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MEC Rough Terrain Scissor Lifts

MEC Rough Terrain Scissor Lifts

Negative Effects of Using Scissor Lifts
Scissor lifts are a kind of "mobile scaffolding", with a wheel-mounted machinery that gives power to a work platform which moves up and down. The lift could be powered by electricity, propane, diesel or gas. Scissor lifts are characterized by various scissor-like joints that lift the machine by collapsing and expanding. Many safety features are built into scissor lifts nowadays, particularly models that are newer. Like with any safety features, they might not be able to guarantee safety and several features could sometimes malfunction or they could be overridden by operators manually.

Accidental Elevation
Normally, construction workers utilize scissor lifts to work on ceilings or on higher aspects of the jobsite. The workers will need to lift the platforms just to right below ceiling level. The problem with accidental elevation could happen if the workers accidentally bump into the elevation controls when working. In the ceiling scenario, the controls could be activated accidentally and the platform could rise up and accidentally crush them into the ceiling.

Electrocution
Workers need to be extremely careful, making sure they are fully aware of their environment. This would ensure they don't accidentally electrocute themselves. If, for instance, an operator accidentally touches or makes direct contact with an induction field or an electrical conductor, tragic consequences can happen.

Lateral Loads
While operating a scissor lift, it is vital to be familiar with the loading limitations in the handbook of your scissor lift. Really terrible consequences could happen if the platform is mis-loaded. A lateral-load is among the potential issues that can take place if the whole lift overturns. This situation takes place when a heavy tool or material like for instance a concrete slab which hangs over the scissor lift platform's side, causing the whole machine to become unbalanced immediately and really prone to dangerously tipping over.

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