At World of Concrete, MEC Aerial Work Platforms, Selma, Calif., unveiled its tallest scissor lift and first Speed Level sigma lift—two of the company’s previously announced special application product offerings. Models include the Ultra-Deck 5492RT scissor lift and 3084RT Speed Level sigma lift.
The 54-foot 5492RT rough-terrain scissor lift features four-wheel drive and a lift capacity of 1,500 pounds. With the optional Super Deck, the platform length reaches 25’6”—adding 40 inches the deck for applications requiring a long work area. Other features include optional dual slide-out deck extensions, 50% gradeability, an oscillating axle, and automatic leveling outriggers. Dual fuel and diesel engine options are available. Additionally, MEC will offer a 44-foot 4492RT scissor lift with the Super Deck option.
MEC also has introduced the Speed Level sigma lift series, including the 2684RT and 3084RT rough-terrain platforms and 2684ES and 3084ES electric aerial work platforms. The Speed Level sigma lift series provides quick platform leveling without the use of outriggers. The platform and support structure level up to 14° side to side and 10° forward and rearward, with the operator’s choice of automatic or manual leveling.
The 3084RT offers a platform height of 30 feet, a lift capacity of 1,500 pounds, optional four-wheel drive, and a standard oscillating axle for a solid 45% gradeability. Power choices include dual fuel, diesel, or electric. The series allows operators to drive elevated on a firm planar slope in applications such as tunnels with camber, auditoriums, and steep aprons around buildings.