Dragon launches new lifters

United Kingdom-based manufacturer Dragon Equipment has introduced two new compact lifters to its product range. The LF750 and LF1000 offer lifting maximum capacities of 750 and 1,000 kg respectively and are available with a choice of three power options.

Dragon Equipment's LF750 lifter At 700 mm wide the LF750 lifter can fit through a standard UK doorway and can be loaded onto most trailers

United Kingdom-based manufacturer Dragon Equipment has introduced two new compact lifters to its product range. The LF750 and LF1000 offer lifting maximum capacities of 750 and 1,000 kg (1,653 to 2,204 lb) respectively and are available with a choice of three power options.

In addition to a hybrid drive option, the models can be equipped with a Briggs & Stratton Vanguard 400 14HP petrol engine or a Hatz 1B50 diesel engine.

Built in the UK for smaller demolition and construction projects, the lifters have been designed make moving materials such as logs, bags and slab pallets “quicker, easier and safer” and are available with a range of attachments that include a log grab or post hole borer.

At 700 mm (27 in) wide the LF750 can fit through a standard UK doorway, while the LF1000 has a width of 840 mm (33 in) and is said to be suitable for access-restricted jobs. Both machines have a front stability foot that doubles-up as a load stabiliser when tracking and a raised platform for the operator to stand on. According to Dragon this provides operators with optimum visibility.

With weights of less than 630 kg (1,410 lb), Dragon said the models can fit inside most trailers or vans for easy transport to jobsites.

Demolition & Recycling International Buyers Guide For more details about this and other demolition and recycling equipment go to the new D&Ri Buyers Guide website.
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