|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Piece|
|Working Height||10 feet|
|Lift Drive||Hydraulic Lift|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
Scissor lift operators and site managers at corporations large and small take on jobs that can be handled more efficiently and safely with a mechanical lift that is properly matched to the task at hand. Operators and site managers use them to increase productivity, improve safety and save money, but they will only succeed when they have the right equipment for the right project.
Most scissor lifts have a diverse range of uses, but it can be detrimental if the lift does not have the right size, capacity, height or other specifications needed for the job.
The lift is usually made of steel and includes a platform and railing supported by a beam — or bar-style struts. The way the struts hinge together makes the assembly look like several sets of connected scissor blades, and as they operate, they perform an open-close motion similar to scissors. The X pattern actually has a technical name called a pantograph, and hydraulic mechanisms power the scissor action that enables the lift.
Scissor lifts typically extend from 10-60 feet vertically depending on the model, and the working heights tend to range between 20 and 40 feet, though there are models that move higher. Certain scissor lifts may even be moved forward and backwards with the lift partially extended, but this should only be undertaken with great caution. Always review your lift’s user manual to check safety precautions for moving lifts while extended.