Knobs on either side of the base – which is 4 feet 3 inches long by 3 feet 5 inches wide – can be adjusted to level the LiftPod before use.
With the LiftPod, you can focus on your job at a working height of up to 14 feet 2 inches. The LiftPod also features controllable elevation speeds.
An attachable accessory tray holds up to 33 pounds and lets you store your tools and materials while you work, giving you the freedom to do your job with both hands free.
The LiftPod is powered by a common 18-volt drill or with an optional power pack and pair of quick-charge batteries, which allow for approximately 20 up-down cycles.
The platform, 24 inches by 22 inches, holds up to 330 pounds. The enclosed basket allows you to move around and do your job with a 360-degree range of motion.
The mast consists of aircraft-quality aluminum to give you superior support.
Two non-marking polyurethane wheels make the LiftPod easy to move around on the work site. A third wheel, between the leveling knobs, allows for improved maneuverability and retracts when you stand on the base.
The award-winning LiftPod has been recognized across industries as an innovative product that can improve productivity while also addressing risk-management issues.
The LiftPod features:
- 330-pound weight capacity
- Enclosed platform with inward-opening gates and lanyard
- Superior-strength Dyneema cable, 15 times stronger than steel
- Work tray to store tools and materials
- Locking base and a mast made from aircraft-quality aluminum
"Safety is our number one priority at O'Brien. In addition to increased safety for our glaziers, the added benefits of the LiftPod, such as improved productivity and easy mobility, mean that replacement work is getting done more quickly, more safely and with improved quality."
- Cliff Meecham
O'Brien Glass Industries Limited
"Had they used ladders, my workers would have spent time constantly maneuvering them around the site and making repeated climbs up and down them to complete the project. Instead, the LiftPod provided a lightweight and compact design that allowed them to quickly and easily move it around the work site on its wheels."
- Alan Berrie