MLE debuts new boom and scissor lifts

By Lindsey Anderson02 June 2010

MLE has also taken wraps off its new Omni-drive scissor lifts, which provide movement in all directi

MLE has also taken wraps off its new Omni-drive scissor lifts, which provide movement in all directions, as well as machine rotation around its center point.

Man & Material Lift Engineering (MLE) has developed a MSHA compliant boom lift designed for coal mine use. The lift has a 25-foot platform height and its 48-inch by 96-inch platform has a 2,000-pound capacity.

The unit has standard features of uneven terrain oscillating axle, foam-filled tires, hydrostatic drive and a 20-foot horizontal reach. The T25MH-2000 is in accordance with MSHA 30 CFR 75.1909 and MSHA 30 CFR 75.1910 guidelines. Features include ANSULA101 fire suppression system, pendant control for drive and steering and MSHA-approved Kubota V2403 66hp engine.

MLE has also taken wraps off its new Omni-drive scissor lifts, which provide movement in all directions, as well as machine rotation around its center point.

Four models are offered from MLE with platform heights ranging from 20 to 41 feet and platform capacities of 700 to 1,500 pounds. The units also have standard Omni-drive motion, swivel and standard drive modes. Stowed, the Omni lifts range from 81 to 114 inches tall. Models include: the 2059 Omni, 2659 Omni, 3259 Omni and 4188 Omni.

MLE also offers explosion proofing, 100,000 clean room and 10,000 clean room compatibilities and a bump system as available options.

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