Product profile: YRCO's Jibbi 1250-Evo

The Jibbi 1250-EVO is a self-propelled telescopic crawler machine with a working height of 12.2m and is equipped with a dynamic and automatic levelling system

The Jibbi 1250-EVO is developed for slopes, as well as for movement change and levelling at height

Developed for slopes, as well as for movement change and levelling at height, its design represents a step forward in terms of operator safety.

A recent example of the Jibbi 1250-EVO’s usefulness came when South Island-based FormFour, a company that specialises in all aspects of concrete bridge construction, was asked to provide access for an inspection on the old Waimakariri bridge.

The Jibbi 1250-EVO has a working height of 12.2m

The company had recently upgraded to a Jibbi 1250-EVO and decided it would be perfect for the job because of its versatility and ability to reach areas a scissor lift couldn’t. This proved to be the case, as they wouldn’t have been able to run the scissor lift against the piers because the ground was too uneven.

In FormFour’s mind, being able to move along at height is easily a big advantage for the particular work they undertake. As with the Jibbi 1670-EVO and the 850-BL-EVO tracked scissor lifts, the Almac 1250-EVO incorporates automatic dynamic ‘Pro-Active’ bi-levelling, allowing the machine to drive at height on slopes or undulating ground.

With a variable outreach ranging from 5.4 to seven metres and a compact two-person basket, the Almac Jibbi 1250-EVO is a versatile machine that can be used for a variety of circumstances and conditions.

For more information, contact Youngman Richardson Auckland head office 09 443 2436; Mt Wellington, Auckland, 09 553 5470; Wellington 04 212 2456 or for South Island enquiries, 03 341 6923, or visit

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