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Electric Man Lifts - Lift, Personnel 20-25'
Manufacturer: 
Bil-Jax
Model: 
tomC.A.T. 24

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Specifications

Working Height: 29'8" (9.08m)

Platform Height: 23'8" 7.21m)

Platform Size: 26" x 26" (.66m x .66m)

Width: 35" (.89m)

Outrigger Footprint: N/A

Capacity: 350lbs (159kg) 1 person max

Electric man lifts also referred to as one man vertical lifts are easy to transport and are easily maneuvered and will fit through a standard 36” door. The battery operated vertical lifts provide an economical solution for many jobs. These units range in height from 15’ to 41’ and platform capacities up to 350lbs. We understand, your job is important to us. You have a deadline, no matter how difficult the job or what the conditions are, your job must be completed on time and BlueLine Rental will be there. At BlueLine Rental, we work for you!

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