New Aluminum Landscape Bodies from Crysteel Offer Increased Payload and Lower Maintenance Costs

Lightweight, corrosion-resistant bodies can save fuel and last longer.

Wed March 23, 2016 - National Edition
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Lightweight, corrosion-resistant bodies can save fuel and last longer.
Lightweight, corrosion-resistant bodies can save fuel and last longer.

Crysteel Manufacturing has introduced the Aluminum Landscape line. The new Aluminum Landscape bodies combine the strength and convenience of Crysteel's proven Landscape Tipper with the lightweight efficiency and durability provided by aluminum construction.

Crysteel's Aluminum Landscape bodies offer up to 13 percent more payload capacity than comparable steel bodies. They also have lower maintenance costs and greater durability, since aluminum doesn't require painting and won't rust.

“Our new Aluminum Landscape lineis a great choice for contractors in the landscaping, refuse/waste and recycling industries who need a reliable body to take on the toughest jobs,” says Joe Paulsen, general manager of Crysteel Manufacturing. “Crysteel Aluminum Landscape bodies are lightweight and corrosion resistant, so they haul more, use less fuel, last longer and cost less to maintain than other landscape bodies. And they look good, too.”

The Crysteel Aluminum Landscape line is available in 9-foot and 12-foot body lengths. Each comes standard with a two-piece barn door in the rear for easy loading and unloading and a 50-inch side door for accessibility. Options include a full cabshield, bolt-on pull-out ladder kit, pull tarp and plastic fenders.

To save customers time and money, Crysteel's Lo-Boy® hoist (p/n LB510) is mounted to every Aluminum Landscape body at the factory. The standard Lo-Boy hoist includes a full-length subframe for added strength and a factory-installed body prop for added safety.

For more information about the new Aluminum Landscape line of bodies, contact your local Crysteel distributor, go online to www.crysteel.com.




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