Terex Manlift Specifications
Based in Westport, Connecticut, Terex specializes in manufacturing construction equipment. They make machinery like boom lifts, aerial lifts and manlifts. These machinery are designed to facilitate access to areas which are difficult to reach, buildings and roofs, large equipment, amongst other things. A manlift, as defined by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration or also called OSHA refers to a power-driven endless belt. This belt moves just in one direction and includes handholds or platforms or steps that are connected to the unit in order to move personnel from each floor.
Terex's TB85 man lift provides a max working height at 91 feet. The max height of the platform reaches 85 feet, whilst the model's maximum width is 8.5 feet. The TB85 has dimensions measuring 9 inches wide and 9 feet, 1-inch high by 36 feet. This model offers a reach of seventy feet. The TB85 has a boom angle below horizontal measures at -14 degrees and above horizontal measuring 75 degrees.
The Terex TB100's maximum working height is 106 feet and the maximum height of the platform is 100 feet. When the TB100 is stowed it is 8 feet, 1 1/2 inches wide by 9 feet high by 8 feet. The maximum width of the unit is 8 feet, 1 1/2 inches. The boom angle below horizontal is -14 degrees and above horizontal is 75 degrees. The horizontal reach measures at 67 feet, 4 inches.
The TB110 has a maximum platform height of 100 feet and the unit's maximum working height overall reaches 116 feet. When stowed, this model is 8 feet wide x 9 feet, 4 inches high. The TB110 offers a horizontal reach of 67 feet and a maximum width of 8 feet. This model has a boom angle of 75 degrees above horizontal plus ten degrees articulating. It measures -105 degrees articulating and below horizontal it is -14 degrees.