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Sumner Manufacturing Co. Inc.: Mechanical Contractor Lift

April 2, 2012
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mechanical liftExtending upon the 2412 Contractor Lift, the 2416 Contractor Lift for mechanical contractors adds an extra mast and stabilizer legs, enabling users to lift more weight higher. It is designed to quickly and easily move loads of 450 pounds (200 kg) up to 17 feet (5.1 m) vertically with forks reversed. It easily fits in most vans, SUVs, and truck beds. The lift has an inside-mast cable feed to keep cable out of the operator’s face, and pulley guards that prevent load cables from coming off during transport. The 2416 offers a reversible fork that can be fitted with optional fork extensions, pipe cradles, or a 24- by 28-inch steel tray. The 2416 features a double handle at the top of the lift for easy maneuverability and casters that swivel independently for multidirectional positioning. Winch handles are detachable and wheels are positioned behind the winch assembly and at the bottom of the unit to enable laying the lift down and easily wheeling it into a vehicle. Both lift legs and stabilizer legs reposition and lock into place for compact storage. Plunger pins are used with the front leg lock mechanisms and forks, eliminating extra hardware that can easily be lost. Lockable front casters keep the lift stationary while in use.

Sumner Manufacturing Co. Inc.
281-999-6900
www.sumner.com

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