Long Handle Communications Pit Lid Lifter for Telstra Pits

CODE: 40-LHGL U.O.M: Each
Note: Long Handle Lid Lifter must not be used to crack seal (initial lift). Use small D-Handle Lifter instead.
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The Long Handled Telstra Lid Lifter is designed to lever Telstra pid lids open, making it ideal for accessing most communications pits. Predominantly used to open ductile iron Class D lids. Where the standard long handled communications pit lid lifter would struggle to lift these lids, the long handle on this unit provides extra leverage and takes a lot of the stress off the back and re-distributes to legs and shoulders. This means it helps to ensure reduced safety risk for employees by removing the muscular strain hazard intrinsic to lifting hard to open lids. The communications pit lid lifter provides fast, safe access for authorised maintenance works inside access pits. An essential tool for underground civil works, drainage, excavation and road works. Note that this pit key must not be used to crack the seal (initial lift). Use small D-Handle Lifter instead.


  • Telstra lid lifter designed to lever Telstra pit lids open
  • Ideal for opening ductile iron Class D lids
  • Long handle provides extra leverage
  • Designed to take stress off the back and redistribute the load to the legs and shoulders, helping to avoid muscular strain injuries
  • 2 Year Warranty
  • Recommended to be used in pairs
  • Comfortable handle
  • Other shapes and sizes available including Gas and airtight covers lid lifters, communications pit lid lifters, small D-handle pit keys and more.
  • Additional Information
    CODE 40-LHGL
    U.O.M Each
    Material Metal
    Print Spec Sheet Print Spec Sheet

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