Product Focus: Telehandlers and aerial work platforms
| August 10, 2008 |
Rear-pivot steering increases maneuverability
Place loads accurately with Gradall’s Model G6-42P telehandler, which features a 6,600-pound maximum lift capacity and 6,000-pound capacity at its 42-foot maximum lift height. A 99-horsepower John Deere 4045D engine powers the telehandler, which also has 90-degree rear pivot steering for improved maneuverability, and a no-shift hydrostatic drive train and a high-bias limited slip front axle for smoother operation.
Telehandler delivers precision load placement
Lift and place loads in hard-to-reach locations with Pettibone’s Traverse Series Model T1157, which has an 11,000-pound maximum lifting capacity and a 57-foot 6-inch maximum lifting height. The T1157 has 70 inches of horizontal boom travel at every lift height for precise load placement. Standard features include frame-mounted outriggers, trunnion-mounted sway cylinders, single joystick control and four-wheel drive. The telehandler has a 110-horsepower Cummins engine and a Carraro powershift transmission.
Work platform mounts to variety of chassis
Position multiple workers with Lift-A-Loft’s TMX32 truck-mounted lift. Specifically designed to access overpasses, the lift can be equipped with an onboard generator and compressor. The TMX32 has a 4,000-pound capacity, an 18-foot-long by 84-inch-wide platform and mounts on a variety of chassis. With a maximum platform elevation height of 32 feet, the TMX32 features a telescoping scissors design for increased stability.
Telehandler performs in wide range of jobsite conditions
Work on crowded jobsites and in rough terrain conditions with JLG’s Model G10-55A telehandler, which has a minimum 18-inch ground clearance with 10-degree frame leveling capability and a choice of all-wheel, front wheel or crab steering. With a maximum lifting capacity of 10,000 pounds, the G10-55A can lift a 5,000-pound load to 55 feet or extend a 3,000-pound load 42 feet horizontally. A side-mounted John Deere engine improves visibility and simplifies maintenance. The telehandler has a four-speed transmission and a top speed of 20 mph.
Outrigger system levels lift on 5-degree slope
Maneuver in tight spaces with Genie’s GS-3232 self-propelled scissor lift, which lifts 500 pounds to a 38-foot maximum working height. At 7 feet 11 inches long and 2 feet 8 inches wide stowed, the lift fits through standard doorways. The GS-3232 has dual front wheel drive, a zero inside turning radius, an automatic leveling hydraulic outrigger system that levels on up to a 5-degree slope and a four-wheel braking system.
Scissor lift has simple design for easy troubleshooting
Improve productivity with Skyjack’s Model SJ 9250 rough terrain scissor lift, which features a 74-inch-wide, 168-inch-long, 2,000-pound capacity platform that has a 56-foot work height. The SJ 9250 features an axle-based four-wheel drive system powered by a GM 1.6-liter Vortec dual fuel engine. An analog-based control system has Skyjack’s standard color coded and numbered wiring, enabling simple troubleshooting.
Improve cycle times with multifunction controls
Increase operator efficiency with Lull’s Model 944E-42, which features multifunction hydraulic-over-hydraulic joystick controls for precise load placement and faster cycle times. The 944E-42 has a 9,000-pound maximum lift capacity with a maximum lift height of 42 feet, a 1,500-pound maximum lift capacity with a 35-foot 6-inch horizontal reach and 80 inches of horizontal boom travel. The telehandler has a 99-horsepower Cummins turbo diesel engine and a transmission with four-speed forward power shift and three-speed reverse power shift.
Lift features 71-foot working height
Perform a wide range of applications with Man Lift Engineering’s A65TD Spider Lift. Featuring a 71-foot working height, the Spider Lift fits through a 35-inch-wide door, features a non-marking track drive with 8 psi of contact pressure and has an articulating boom. The lift also has battery-powered technology with biodegradable hydraulic fluid. An optional generator enables continuous operation.
Choose from three sizes in telehandler line
Manitou North America’s MHT Series of telehandlers features the 10120, with a 26,400-pound capacity; the 10160, a 36,000-pound capacity unit; and the 10210, a 46,000-pound capacity rough terrain telehandler. All three models have a 31-foot 6-inch lift height and come equipped with a 175-horsepower Mercedes engine. The MHT Series also features Rexroth hydrostatic transmissions and load sensing hydraulic systems.
Lift’s controls allow work in tight spaces
Fit in tight spaces with Custom Equipment’s Model HB-1030 Hy-Brid scissor lift, which offers maneuverability with proportional joystick controls. The HB-1030 features a 16-foot working height in a lightweight design, a 20-inch platform height and a 30-inch deck extension for hard-to-reach areas. Custom Equipment also offers the HB-1430, which features a 20-foot working height.
Telehandler features 10,000-pound lift capacity
Handle any lifting task on a jobsite with JCB’s Loadall 510-56 telehandler, which features a 56-foot maximum lifting height and a 10,000-pound lift capacity. The 114-horsepower engine is side-mounted at 90 degrees to the frame for easy access during servicing and maintenance. The Loadall has a larger cab than previous models, and features a plus pattern servo hydraulic control lever and rear-axle stabilization.
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