Track Loader: Hydraulic Pilot Controls

The Gehl RT255 track loader has an operating capacity of 2,550 lb and boasts a bucket breakout force of 8,384 lb. Powered by a 74.3-hp Deutz four-stroke turbo engine, the loader meets Tier 4 Final emissions standards. Part of Gehl’s Pilot series, the track loader’s cab features hydraulic pilot joystick controls for finer control over the machine while reducing operator strain. Gehl, a Manitou brand;

Electric Scissor Lift: Narrow Width

The GS-4655 scissor lift has a maximum working height of 52 ft, or a maximum height of 34 ft when working outdoors. The lift has 4 ft of horizontal outreach when using the rolled-out deck extension, and boasts 25% gradability for easier travel up and down ramps. With a width of only 4 ft, 7 in., the electric lift can easily be transported around crowded jobsites and tight indoor areas. Genie, a Terex brand;

Self-Retracting Lifelines: High Capacity

Pure Safety has three new self-retracting lifelines with capacities ranging from 6 ft to 11 ft. The GR6 Tie-Back (seen at left) has a minimum fall distance of 6 ft and maximum deceleration distance of 2 ft. With an average arresting force of 1,350 lb, it has a double locking carabiner and durable housing. The GR11 SRL has a capacity of 11 ft, while the GR6 SRL has a capacity of 6 ft. Both lifelines have maximum arresting forces of 1,800 lb. Pure Safety Group;

Luffing Crane: Single or Two-Fall Configuration

The WOLFF 133 B hydraulic luffing crane operates in the 125-tm class and is intended as a replacement for the WOLFF 100 B model. It is available in two models. The 133.6 B has a maximum lifting capacity of 6 tonnes and a tip load capacity of 2.3 tonnes. The 8-ton-capacity 133.8 B has the trade-off of a tip load capacity of only 2.1 tonnes. The crane comes with a standard 25-meter jib that can be extended to 45 m in 5-m increments. Using the modular tower system, the crane can be erected to a freestanding height of up to 85 m. Like the WOLFF 166 B, the 133 B can be used in single or two-fall mode. WOLFFKRAN;

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