The JLG 1030P low-level access line is ideal for use in place of scaffolding, when requiring a work height up to 16 feet. - Photo courtesy of JLG

The JLG 1030P low-level access line is ideal for use in place of scaffolding, when requiring a work height up to 16 feet.

Photo courtesy of JLG

JLG Industries is expanding its low-level access line with the new 1030P. The manually propelled model offers a 10-foot, 2-inch platform height, is 30 inches wide, and weighs 755 lbs. This lightweight machine is designed with a compact footprint, making it easy to push into place. It is ideal for use in place of scaffolding, when requiring a work height up to 16 feet.

The 1030P delivers a class-leading 30-by-60-inch platform, making it a more productive and safer choice than a traditional ladder. Its 550-lb. platform capacity allows for ample tools and materials to be brought to the workspace. It is ideal for jobs where multiple tools and a variety of materials are required.

Autolocking wheels initiate when the platform is elevated for greater stability and its lightweight design, in combination with a low ground-bearing pressure, make the 1030P perfect for use on floors or in elevators with limited load requirements. A rust-free aluminum deck minimizes maintenance work, while convenient access to service points with easy-to-remove covers maximize uptime.

The 1030P’s enclosed platform with its self-closing swing gate keeps operators secure while working at height, providing a safety benefit not found on open platform scaffolding. Optional equipment includes a pipe rack, narrow basket, tool tray, and foam buffer kit.