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PH110 - VW Engineered to

The New Volkswagen Crafter Dropside with PH110 ‘Engineered to go’ Lifting Solution - Yours from just £494* a month.

With 990kg lifting capability and over 1100kg of remaining payload, the PH110 and Crafter combination is the perfect lifting solution for your customers.


Low crane weight- starting from 105kg leaving the vehicle with over 1100kg of payload to tackle a range of jobs.

4.5m boom length – giving your team the flexibility to move items large distances.

990kg max safe working load – providing your team with the lifting capability to move heavy and bulky items safely on and off the vehicle.

180- 330° slewing rotation – hydraulically powered maximising manoeuvrability of your workforce with smooth and precise control.

3 year all inclusive warranty – Giving you peace of mind.

What can it lift?

The below diagram shows the lifting capacity at different extensions of the crane:

It has enough lifting capacity to tackle most jobs whilst its low self-weight does not compromise the payload of the vehicle. There is an estimated 1100kg of payload remaining post-conversion.

Interested? You should be! To find out more you can contact us or visit any VW Vans branch.

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Penny Hydraulics are proud to be approved converters for Vehicle Mounted Lifting Equipment for VW, Renault, Nissan and Ford.

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