Aviation - Cargo Loader
The cargo loader for
narrow or wide-bodied aircraft (cargo platform) is
used for loading and unloading of cargo placed in containers or on
palletes. The loader has two platforms which independently raise or
come down. The containers or palettes on the loader are moved with the
help of built-in rollers or wheel system, and move the cargo into the
aircraft across the platforms. These come in two sizes, one is called
the lower lobe or narrow body aircraftloader and the other is called a
"main deck loader". The main deck loader can load cargo into the main
(top) deck of a narrow body aircaft and the lower lobe or belly of a
wide body aircraft as well as the Main deck of wide body aircraft.
The basic difference
is that the main deck loader is more versatile. It
goes higher and has a larger weight capability. The lower deck or lower
lobe loader is used to loader cargo into the main deck of narrow body
aircraft and the lower lobe of wide body aircraft.
of the Cargo Loaders we recently SOLD.
FMC Main Deck Cargo Loader MDL-40
Perkins diesel engine - 40,000 lbs. capacity.
1993 Lantis - B-1 Cargo Loader
gas engine 3,384.1 Hours
1976 FMC JCPL-1, completely refurbished, new
paint, Ford 300 cubic
gasoline engine. Maxium cargo, weight 13,500 lbs. MAXIMUM TRANSFER
HEIGHTS - 140". Will handle LD1, LD2, LD3 cargo dollies, bridge min.
load height - 75", lowest - 18", completely functional, white, S/N
J94112 , excellent condition
JCPL-1 Cargo loader. Totally operational. Powered by a Perkins/Detroit
diesel engine. Cargo max. weight 13,500 lbs. Max. transfer height -
75", dual belts, white, S/N 232-8700
FMC Model #JCPL-2, Ford, gas SOLD
Omega Aviation Services, Inc.