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Work Access Platform Lifts Application Guide

September 19, 2013

Safety is the prime purpose of all work access lifts. They are designed to move production personnel, their tools and materials to ergonomically sound work positions to enhance both worker safety and efficiency.

Production tasks are broadly varied and may include welding, painting, assembly, fabrication, inspection and maintenance. Because each application is unique to the task being performed and the object being worked on, each lift must be custom designed to the specific application.

This guide is designed to help you organize and prioritize your requirements so they may be resolved into appropriate specifications for your work access lift.

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