Leyman adds wedge platform to liftgates

Nov. 1, 2006
Leyman Lift Gates is offering a wedge platform on all LH and LLB heavy-duty Tuckunder-style liftgates. The LH Hide-A-Way available lifting capacity is

Leyman Lift Gates is offering a wedge platform on all LH and LLB heavy-duty Tuckunder-style liftgates.

The LH Hide-A-Way available lifting capacity is 1,850, 2,500, 3,000, and 3,500 pounds with a platform measuring 80 inches wide × 45 inches deep plus wedge platform. Designed for low floor applications, the LLB Hide-A-Way has an available lifting capacity of 1,850 and 2,500 pounds and a platform measuring 80 inches wide × 35 inches deep. The liftgate features greaseless bushings. Both the LH and LLB use a steel cabinet to protect the motor and pump from the elements.

Benefits on these liftgates include:

  • Chrome-plated pins

  • Pressure-compensated flow controls

  • Spring-assisted opening and closing of platform

  • Low psi due to larger cylinder surface

  • Pump and motor box can be unbolted and moved

  • Marine toggle switch (no linkage)

  • Platform extension to accommodate forklift usage

  • Power units have thermal protection on motor

  • Secondary platform has twice the amount of vertical supports for extra strength

  • Lifting arms are 1"-thick steel with cross bracing to give even more support when the load is not centered

  • Quick-mount kit for trailer installation (optional)

  • ICC Bumper is DOT-certified (optional)

E-mail Robyn Bentley at [email protected] for additional information.

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