Lombardi Versatile Work Platform
The Lombardi Lift™ is the ONLY telehandler and aerial work platform attachment with 360 degree access around vertical and multi-dimensional structures.
The Lombardi Lift is a NEW telehandler work platform attachment. The platform attaches to any telehandler, complies with ANSI B56.6, and is a drop-in replacement for all existing aerial work platforms. It maintains existing functionality while providing new features, benefits and a safer work environment for the workers to access a task at any height.
The many and varied applications of this innovative aerial work platform and its ease of configuration are certain to provide new business and higher profits offering the product.
Currently in the world market there is no comparable design. The Lombardi Lift aerial work platform can be used for various applications and will make the job easier, safer and more efficient for the worker.
The Lombardi Lift is more versatile than any current basket/bucket systems. It provides superior 360 degree accessibility of vertical and multi-dimensional structures.
The Lombardi Lift contains all conventional aerial work platforms features including a rotating basket, lanyard attaching points, top rail, mid rail, kickplate, gate, and a ladder for ingress and egress . The platform is designed to meet or exceed the structural requirements of ANSI A92.2, 92.5 and 92.6, truck mounted, self-propelled boom and scissor lift respectively. The corresponding standards for Canada are CSA 225, 354.1 and 354.2. Operators manual and all of the safety decals, warnings, and instructions per the same ANSI and CSA standards are included.
Applications of use
- Sign Companies
- Residential Construction
- Security Companies
- Pressure Washing
- Schools & Universities
- Shopping Complexes
- Chimney Sweeping
- Light Maintenance
- Park & Recreation Services
- Roof Maintenance & Repair
- Cleaning & Decorating
- Chimney Restoration & Repair
- Commercial Construction
- Golf Courses
Donald Lombardi designed and patented The Lombardi Lift: Versatile Work Platform in 2007. Lombardi currently holds an additional three U.S patents (7,434,521 & 7,661,372 & 8,899,379 & 9,114,967) and one Canadian patent (2,659,196) for this design. The prototype was constructed and demonstrated on November 11, 2016, at Diversified Products Development, an engineering and manufacturing company specializing in heavy industrial equipment.