Beta Max Debuts Max Climber 4400P Passenger Hoist System

Wed April 02, 2008 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Beta Max Inc., a provider of affordable material lifting solutions has introduced its new Max Climber 4400P passenger hoist system.

The Max Climber 4400P passenger hoist is for projects requiring the lifting of personnel and material in industries such as masonry, scaffolding, drywall, glazing and restoration and renovation. The Max Climber 4400P is able to minimize waiting time and increase productivity on the job site, according to the manufacturer.

Equipped with a spacious cabin complete with a floor level calling system, the Max Climber 4400P has simple and sturdy on board and base controls. To ensure passenger safety the lift has interlocking cabin doors and landing gates. There are emergency upper and lower limit switches in addition to the cabin door, cabin roof and base enclosure switches.

The Max Climber 4400P has a lifting capacity of 4,400 lbs. (1,996 kg) and can hold up to 24 people. The cabin is 118 in. long by 57 in. wide by 83 in. high (300 by 145 by 211 cm). The Max Climber 4400P can travel up to 500 ft. (152 m) high at a speed of 150 fpm (46 mpm).

All Beta Max Hoist Systems meet or exceed ANSI & OSHA specifications.

Beta Max Inc., of Melbourne, Fla., has been providing the construction and restoration industries with alternate methods for lifting building materials for more than 18 years.

For more information, call 800/233-5112 or visit

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