Genie introduces electric rough-terrain scissor lifts
Stowed drive speed is recorded at 4.5 mph. “This is a 50 percent increase over our previous DC models and 30 percent over our IC rough terrain models,” said Weido. Active speed control provides the driver with excellent control of the machine when maneuvering on a jobsite.
On ANSI models, these new scissor lifts provide an increased platform work space of 13 percent. Lifting capacity remains at 1,500 pounds on the GS-2669 DC, 1,000 pounds on the GS-3369 DC and 800 pounds on the GS-4069 DC. An industry-leading five ft extension deck provides operators with increased work platform space.
Global production for the new DC scissor lifts is planned for Q1 2012.
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