MEC says its Titan Boom 40-S combines three machines into one: a telehandledler, with its 4,000-pound capacity; a scissor lift, with a work area of 22 feet x 90 inches; and a boom lift, thanks to long reach and rotation capability.
MEC Aerial Work Platforms unveiled its highest working-height scissor lift – the Ultra-Deck 5492RT – and its first Speed Level sigma lift – the 3084RT – at World of Concrete.
The 91 Series, MEC’s new large-deck all-electric rough terrain scissor lifts, boasts working heights of up to 47 feet and gradeability of up to 40 percent.
The seven models in the new MEC RT-Series of scissors lifts range in platform height from 30 to 41 feet and feature fully proportional drive and lift controls. The robust design of these units, says MEC, includes the company's use of wide beams and large pins, in self-lubricating bearings, to create large load-bearing surfaces in scissor-pivot areas.