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  • Sales Questions and Answers
    a short lanyard is worn when using a self propelled boom as this prevents operators falling out of or being thrown from the basket and also aids rescue The International Powered Access Federation s IPAF official statement on wearing harnesses in boom type platforms is as follows When working from a boom type Mobile Elevating Work Platform MEWP it is strongly recommended that a full body harness with an adjustable lanyard be used to provide work restraint The lanyard should be adjusted to be as short as possible and may contain an energy absorbing device We strongly recommend the use of ZT Zero Trauma full body harnesses For more information http ztsafetysystems com or call 0844 573 4899 See more buying questions and answers Access platforms for sale Contact us Name Telephone E mail Message Check Sales FAQs New Machines for Sale Machines from manufacturers including Haulotte Power Tower Nifty Skyjack Ascendant Genie JLG Versalift Bronto Multitel Wumag Easylift Skyking GSR Teupen Falck Schmidt CMC Pop up Hy brid Snorkel Hinowa Denka and many more Contact the Sales team Visit our SafetyShop We stock a wide range of safety equipment from safety harnesses to security fencing all at competitive prices

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    manufacturers including Haulotte Power Tower Nifty Skyjack Ascendant Genie JLG Versalift Bronto Multitel Wumag Easylift Skyking GSR Teupen Falck Schmidt CMC Pop up Hy brid Snorkel Hinowa Denka and many more Contact the Sales team Visit our SafetyShop We stock a wide range of safety equipment from safety harnesses to security fencing all at competitive prices Visit the SafetyShop Contact the Sales team We are here to offer guidance and

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    2013 such as foot pedals A secondary guard is a safety system which has been fitted to a self propelled boom in addition to these standards The two main types physical barriers and pressure sensing devices are designed to further prevent the risk of entrapment whilst operating self propelled booms Many manufacturers are now fitting secondary guards as standard on their machines See more buying questions and answers Access platforms for sale Contact us Name Telephone E mail Message Check Sales FAQs New Machines for Sale Machines from manufacturers including Haulotte Power Tower Nifty Skyjack Ascendant Genie JLG Versalift Bronto Multitel Wumag Easylift Skyking GSR Teupen Falck Schmidt CMC Pop up Hy brid Snorkel Hinowa Denka and many more Contact the Sales team Visit our SafetyShop We stock a wide range of safety equipment from safety harnesses to security fencing all at competitive prices Visit the SafetyShop Contact the Sales team We are here to offer guidance and advice please contact us with any of your enquiries Russell Woodward on 44 0 1444 88 09 13 or email us at sales facelift co uk Contact the Sales team FREE Safety Guide Download a FREE copy of our New MEWPs Operators

    Original URL path: http://www.facelift.co.uk/sales/faq/what-is-a-secondary-guard (2016-02-13)
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    Ascendant Genie JLG Versalift Bronto Multitel Wumag Easylift Skyking GSR Teupen Falck Schmidt CMC Pop up Hy brid Snorkel Hinowa Denka and many more Contact the Sales team Visit our SafetyShop We stock a wide range of safety equipment from safety harnesses to security fencing all at competitive prices Visit the SafetyShop Contact the Sales team We are here to offer guidance and advice please contact us with any of

    Original URL path: http://www.facelift.co.uk/sales/faq/what-drive-options-are-available-on-self-propelled-booms (2016-02-13)
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    fitted with foam filled tyres as standard Bi fuel or electric machines intended for internal and external applications will often have solid rubber tyres fitted Air filled tyres are also available but are not often used due to the nature of the work and terrain that self propelled booms carry out See more buying questions and answers Access platforms for sale Contact us Name Telephone E mail Message Check Sales FAQs New Machines for Sale Machines from manufacturers including Haulotte Power Tower Nifty Skyjack Ascendant Genie JLG Versalift Bronto Multitel Wumag Easylift Skyking GSR Teupen Falck Schmidt CMC Pop up Hy brid Snorkel Hinowa Denka and many more Contact the Sales team Visit our SafetyShop We stock a wide range of safety equipment from safety harnesses to security fencing all at competitive prices Visit the SafetyShop Contact the Sales team We are here to offer guidance and advice please contact us with any of your enquiries Russell Woodward on 44 0 1444 88 09 13 or email us at sales facelift co uk Contact the Sales team FREE Safety Guide Download a FREE copy of our New MEWPs Operators Safety Guide Latest News Contract Hire Machine Servicing Team Highway Structure

    Original URL path: http://www.facelift.co.uk/sales/faq/what-tyres-can-be-used-on-on-self-propelled-booms (2016-02-13)
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    Check Sales FAQs New Machines for Sale Machines from manufacturers including Haulotte Power Tower Nifty Skyjack Ascendant Genie JLG Versalift Bronto Multitel Wumag Easylift Skyking GSR Teupen Falck Schmidt CMC Pop up Hy brid Snorkel Hinowa Denka and many more Contact the Sales team Visit our SafetyShop We stock a wide range of safety equipment from safety harnesses to security fencing all at competitive prices Visit the SafetyShop Contact the

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    Sales FAQs New Machines for Sale Machines from manufacturers including Haulotte Power Tower Nifty Skyjack Ascendant Genie JLG Versalift Bronto Multitel Wumag Easylift Skyking GSR Teupen Falck Schmidt CMC Pop up Hy brid Snorkel Hinowa Denka and many more Contact the Sales team Visit our SafetyShop We stock a wide range of safety equipment from safety harnesses to security fencing all at competitive prices Visit the SafetyShop Contact the Sales

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    forming a straight boom For this reason they are also commonly known as straight sticks and can offer large working heights and horizontal outreach Articulated booms have a minimum of one hinged joint or knuckle enabling the boom to bend This increases manoeuvrability and creates the ability to have up and over clearance See more buying questions and answers Access platforms for sale Contact us Name Telephone E mail Message Check Sales FAQs New Machines for Sale Machines from manufacturers including Haulotte Power Tower Nifty Skyjack Ascendant Genie JLG Versalift Bronto Multitel Wumag Easylift Skyking GSR Teupen Falck Schmidt CMC Pop up Hy brid Snorkel Hinowa Denka and many more Contact the Sales team Visit our SafetyShop We stock a wide range of safety equipment from safety harnesses to security fencing all at competitive prices Visit the SafetyShop Contact the Sales team We are here to offer guidance and advice please contact us with any of your enquiries Russell Woodward on 44 0 1444 88 09 13 or email us at sales facelift co uk Contact the Sales team FREE Safety Guide Download a FREE copy of our New MEWPs Operators Safety Guide Latest News Contract Hire Machine Servicing Team

    Original URL path: http://www.facelift.co.uk/sales/faq/what-is-the-difference-between-an-articulated-and-telescopic-boom (2016-02-13)
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