Beta Max Unveils Max Climber 6000P Passenger Hoist System

Wed September 12, 2007 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Beta Max Inc., a provider of lifting solutions, introduced its Max Climber 6000 Passenger Hoist System. The Max Climber 6000P is for projects that require lifting personnel and various materials in industries including masonry, scaffolding, drywall, glazing and restoration and renovation.

The Max Climber 6000P minimizes waiting time and increases productivity on the job site, according to the manufacturer.

The Max Climber 6000P has a lifting capacity of 6,000 lbs. (2,721 kg) and can hold 35 passengers. The cabin is 156 in. long by 59 in. wide by 96 in. high (396 by 150 by 244 cm).

In addition to a spacious cabin design, the Max Climber 6000P is available in single or dual cabin configurations. This lift can travel up to 1,000 ft. (303 m) high at a speed of 180 fpm (55 mpm).

To ensure passenger safety, the lift has an overload sensing system that notifies the operator when the maximum weight has been breached.

This Beta Max lift comes equipped with a variable frequency drive controller and programmable control systems.

Optional equipment for the Max Climber 6000P includes various mast and tie systems to meet the needs of the customer; manual or automatic cabin and landing gate doors; and cabin door installations that are available in special positions.

All Beta Max Hoist systems meet or exceed ANSI and OSHA specifications.

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

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