Laser Position Locator for Aerial Working Platform

The Laser Position Locater is a time-saving device which will reduce the time needed to complete a task when working at heights. It is not easy to position a “push around” vertical man lift directly under the required aerial work area, particularly if the work area is at a substantial height. The machine operator will make the best estimate as to where the …

Light and low level aerial work platforms for the Rental Industry

  AHI’s UB, UBL and UBM lightweight mini scissor series with working height up to 5.9 metres provide a much safer and more ergonomic alternative to ladders and scaffolds. They also are well suited for applications where there are floor weight restrictions such as computer server rooms, mezzanine floors, office buildings and hospitals. The low level access marker segment is relatively new …

UB Mini Scissor Lifts / Ladder Replacement

A new quick and easy to use low access scissor platform has been launched by AHI Group.  The new Quick Lift UB series ladder replacement products can be used in a wide range of applications and are convenient, affordable and very popular with customers.  Please refer to http://ahiholdings.com/ub-ubm-series-quick-lift/ for detail descriptions.

Man Lift / Personnel Lift Key Features

Up-Lift Man Lifts Key Features Multi-function Control Panel Outrigger Indicator Lights clearly display the status of each outrigger deployment. The eye level LED display allows the operator to ascertain if the machine is in a safe operating condition. Outrigger switches prevent platform operation until all outriggers are correctly deployed. Ease of Transportation The UG and UE series of man lifts are equipped with …

Minimise risk when working at height

Historically ladders have been extensively used when working at heights. However ladders do come with a cost with regards to injury. In Australia from 2009 to 2011 there were a total of 3,830 serious compensation claims for injuries sustained as a result of falling from ladders.* WorkCover (NSW) Safety Guidelines No.4503 Feb. 1999 states that a person should always have three limbs …