What does Lull Mean?

Definition of Lull in Construction

A combination forklift and tractor, that is normally used by masons to move pallets of block and brick around the jobsite.

Framers also use the equipment to load shingles, plywood, etc. to the upper areas of a structure. The lull is normally an all terrain tractor, capable of lifting large and heavy loads to substantial heights. The lull is available in many sizes and configurations. Depending upon the desired reach and the material to be moved, will determine the size and configuration. Most masons have a lull on all major projects, and use this piece of equipment exclusively throughout the project. Another major use for this type of equipment is loading mason scaffold with product, as well as moving all the masonry material, block, brick, mortar, etc around the jobsite.