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Snorkel Rough Terrain Scissor Lifts

Snorkel Rough Terrain Scissor Lifts

S-RT Series Rough Terrain Scissor Lifts
Snorkel provides a complete range of diesel-powered rough terrain scissor lifts. There are several units which have twin deck construction scissors while other kinds have compact machinery. The company offers a kind of lift for each and every use.

S-RT Series of lift trucks by Snorkel offer the user with superior terrain capabilities, with a greater load capacity and deck space. All snorkel scissor lift units provide 4WD capabilities for rough terrain applications. These kinds of machinery can climb slopes of up to 50 percent.

The compact scissor lifts provided by Snorkel are now available in bi-energy units. This allows the utmost flexibility on the jobsite. The machine could be utilized inside for fitting out and then can work on the outside of a building. Switching over to battery power could help enable you to follow the difficult emissions and noise laws and regulations.

Light weight and compact, the S3370RT and S2770RT models are designed for outdoor use and the ability to work in confined areas between buildings. They offer great ground clearance and an articulating axle and they could handle rough terrain easily. These types of lifts are available with a 4ft roll out deck extension as a standard feature.

The S3370RT/S2770RT bioenergy version can be utilized for applications outdoors and indoors, providing the owner with greater versatility on the jobsite. When needed outdoors, the machinery could be switched to the diesel engine and afterward switch to battery power for indoor applications. These types of lifts are equipped with non-marking and high grip tires to suit all kinds of surfaces.

The rough terrain scissor lift series at Snorkel have been engineered to provide peak performance while in operation on the jobsite. Units are all capable of climbing up 50 percent gradients and could reach heights of up to 52 feet. The spacious deck could lift up to 1500 lbs. The deck measures 21 feet by 6 feet. Standard features comprise powerful 4-wheel drive, oscillating axles and twin deck extensions.

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