LGMG to launch electric telescopic booms for international markets

The new electric booms cater for working heights of 21.8m to 29.8m and outreaches of 16.6m, 17m, 22.3m and 22.5m respectively

LGMG is set to launch four electric telescopic boom lifts for international markets, the company has announced. The T20JE, T22JE, T26JE and T28JE models, all of which are powered by lithium batteries offer large capacities, low noise and zero emissions. It follows the earlier release last month of the manufacturer’s H-series diesel-powered series.

The new electric booms also provide work heights of 21.8m to 29.8m and outreaches of 16.6m, 17m, 22.3m and 22.5m respectively. A variety of charging modes are available as standard, to meet the needs of fast and standard charging and to match different working conditions and facilities. The charging pile port is optional, while the models’ large capacity battery allows for 2-3 days of work, the firm said.

The models are also four-wheel drive with three steering modes: four-wheel steer, front-wheel steer, crab steer, and one-touch wheel alignment. The units have a floating oscillating axle and a maximum tilt angle of 5° tilt and 45% gradeability. This allows the wheels to grip the ground when passing hard uneven terrain. Accompanying all of this is an on-board diagnostic troubleshooting system.

Wang Yuling, Head of LGMG’s Overseas Application Engineering department, commented, “For our customers, low carbon and energy-saving electric equipment means more rental opportunities and lower operating costs. LGMG’s lithium battery telescopic boom lifts have been launched in China and are well recognised by customers. The launch of these four new models in overseas markets will fill the gap in LGMG’s electric telescopic boom product line in overseas markets, making LGMG’s product line more complete.”

In October 2020, the firm introduced its largest electric scissor lift offering, while in September 2021, Snorkel unveiled its first lithium powered rough-terrain boom. In May 2022, Niftylift introduced its own all-electric booms.

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