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JLG Articulated Manlifts

JLG Articulated Manlifts

The popular manlift work machine could be found in both engine-powered models and electric models. These specific machines can carry out a variety of tasks and functions depending upon their requirements and the industry. There are a variety of lifts offered for small spaces. These specifically engineered equipment could extend 21 feet and rise 36 feet. There are outdoor lifts available on the market which provide a 69-foot horizontal reach and rise more than 140 feet.

The electric man lift is another popular kind of lifts. Electric models are utilized almost exclusively inside and on smooth surface flooring. Normally these have a slim body style so as to allow access into narrow areas. The engine-powered man lifts usually operate on propane, gas, or diesel. These models are mainly utilized for heavier applications and for outdoor jobsites.

Electric man lifts work excellently inside. They are a great choice for warehouses etc. since they come in sizes small enough to fit easily into tight spaces, maneuver through standard doorways, can traverse around blockages and barriers and do not pollute the air. They normally help to maximize space on high shelving units and could reach overhead work areas with ease. Certain units of electric lifts could execute targeted and extremely precise maneuvers by using a rotating platform. The electric drive uses rechargeable batteries that typically could be recharged overnight. Numerous companies buy extra batteries so that downtime is minimized and there can be an extra battery charging at all times to be switched out immediately when needed.

Engine-powered articulating lifts can be engineered for various types of terrain. Some models are equipped with legs in order to hoist the body of the lift off its wheels in an effort to create a highly secure and steady platform. Different other units are specially engineered for uneven and rough ground. Most of these lifts are capable of handling 500 lbs. In certain cases, several models could raise a 600 lb. cargo. This unit could articulate 69 feet out in any direction and reach over 140 feet high. The booms are responsible for transporting a worker to a work location. Once there, the operator could maneuver the equipment to have it work over or under a specific area. Man lifts designs are as varied and broad as their applications.

On the market, there is an extensive range of articulating lifts. These lifts are designed to meet the needs of every application, situation and circumstances. One company builds lifts especially for hazardous environments including grain-processing plants, petro-chemical plants and underground tunnels. These kinds of lifts are perfect for working in environments where there is a risk of dust or explosive gases during extraordinary or ordinary operations.

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