MLE Develops Low-Emissions Lifts

Cudahy, Wis.-based Man & Material Lift Engineering has developed two new lifts for low-emissions environments.

The Z6034E has a platform height of 60’4” with a working height of 66’4” and also has a 6-foot jib boom. With a 3’x8’ platform size, the Z6034E has a lifting capacity of 500 pounds and has a horizontal reach of 36’3.” The platform is self leveling.

The Z6034E lift also has a 600 amp-hour battery, an on-board charger and fully proportional controls.

The T60MH-2000 high-capacity man lift has a platform capacity of 2,000 pounds. The machine can be configured to include winches for lifting up to 1,000 pounds. It can also include forklift style forks for lifting up to 2,000 pounds. This machine can do the work of a man lift, a rough terrain forklift and a crane. This machine is ideal for iron workers, crane operators and general construction. It also comes with an optional 7,500-watt generator and welder package.

The T60MH-2000 has a working height of 66 feet and a horizontal reach of 46 feet. The machine has an 80-hpp engine and a fuel tank capacity of 35 gallons.

Man & Material Lift Engineering specializes in explosion-proof lifts, custom lifts, aerials for the aerospace industry, high-capacity aerial lifts, insulated lifts and engineering consulting.