36' BOOM LIFT, TRAILER MOUNTED
+++ THIS LIFT CAN BE PICKED UP AT THE FRAMINGHAM LOCATION +++
+++ DELIVERY CAN BE ARRANGED BY EITHER STORE +++
This is a user-friendly, easy to use telescoping boom lift that offers a 30"x 48"platform. The boom lift can fit through a 6 foot opening (such as a fence or doorway) and has a 12' 2" x 11' 4" footprint with the outriggers down.
The 36' boom lift is a trailer mounted boom lift that provides up to a 43 foot 6 inch working height with a 32 foot outreach. The unit weighs 4,200 pounds.
The lift can be towed by a standard half-ton pickup truck using a 2" towing ball. Delivery is available.
The lift can be powered by it's internal battery pack or by plugging into a standard 110v outlet.
The self leveling feature allow set up to be complete in less than 30 seconds.
Maximum weight capacity is 450 pounds including all personnel, tools, equipment and supplies.
OSHA requires proper fall protection be used when using this lift which includes a fall harness and lanyard.
DO NOT USE IF SUSTAINED WIND +OR+ WIND GUSTS EXCEED 20 MPH
AS OF JUNE, 2020 ALL OPERATORS AND OCCUPANTS OF A BOOM OR SCISSOR LIFT MUST HAVE OSHA/ANSI COMPLIANT TRAINING COURSE TO BE IN A BOOM OR SCISSOR LIFT.
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO GET THE APPROPRIATE TRAINING, YOU MAY CLICK HERE AND ENTER 0177317 IN THE COUPON/ACCESS SECTION TO SAVE 10%
++ Specifications ++
Working height: 43' 6"
Platform height: 37' 6"
Horizontal outreach (from centerline): 32'
Horizontal outreach (from edge of footpad) 27'
Lift capacity 500 lbs.
Length, stowed 21' 11"
Width, stowed 5' 5"
Height, stowed 6' 6"
Platform Height: 43"
Ground Clearance: 9"
Platform size: 30" x 48"
Leveling capacity: 12 degrees
Outrigger footprint: 12' 2" x 11' 4"
Turntable operation: 360 degrees, continuous
Towing ball required: 2"
Tongue weight: 160 lbs
Tire size: ST 225/75 R15D
Batteries: 4 x 6V 245 Amp-hr
Weight 4200 lbs
* Please call us with any questions you may have about our 36 foot boom lift trailer mounted in Framingham & Hudson Massachusetts, serving MetroWest and Middlesex County since 1874.