LGMG North America’s new T72J rough-terrain, telescopic boom lift can reach up 72’ or out 57’ and has a restricted platform capacity of 992 lbs. Its unrestricted capacity is 661 lbs. and its 8’x3’ platform has room for three workers.
GFCI power to the platform comes standard, and the platform’s new three-door design makes getting in and out easy. It also makes it easy for users to load and unload material.
The environmentally friendly diesel engine complies with Tier 4F emission standards, and the throttle is controlled by the onboard system to automatically reduce noise and fuel consumption.
Like other LGMG telescopic boom lifts, the new T72J has 4x4 drive, rough-terrain tires, and oscillating axles. It can climb a 45% grade and can tackle the toughest conditions.
The swing-out engine tray makes maintenance easy and minimizes downtime. In addition, LGMG boom lifts share many common parts, to keep things simple and minimize spare parts inventories. Parts for the T72J will be available on SmartEquip when the boom lift becomes available in North America later this year or in early 2022.
The T72J’s CANbus system makes its electronic controls more reliable. It a problem occurs, the digital diagnostics system immediately displays fault-code information at the ground control panel and sounds an audible alarm.
Options include a generator, a glass panel holder, non-marking solid tires, secondary guarding, telematics, and many others.
The T72J complies with ANSI A92.20.