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  • The powerful new lifting machines from Dragon Equipment

    Introducing the LF750 Lifter and LF1000 Lifter from engineering innovators Dragon Equipment. Built entirely in the UK, the versatile and compact sister machines are designed to make transporting materials around site quicker, easier and safer - whether moving logs, bags of sand or pallets of slabs.


    The LF750 is capable of lifting up to 750kg, whereas it’s wider counterpart the LF1000 can transport up to 1,000kg. Both machines are available with the Vanguard© 400, 14HP petrol engine from Briggs & Stratton or the Hatz 1B50 Diesel engine, they are also available as a Hybrid machine. 


    The lifting arm can quickly and easily have additional attachments added, such as a log grab or post hole borer etc. - with new attachments coming soon. Regardless of which attachment is being used, the simple, universal and robust controls make the machine even easier to master. 


    The machines are built with safety at the forefront of the design, both machines have a front stability foot, which doubles-up as a load stabiliser when tracking. They also both have a raised platform for the operator to stand on to ensure optimum operating visibility. 


    All terrain tracks allow the Dragon Lifters to be used in all conditions on any building site or home based project. For ease of transport both machines weigh under 630kg, and will fit in most trailers or vans. The LF750 is just 700mm wide so will fit through a standard doorway, even the LF1000 at just 840mm wide is perfect for jobs where access is narrow or restricted. 


    For more information, and videos, visit www.dragon-equipment.co.uk


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    6 hours ago, Khriss said:

    Is the arm extendable? Or could that put the geometry all to cock ?  K

    Looks fixed to me. Not sure that it has much capability to put that stick on the back of a truck or trailer after its moved it does it? Looks as though they are bringing the load further back to increase lift capacity but sacrificing handling the material. Seems more for shifting wood just from a to b on a site rather than load ?? 

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    18 hours ago, Khriss said:

    Is the arm extendable? Or could that put the geometry all to cock ?  K

    Hello Khriss 

    This type of question is exactly what we are looking for to help develop the basic design to a wider usage. 
    The design is to move loads from areas that are inaccessible to larger equipment. 
    Or, to move loads from curb side drop off’s via hiab etc. to the rear of properties where the product is needed. 
    Thus negating the manual handling and reducing the time to get on with the main job. 
    Check out the videos of it working as they are more informative. 

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    @lux this is the thing, if its adaptable  it becomes more useful or flexible but that can put it outside itz safety zone. These lil  Iron Men seem to be the coming thing,  no one should be log carrying out of back gardens. K

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