For the second year, MEC Aerial Work Platforms, Kerman, Calif., is going on a road trip, and this year the MEC RoadShow will feature the 3084RT Speed Level, the 37-foot 3772ES and 26-foot 2633ES electric rough-terrain scissor lifts, and the new, unique Titan Boom 40-S ultra-deck boom lift. This boom lift features the 4,000-pound capacity, the work area of an ultra-deck scissor lift, and the reach and rotation of a boom lift.
According to MEC, this mega machine will revolutionize work sites. Instead of using a telehandler to deliver pallets of concrete blacks to a scaffold, the Titan Boom’s guardrails slide back, the load is placed in the loading zone on the 22-foot long, 90-inch wide platform deck, and up to four workers and their tools can climb on deck. Workers can then boom and rotate the platform exactly to the work area. Ideal users of the Titan Boom include glaziers, pipe fitters, steel structure workers, fire sprinkler installers, tilt-up contractors, masons, dry-wallers, cladders, and more.
The MEC Titan Boom features three steering modes (two-wheel, four-wheel, and crab steer), automatic platform leveling, smooth proportional controls, and 180° platform rotation. The machine has a platform height of 40 feet and is powered by a Kubota turbo diesel engine. Twelve lanyard attachment points enhance safety. On-board diagnostics also allow for easy troubleshooting in the field.