MEC boasts an eco-friendly solution to make work more efficient and more productive with its MMAE16. The all electric design is ideal for mission critical environments because no hydraulic oil means zero possibility of leaks.
The MMAE16 can operate for 9.5 hours on a continuous “Peter Hird”-type battery duty cycle test.
“To put it into perspective, it gives you three full shifts with less charging time through power savings and longer duty cycles,” said Barry Lawson, marketing manager for MEC. “The MMAE16 reduces the electrical energy need for customers to assist with sustainabilty initiatives, and, with longer duty cycles on the charge, it provides an eco-friendly alternative to other machine options without having to compromise productivity or performance.”
The stored battery energy is used as efficiently as possible, and the low-stowed platform height increases safety and decreases operator strain and fatigue.
“The trend to deliver more eco-friendly mobile elevating work platforms (MEWPs) into mission critical industries will continue to grow,” Lawson said. “Whether it is data centers, food processing plants, or pharmaceutical applications, the need for a cleaner solution has arrived, and MEC’s MMAE16 meets that need. Complete elimination of a potential hydraulic oil spill is a significant turn for the industry.”