Leguan 125 is a lightweight, economical and uncomplicated self propelled platform, made for professional use. During the many years on the market Leguan 125 has proven its capabilities on hundreds of work sites.
In 2018 Leguan 125 was given a facelift: Updated wear pad design, improved transport supports and electric system in addition to a new sharper look. Leguan 125 is ideally suited for situations where it is frequently transported between work sites on a trailer and where the ground conditions on the sites are varying and challenging. Available with either a four wheel drive or with a crawler track chassis, the Leguan 125 is very maneuverable and has excellent all terrain capabilities
Honda engine and electric motor
Leguan 125 is equipped with a Honda GX390 13 hp petrol engine and 230 V electric propelling. All functions of the machine (drive, outriggers and booms) can be operated with the electric motor when the Leguan is connected to 230 V mains current.
The electric propelling option is very useful when working indoors or when a very low operating noise level is required. It is also often practical to drive the Leguan to the work site using the combustion engine, then connect it to a 230 V outlet and operate the booms with electric propelling. This way the operation is very silent and fuel costs remain as low as possible.
Easy to transport
Thanks to its low own weight the Leguan 125 is easy to transport on a trailer. A towing vehicle with 2.000 kg towing capacity is sufficient for the Leguan 125 and the trailer. This means almost any van can tow the Leguan 125 on a trailer.
There is also a transportation trailer available, tailor made for the Leguans. This special trailer allows operation of the Leguan also when it is on the trailer – like a trailed mounted lift.
Four wheel drive or crawler track chassis
Leguan Lifts is the only manufacturer to offer its access platforms both with a chassis on wheels and with a crawler track chassis. This is the case also with Leguan 125: it is available either with hydraulic four wheel drive or with a robust crawler track chassis.
The biggest advantage of a four wheel drive chassis is versatility. Thanks to the suspension effect of the rubber tyres it is much more comfortable to drive an access platform with tyres on even and solid surfaces. All-terrain capabilities are also sufficient for almost all circumstances because of the hydraulic four wheel drive, and drive speed is also higher compared with an access platform with crawler track chassis.
The most important advantages of a crawler track chassis are a bigger contact surface to the ground and, thanks to increased machine width, a better sideways stability. The bigger contact surface improves traction especially on soft and uneven terrains (e.g. in the forest or on snow).
|Max. working height||12.5 m (41 ft)|
|Max. platform height||10.5 m (34 ft 5 in)|
|Max. outreach||6.3 m (20 ft 8 in)|
|Max. work cage load||200 kg (2 persons)|
|Transport dimensions||Length: 5.2 m (17 ft), Width: 1.33 m (4 ft 4 in), Height: 1.8 m (5 ft 10 in)|
(without platform, Length: 4.5 m (14 ft 9 in), Width: 1.0 m (3 ft 3 in) 4WD or 1.1 m (3 ft 7 in) TRD)
|Platform dimensions W x L||1.2 m x 0.7 m (3 ft 11 in x 2 ft 3 in)|
|Outrigger support dimensions||2.93 m x 2.89 m (9 ft 7 in x 9 ft 6 in)|
|Max. slope for outriggers||22 % (13°)|
|Weight with tracks / tyres||1500-1700 kg (3307-3748 lb) depending on features|
|Power source||Honda 13 HP petrol engine|
230 V / 110 V electric motor
|Drive system: hydraulic||4WD Tracks|
|Drive speed max||max. 4.1 km/h (2.5 mph)|