LGMG expands vertical mast range

By Leila Steed02 November 2022

The M0407TE vertical mast on show at Bauma 2022. The M0407TE vertical mast on show at Bauma 2022. (Photo: LGMG)

LGMG has revealed two new zero-emission vertical masts, debuting the models to the European construction industry at last week’s Bauma event in Germany.

The company’s M0810JE and M0407TE models, which offer platform heights of 8m and 3.7m respectively, are described as being eco-friendly and are equipped with electric drives that are said to provide “longer working hours” than comparable machines.

Speaking of the new models, LGMG said, “The unique design of the vertical mast means that compared to scissors, it has more advantages in operational convenience and will be very competitive in the market in the future.”

The M0810JE, which has an ‘up and over’ 3.2m jib with a horizontal outreach of 3.2m, offers a width of just 1m and a stowed length of 2.6m for easy transport. 

One of LGMG's new vertical masts Both of the new vertical masts have been designed for easy operation and low maintenance. (Photo: LGMG)

The vertical mast has a platform capacity of 200kg and is suitable for use both indoors and outside.

According to LGMG, the model is highly manoeuvrable in tight spaces both indoors and outside, and is easy to operate. 

Compared to the M0810JE, the M0407TE has been designed for low working heights and offers a platform height of 3.7m.

The model incorporates a narrow chassis that gives it a width of 0.76m, with a length of 1.36m and a height a 1.69m that enables it fit through doorways and to be easily transported.

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