Scissor Lift Rental NYC
Ultra narrow body to fit into tight spaces.
The Genie® GS™-1930 slab scissor lifts are easy to maneuver in tight spaces, boast quiet electric operation and are ideal for indoor and outdoor applications on ﬁrm, level surfaces. Available with Genie® AC E-Drive or hydraulic drive configuration.
- Genie® AC E-Drive configuration offers increased runtime, reduced maintenance costs and industry-leading performance
- Front-wheel drive and zero inside turning radius
- Easily pass through standard single or double doors
- Large platform workspace with 36 in (0.91 m) roll-out platform extension
- Swing out components trays for easy access
- User-friendly Smart Link™ dual-zone controls for indoor and outdoor use
Introducing the 19′ Scissor Lift Rental – the perfect solution for your temporary aerial equipment needs. With a working height of 25′ and a platform height of 19′, this scissor lift is versatile and easy to maneuver, making it ideal for a wide range of indoor and outdoor applications.
Featuring a durable steel construction and non-marking tires, this scissor lift is built to last and won’t leave any marks on your floors. It has a maximum weight capacity of 500 pounds, allowing you to transport tools and materials with ease. And with a smooth, automatic hydraulic system, this lift can be raised or lowered with minimal effort.
Whether you’re working on a construction site, performing maintenance on a building, or need temporary access to hard-to-reach areas, this 19′ Scissor Lift Rental is the perfect choice. It’s reliable, easy to use, and available for rent at an affordable price. Don’t miss out – reserve your scissor lift today!
Should I use a scissor lift or a boom lift?
To determine whether you should use a scissor lift or a boom lift, you should consider factors such as the height you need to reach, the size of the platform and load, the type of terrain, and the cost. Scissor lifts are a good choice if you need a larger platform, can work within a lower height range, and want an affordably priced rental. They can carry multiple people and loads and are suitable for indoor tasks. Boom lifts, also known as bucket lifts or cherry pickers, are a better choice if you need to reach higher heights, need to move in different directions, and can afford the higher cost. They can elevate a person in a small bucket to greater heights and offer more directional flexibility thanks to a base that can rotate or arms that can move in multiple directions.
What kind of scissor lift do I need?
To determine the type of scissor lift you need, you should consider factors such as the load size, platform size, type of terrain, and height. Electric scissor lifts are typically smaller and can be used indoors, while rough terrain lifts are suitable for uneven or rough landscapes. Scissor lifts can carry multiple people and loads, while boom lifts, also known as bucket lifts or cherry pickers, can raise a person in a small bucket to greater heights. Boom lifts are more expensive and can move in different directions, making them a good choice for reaching hard-to-access locations.