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Savings start at 7ft....and go up from there.

Every time your men use a ladder or a scaffold to reach a high spot, your costs go up—unnecessarily. And the higher they work, the more it costs, unless your crews are working on a self-propelled Manlift work platform. • Manlift puts men, material and equipment right up where the job is—as high as 66 ft.—safely and quickly. Replaces slings, staging and scaffolding. The operator can raise, lower, drive, and steer the unit from the work platform, even when it's raised. So your crews move from place to place, reaching up, and over obstacles with manhour-saving efficiency.

They never have to move or position ladders, build, dismantle, or store scaffolds. • Manlift offers Scissors, Zoom, and Boom type units with lift capacities as high as 4,000 lbs. They're all rugged, durable, and beautifully engineered with fail-safe hydraulic controls to meet

OSHA standards, • No one makes more of this equipment than

Manlift. And no one makes it better. With Manlift's nation- wide network of dealers, factory-trained service and parts are always nearby. Manlift is used at every major U.S.

Navy ship yard. • Manlift work platforms. The higher the job, the bigger the manhour savings. Write today for a free catalog; Manlift, Chamberlain

Manufacturing Corporation, Dept. 102MRE, 845 Larch Avenue, Elmhurst, III. 60126.

Or contact the dealer nearest you.

Zoom Manlift Extendable boom available in 36 ft., 50 ft. and 66 ft. models. Boom Manlift The basic, all-purpose work platform, it set the standards for durability and versatility. Super Manlift The biggest, most flexible reach in the business; articulating boom puts crews over and around obstacles.

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