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Elliott Equipment Introduces Two New Aerial Work Platforms

M87 and L65 announced during ISA Sign Expo.





Elliott Equipment Co. (Omaha, NE) has announced a pair of new HiReach material-handling aerial work platforms, the M87 and the L65.

Per the company, the M87 can mount on a 25,999 lb. GVWR chassis, allowing the machine to be driven by operators without a CDL. In addition, the M87 can be equipped with material handling at both the main boom and in the platform, increasing the flexibility of the machine.

The L65 has been engineered as a replacement for Elliott’s L60, again, according to the company. It is designed to reduce weight, increase reach and lifting capacity, and improve serviceability over the outgoing L60. The L65 also has a smaller carbon footprint than the L60.

M87 features include the following:

  • 87-ft. working height
  • 77-ft. working side reach
  • 2,000 lb. main boom material handling capacity
  • 600 lb. platform capacity
  • Stow & Go platform jib with unrestricted 500 lb. capacity
  • Dynasmooth electric over hydraulic remote controls
  • 180° platform rotation
  • QuickClip internal cable carrier improves serviceability
  • ANSI A92.2 aerial work platform in all modes of operation
  • Backed by lifetime structural warranty

L65 features include the following:

  • 65-ft. working height — 3% increase
  • 59-ft. side reach — 5% increase
  • 600 lb. platform capacity — 20% increase
  • Over 3,300 lbs. of toolbox capacity on non-CDL chassis — 55% increase
  • 5,900 lb. main boom lift capacity (63% increase at full extension)
  • User choice of single-stick or three-stick remote controls
  • 160° platform rotation — 78% increase
  • Stow & Go platform jib with unrestricted 500 lb. capacity
  • Bluetooth remote diagnostics improve serviceability and reduce downtime
  • Short-jack capability with one side vertical outrigger deployment for confined spaces
  • Low profile bed with three step bumper improves access
  • Integrated tie down rails and toolbox installation improve flexibility
  • Four plate boom design reduces deflection
  • Lower control station with phone charger
  • Rounded cable carrier reduces chafing and improves serviceability
  • 33% fewer hydraulic fittings reduce potential leaks
  • Automotive grade electrical harnesses
  • Heavy duty worm gear for leveling and rotation
  • Reverse mount leveling cylinder increases performance
  • Controls auto slow approaching offside lockout
  • Manifold at upper controls improves serviceability
  • ANSI A92.2 compliant in all modes of operation
  • Backed by lifetime structural warranty

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