boom lift

180-Ft. Genie Boom Lift Helps Erect Observation Wheel with View of Washington, D.C.

Date: 02-05-2014 / Author: mlarson
Genie SX-180 boom lift, powered access
Genie SX-180 telescopic boom lift
Genie SX-180 180-ft. boom lift

Cianbro Construction routinely handles projects that are a bit out of the ordinary.

In the past, the company has done everything from construction of floating offshore wind turbines, to installing 230 miles of electrical transmission lines and the replacement of thrusters on a massive oil-drilling ship. So when the search was on for a contractor to erect an observation wheel near Washington, D.C., Cianbro led the list.

But the project’s logistical challenges—for example, working at the end of a long, narrow pier—taxed even Cianbro’s specialized equipment inventory.

H-Fang Offers Slewing Rings for Powered Access Equipment

Date: 08-04-2014 / Author: kparrish
powered access

H-Fang announces it offers slewing drives for powered access lifts. Based on a relationship with a key aerial work platform manufacturer, the company has expanded its slewing drive designs to meet the needs of these machines. The company has introduced multiple transmission modes for aerial lift manufacturers, including slewing ring with pinion transmission, worm drive transmission, and WG Series double transmissions. These products can be customized for specific machines and are available worldwide.  

In this SAF-T Conference webinar, Scott Owyen, Training Manager, Global Marketing for Genie, takes a realistic look at aerial work platform training requirements and the challenges of providing high-quality aerial lift operator training in an extremely diverse culture.

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