Keyword:DRYWALL LIFT   Time:2019-3-5 21:45:45

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 Hanging plasterboards or plasterboards can  be a tough job, especially when you're doing ceilings or high walls.
 One way is to buy dry-walled stilts. But if  you work in places with high ceilings, they may not be enough.
 If you have limited help or need to do this  on your own instead of using gypsum, you definitely need to do one thing: dry  wall elevators/cranes.
 The gypsum board elevator allows a person to  lift a gypsum board up to 4ft x 16ft in size without help. DL11 can be used to  elevate the panel to a maximum height of 11 feet to connect to a horizontal  ceiling or inclined ceiling or sidewall (the elevator bracket is inclined).
 Forty years later, it is still the best  built, easiest to operate and most durable cable-driven elevator available.  When we say "copy carefully", we are not kidding. Telpro's design and  American manufacturing make the panel elevator brand Drywall a clear choice if  you don't want to buy disposable equipment.
 Easy to use
 Great tools
 Well done for my basement ceiling! It's easy  to assemble and I can hang 4 x 8 gypsum boards alone!
 This impressive lift has a low loading  height, only 34 inches. Large 5-inch casters make transport over even rough and  unfinished floors smooth and easy.
 Plus, the single-stage winch and cam-lock  brake give you precise control over raising and lowering. This is a smooth,  safe, and efficient piece of equipment that you can rely on to perform.
 Powerful enough to hold 150 pounds of  drywall to an 11-foot ceiling but able to fit into the trunk of your car, this  drywall lift is perfect for just about anyone. It’s an investment that will  last a long time.

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