LGMG launches large capacity boom lift

By Euan Youdale16 August 2021

LGMG has expanded its range with a high capacity, large working platform telescopic boom lift.

The T22J has a working height of 23.8m, a horizontal outreach of 17.5m, and a 300kg unrestricted and 450kg restricted dual-capacity. It can accommodate three operators with the maximum load.

LGMG T22J LGMG’s new high capacity boom lift, the T22J

Equipped with a large platform of 2.44m in length and 0.9m width, the new model is designed to expand the working space of the operator, while the three-door design makes it more convenient for material handling.

The T22J is also equipped with a Euro V and T4F emission-compliant engine. Its engine speed is automatically controlled to reduce noise, reduce fuel consumption, and be more environmentally friendly.

Four-wheel drive, rough terrain tyres, oscillating axels and 45% climbing ability also come as standard, and the swing-out engine tray allows for easy maintenance and servicing. Furthermore, the components of the T22J have a high level of commonality with other LGMG boom lifts.

Using a CAN bus system, the electronic controls are made more reliable, says the manufacturer, and the diagnostics system provides fast fault information on the display screen, along with an alarm.

The T22J can also be equipped with a generator, glass panel holder, platform power supply, non-marking solid tyres, secondary guarding and telematics, among others. 

As LGMG adds, its latest launch complies with the new ANSI A92, European EN280, Australian AS 1418.10, EAC and JIS standards.

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