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Vertical Lift Made for Congested Areas

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

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Lift-A-Loft Corp. has added a new aerial lift to its product portfolio.

The Vertex is a vertical mast lift that can elevate to 12 feet of platform height for a working height of 18 feet, the company says.

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Lift-A-Loft

The Vertex can support up to 500 pounds and its platform can rotate 90 degrees to either side, according to the company.

The unit can travel through a standard man door and can work in narrow aisles and congested environments. It has a 500-pound capacity.

Rotating Platform

According to Lift-A-Loft, the Vertex platform can rotate 90 degrees to either side to provide over 28 inches of side reach. The compact unit can drive at full elevation, even with the platform rotated to either side, the company says.

The Vertex features a maintenance-free mast design and reversible electric drive motors. The machine's functions are controlled by a CAN bus system and maneuvered with a multi-directional joystick.

According to the company, pre-production units are currently on order and full production is slated for this month.

About the Company

Lift-A-Loft Corp., headquartered in Muncie, IN, specializes in designing and engineering aerial lifts.

More information: www.liftaloft.com.

   

Tagged categories: Access; Equipment manufacturers; lift

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