A Clear View of the Job Site
The cab in the telescopic lift truck is the domain of the operator. It is the place where they get everything done. Lull Telescopic Lift trucks considered this very fact when designing their equipment. They used side-mounted engine to be able to enhance the operator's visibility in order to enable easier access. Easy to read gauges, along with cab-mounted controls enable you know precisely where you should be and what you are doing. The proportional joystick offers more accurate boom placement. Being able to work in comfort from the driver's seat is among the main goals of the company.
The Power to Hit Your Mark All The Time
When your particular needs require you to place cargo exactly where they need to be, there is just one machinery suitable for you. Lull machines can move a cargo 80 inches horizontally, at full height. Their machines can raise up to 4000 pounds of block, brick or steel up to 54 feet. The precision load placement system along with the proportional joystick controls allows the operator to place loads faster and more accurately as the operator is in control.
The horizontal load placement system works by moving the back of the chassis forward. This makes it easier to load material onto other work places and scaffolding in an accurate manner. Complex driving and maneuvering is no longer needed because of the Lull telehandlers' unique ability.
Special fork-mounted work platforms and material carriages are a few of many unique attachments which can add to jobsite versatility of the machine.
The boom design is built for durability and strength using high strength steel making it able to handle every heavy cargo.
The proportional controls offer the operator more control because the movement of the joystick directly corresponds with the boom action.
Horizontal Placement System
While at full height, the traversing carriage enables you to transport a whole load 80 inches horizontally.