Aerial Work Platform (AWP) - SINGLE MAST
An aerial work platform is a device used to provide
temporary access for people or equipment to inaccessible
areas, usually at height. They are generally used
for temporary, flexible access purposes such as
maintenance and construction work or by firefighters
for emergency access.
Indoor and Outdoor Lighting Maintenance, Renovation
Work, Painting Applications, Industrial, HVAC
Installation and Acoustical and many more uses.
- Each lift is mounted on four heavy casters.
- All machines feature dual, high strength
chain for lifting.
- Emergency down valve on base of unit in case
of any electric failure.
- Continuous top guard rail on cage for added
- Adjustable outriggers, with no-marring pads,
are self- storing and easy to use
- Rolls through standard doorway and Elevators
- Choice of power Options : AC and DC
- Shipped complete and ready for immediate
- Hydraulic Cylinders shall be fitted with
Hose Break Value for safety in unlikely event
of a burst or cut hose.
- Limit switch provided for maximum height
cut off as safety.
- Stabilizers / Outriggers ensure 4 point ground
- Level Gauge is provided. With the help of
the level gauge outriggers are leveled to ensure
that the equipment is not inclined to any side.
- Single/Twin sets of chains for every mast
extensions ensure additional safety.
- Neat and secure electric cable arrangement
ensures safe cable travel during lifting and
- In case of battery supply Battery is mounted
on platform base. Battery shall be in fixed
position and is detachable.
- Dual Control Panels is fitted one on chasis
and one on platform.
Lift functional of AWP is controlled by an operator,
who can be situated either on the work platform
itself, or at a control panel at the base of the
Controls vary by model, but are generally buttons.
The type and complexity of these will depend on
the functions the platform is able to perform.
The controls can control features such as : UP,
DOWN and STOP.
AERIAL WORK PLATFORM - SINGLE MAST
AWP – SM6
AWP – SM8
AWP – SM10
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- How are you doing your high-reach jobs
- Exactly what jobs you need to perform?
- How many people you need to lift at one
- How high do you need to reach?
- How will you transport the lift: Trailer?
Pick up Truck? Fork Lift?
- Will the lift always stay at one location?
- Will you be moving the lift over uneven
surfaces? Indoor or Outdoor?
- Will you need leveling capability?
- How narrow or wide are your access areas?
- Will you need AC or DC power source?
- Will you need to work over immovable objects?
(like auditorium seats)
- Will you need to go through standard doorway?