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MEC Titan Boom 40 S Telescoping Boom Aerial Platform

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.

March 01, 2010

MEC says its Titan Boom 40-S combines three machines into one: a telehandler, 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. The lift offers 2-wheel-steer, 4-wheel-steer and crab-steer modes for more maneuverability. Its platform rotates 180 degrees, and the unit can handle a material load of 3,000 pounds with up to 4 workers. Working height is 46 feet.

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