The ZED 20.2 was unveiled at the Vertikal Days trade show for cranes and access equipment, taking place this week at the Haydock Park racecourse in Lancashire.
The new model is an upgrade of the ZED 20C and follows on from the recently launched 21m working height ZED 21 JH. (See previous report here.)
Rotation of the slewing ring has been increased from 320° to 340 °. A new boom design reduces flexing to increase stability for the operator at high altitudes.
Other changes include a repositioning of the control panel (pictured below). For ergonomic reasons, and to improve visibility, the controls are now tilted towards the operator.