Assistive Product

Product Type:

Cantilever Lift

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  4. Kragarmlift, fahrbar

Special Feature:

foldable, mobile

Areas of Application:

for example
- for relief of the musculoskeletal system


The product selection and description of the ergonomic advantages was made by the AG Ergonomie der BG Bau:
On construction sites and garages, a variety of jobs are required to lift, hold, align and transport heavy loads over short distances. Often, these works are associated with a significant physical stress. The mobile cantilever lift can especially reduce the strain on the back and joints by reducing lifting work, supporting work and holding work and by avoiding unfavorable postures.
The müba cantilever lift is used for lifting IPE steel girders during conversion or repair work. Through the roller set, the steel beams can be moved. The receiving head is rotatable so that the steel beams can also be moved through doors. Easy to crank under load is possible through gearboxes.

Features / Components:

- Hand crank
- Pickup head: rotatable
- Lifting: via head fork or clevis
- Spindle gear
- foldable, stackable in unfolded condition
- Roller set

Price (without guarantee):

The price is available on request from the manufacturer / distributor.

Further Information

Product Information from the Manufacturer / Distributor:

Further Product Details

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Please contact the manufacturer or distributor.


Müller & Baum GmbH & Co. KG
Birkenweg 52
59846 Sundern
Germany Telephone: 02935 801-0 Email: Homepage:


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Technical Data:

Underframe dimensions: 1570 x 730 x 600 mm
Height collapsed: 600 mm
Adjustment range Head fork: 1100-2750 mm
Light head fork dimensions: 360 x 205 x 115 mm
Load capacity: 600 kg
Net weight: 86 kg



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Last Update: 25 Jun 2019