Products/Services for Tow Behind Boom Lifts

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    Boom Lifts - (125 companies)
    ...of movement around a construction site. Selecting boom lifts requires an analysis of product specifications and features. Working height, width, horizontal reach, and lift or load capacity are basic parameters to consider. Platform styles and power... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Forklifts - (682 companies)
    Forklifts are used to engage, lift and transfer palletized loads. They can be divided into eight numbered classes and categorized by drive type. This product area also includes fork trucks. Image Credit: STILL GmbH. Forklifts (fork lifts) are used... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Mowers - (62 companies)
    ...are more simple than cylinder designs and thus tend to cost less. They are also more versatile better suited for larger and more diverse (rough) terrain. Boom mowers utilize are blades or cutting mechanisms attached to or dragged behind the mower... Learn More
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    Lifts - (1781 companies)
    ...and lower personnel and loads in loading dock areas. Boom lifts - Boom lifts are designed for working in high places, such as ceiling welding, elevated wire installation and repair, etc. Lift Mechanisms. There are a number of mechanisms by which lifts... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Sprayers and Spray Coating Equipment-Image
    Sprayers and Spray Coating Equipment - (410 companies) direct the spray while the vehicles is stopped. Systems for airplanes, helicopters, flatbeds, dumptrucks, boom lifts, ATVs, and trailers have been developed. Spraying Safety. Exposure to spraying operations can be extremely hazardous, in part due... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Tugs, Tow Tractors, and Pushers - (85 companies)
    Tugs, Tow Tractors and Pushers Information. Tugs, tow tractors and pushers are used to move rolling items. They are wheeled, self-propelled, and capable of moving heavy loads. Specifications. Specifications for tugs, tow tractors and pushers include... Learn More
  • Dock Lifts - (113 companies) crucial. Important specifications when considering dock lifts are lift capacity, vertical lift travel, platform width, platform length, and actuation method. Lift capacity is the maximum force or load supported by the lift. Vertical lift travel describes... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Scissor Lifts - (224 companies)
    ...mounted. How to Select Scissor Lifts. Images credits: A Scissor Lifts; Complete Hydraulic; Presto Lifts. A scissor lift relies upon the elongation of a collapsile mechanism to provide vertical elevation in ratio to a rotational or linear input located... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Lift Tables - (417 companies) size, capacity, elevation, and actuation. This article does not chronicle articulated lifts, vehicle lifts, or dock lifts, but lists scissor lifts amongst its enclave. Lift Table Operation. Lift tables find occupation in many workshop and warehouse... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Vehicle Lifts - (64 companies)
    Vehicle Lifts Information. Vehicle lifts are used to lift and support vehicles for service or storage. They may be hydraulic, electric, or manually-actuated. Most devices require an operator to push a button. Hydraulic lifts are driven... Search by Specification | Learn More
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  • A System for the Application of Dispersants to the Problems of Oil Spill Clearance
    Before swinging the boom out to its operating position, horizontal and at right angles to the ship's centerline, a topping lift is fitted between the support mast top and what will be the outboard end of the spray boom, and two stays... The boom is finally located in position by the fore and aft stays from the outboard end to the ship's rail, and the breaker boards are launched to tow behind the rigged spray boom.
  • Scammell Crusader (6 × 4) recovery vehicle
    ...boom which houses an extending boom that carries a variety of attachments for support or suspend tow . ...with a maximum pulling capacity of 7,000 kg is mounted at the front behind the bumper. The main boom can lift 7,500 kg at a maximum distance of 2.6 m from the rear bogie centreline and the main winch exerts a maximum pull of 20,000 kg.
  • Advanced Marine Vehicles Conferences > A review of current technical knowledge necessary to develop large scale wing-in-surface effect craft
    ...and vertical references, to distances of about two and a half chord lengths behind the wing. m... A decade earlier (1967) Filipchenko and Shadrin, using a towing basin, tested a wing model of 5aspect... The model was placed ahead of the carriage on a boom 6 m long, and pitch, roll and lift were measured there on a 3- DOF force balance.
  • SIBMAS (6 × 6) armoured recovery vehicle
    It has a capacity of 10.5 tonnes at one metre and can lift loads of up to 3,000 kg at a radius of... ...5 m and 8,000 kg when used with the crane boom support for suspended towing operations. The other winch is used as an auxiliary and is mounted behind the main winch.
  • Wasp Inc
    ...Ackermann steering, towbar-activated front wheel parking brakes, and an E-type or pintle rear towing hitch. Power is provided by a petrol or diesel engine controlled from a tiller arm behind the unit. The variable speed belt has controls mounted either end of the boom . A rear conveyor lift is optional.
    A flat deck behind the driver's seat provides an area for additional equipment. The G�?4 which weighs 770kg and the longer G�?4XL weighing 860kg can both tow aircraft weighing up... It has a 4.23m boom . The maintenance lift operates between 0.25 and 1.83m, with a 113kg platform load capacity.
    A flat deck behind the driver's seat provides an area for additional equipment. The G�?4 which weighs 770kg and the longer G�?4XL weighing 860kg can both tow aircraft weighing up... It has a 4.23 metre boom . The maintenance lift operates between 0.25 and 1.83 metres, with a 113kg platform load capacity.
  • Hall-Scott: The Untold Story of a Great American Engine Maker
    The task of this impressive truck was to lift and pull tanks and other heavy vehicles in... To tow an immense disabled tank in unpredictable battle conditions, the M26 possessed three axles, all of... ...mounted to the front under the bumper and two mounted on the back behind the cab on... A folding wrecker boom resided inside the frame rails when not in use.
  • IEEE Guide for Cleaning Insulators
    The trailer can be towed behind an existing 10.6 m to 19.8 m (35 ft to 65 ft) aerial lift for distribution washing or an existing 27.4 m to 38.1 m (90 ft to 125 ft) lift for... Used with a boom of 9.1 m to 12.2 m (30 ft to 40 ft...
  • Chapter 9-Sorbent Belt Skimmers
    ...that at higher speeds oil is going by the skimmer, so selecting a tow speed for optimum... High ORR may be more important than losing some oil behind the skimmer. ...hand, the low TE could possibly be cor- rected by deploying a backup boom behind the skimmer. TABLE 9.2—Test of the MARCO sorbent lifting belt skimmer at OHMSETT 1977 [0-7].