Reaching New Heights

Dur-A-Lift DPM-36 2-PersonTelescopic articulating aerial lifts are available in either personnel- or material-handling designs with working heights up to 57-feet. The DPM-36/40/47/52DP with a two-person basket will simplify any job that previously required two separate single-person aerial lifts. The DPM models also feature compartment and ground level access from the basket.

STANDARD FEATURES

  • Proportional controls
  • Lower override controls
  • Engine start/stop from the basket
  • Basket access from the ground
  • Compensated upper boom
  • Fiberglass extension boom category “C”
  • Hydraulic basket leveling

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Standard 24″ x 48″ basket
  • 180° basket rotator
  • 600-pound basket capacity

OPTIONS

  • Continuous rotation
  • Joystick and lockout controls
  • Outriggers
  • Basket liners
  • Fiberglass main and articulating booms
  • Tool circuits
  • DC backup
  • Basket covers

Click here to view a full brochure.

Dur-A-Lift logoDur-A-Lift, Inc.
877-4DURALIFT
www.dur-a-lift.com
sales@dur-a-lift.com

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