MEC Titan Boom 60-S Telescopic Lift in Full Production | Daily Construction News

In addition to its previously announced Crossover 4069ERT, MEC showed it first full production Titan Boom 60-S Ultra-Deck self-propelled boom lift at The Rental Show. The 60-ft. telescopic lift has a 3,000-lb. platform capacity on its 22' x 90" deck. At the show, the machine was parked next to a Speed Level Sigma Lift painted in safety yellow, which was one of several units headed to Europe for a tunneling project.

 

Built on a telehandler-like chassis, the Titan Boom 60-S telescopic lift has two-wheel, four-wheel, and crab steering, and frame leveling up to 10 degrees each side. The platform rotates 180 degrees and telescopes in an out to enable the operator to get in close to the work area. Dual-sliding centered side rails make for fast material loading onto the platform's load zone. Other key features are 40% gradeability and outriggers to stabilize the lift on heavy-duty job sites. A 100-hp Kubota turbo diesel engine powers the Titan 60-S.

 

For serviceability, two swing-out doors provide access to components. An on-board diagnostics center and logically grouped components and numbered wiring provides easy reference and reading of fault codes.

 

On the platform, the controls feature a three-joystick interface with fully proportional, multi-function controls. What MEC calls the Workshop in the Sky, the Titan Boom 60-S offers stainless steel wire rope lanyard anchors for full platform mobility, a moveable control station, dual 110V power outlets, D-rings for securing material loads, a 78-in. gate opening for material loading, and receiver pockets for interchangeable platform options. Options include a 3kW A/C generator, a 12 kVA welder-ready three-phase generator, an air line, and auxiliary hydraulic circuit.

 

Optional platform accessories, which are expected to be available on the popular 5492RT scissor lift, include the pipe cradle, glazier rack, cladding rack, glazier side attachments, pipe rack, work bench, sheet material rack, and platform canopy.