344 to discuss flexible equipment rental solutions for the wind energy sector, including their innovative national account program.

The Xtreme XR2045 & Snorkel TB86J will be on display at booth #2344 at AWEA Windpower 2017 that takes place in Anaheim, California, from May 23rd to 25th, 2017.

Xtreme Manufacturing is proud to be a member of the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA).

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