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Terex Hi Ranger LTM Series Aerial Lift

Terex Hi-Ranger LTM Series insulated, articulating, telescopic material handling aerial device, says the manufacturer, provides high reach in a compact design.

January 04, 2012

Terex Hi-Ranger LTM Series insulated, articulating, telescopic material handling aerial device, says the manufacturer, provides high reach in a compact design. With a working height of up to 44.5 feet, the LTM40 model has100 inches of upper boom extension for high reach capability. With a gross vehicle weight rating of 19,500 pounds, the LTM40 can be installed on a Class-4 chassis with 7,000-pound front axle; a CDL is not required to operate this utility vehicle. The lower boom travels -5 to 90 degrees, and the upper boom has a trajectory of -20 to 80 degrees. The LTM40 has a platform capacity up to 400 pounds, a horizontal reach of 30.7 feet, and offers up to 200 pounds jib capacity at full side reach.

 
 

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