Lull Telehandlers Combat Size Restrictions
A common problem encountered by operators of telehandlers is the restrictions in size of worksites. In addition to the small size of many worksites, it is likely that the worksite will also be littered with other modes of construction vehicles
. For example, there may be scaffolding
which further limits the size of the building site.
J and E Duff Inc., is a brick laying company in Chicago in the United States and it has been reported has been forced to deal with such issues. It has been reported that the company implements approximately 21 Lull telehanders within its fleet. It has also been reported that the range of Lull telehandlers owned by J and E Duff Inc. are of a range of lift capacities and maximum lift heights. For example, Lull telehandlers can have lift capacities which range form 6000 lbs to 10000 lbs, as well as having maximum lift capacities of up to 54 feet.
An example model of a telehandler
which works to function within small and restricted jobsites is the 944 E 42 Lull telehandler
. The 944 E 42 Lull telehandler possesses a tight turning radius which allows the Lull telehandler to easily move around within the restrictions of the jobsite.