Spotlight on…Mast Lifts
What is a mast lift?
Mast lifts are vertical powered access platforms, similar to push around vertical lifts but with the added benefit that the batteries which operate the vertical lift function also provide the ability to drive the machine in all directions.
Key Features include
- Drivable when fully elevated
- Proportional lift drive controls
- Zero inside turning radius
- Spring applied hydraulically released brake system
- Easy to service
- Low maintenance, energy efficient, and environmentally friendly
- Lightweight design for transport in freight elevators
- Compact dimensions and precise control system allow for excellent maneuverability around tight spaces
The benefits of mast lifts
Access to narrow, confined areas
One of the biggest benefits to using a vertical mast lift is that it allows you to access tight, confined spaces. Easy to manoeuvre around aisles, machinery and storage units easily.
When not being used, vertical mast lifts are very compact and can be stored easily. In addition, they are very lightweight which makes them easy to manoeuvre, transport, and store.
Mast lifts have compact chassis enabling them to be versatile working indoors and out. They are highly maneuverable, making them ideal for operation in restricted spaces typically encountered in offices, retail stores, hotels, public buildings or crowded industrial aisles where a traditional scissor or boom lift is unable to work.
All mast lifts are powered electrically, which helps when working indoors and in tight narrow spaces thanks to zero emissions.
JMS has invested in mast lifts to meet the ever-growing needs of their customers who need reliable machines that can increase productivity on worksites.
JMS can provide IPAF training courses for all powered access platforms.
The course recommended for this machine is: Mobile Vertical (3a)