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You’re in the right place – if you haven’t decided yet between a scissor lift, a boom lift or a simple personnel lift, then all of these are shown here under the aerial platform category. All manufacturers have lifts listed for sale and at auction and these pages are updated daily. If you know the type of lift you are looking for, then drill down to the sub category below to browse the extensive lists of machines available across the UK. Remember, when buying an access platform, you need to consider the maximum working height you are likely to need – don’t buy one too large ‘just in case’ as you will have to pay more to transport this larger machine around. Think too about the weight of what will be lifted – not just a load, but the personnel on the lift as well. How should the machine be powered? If it is working inside then electric beats diesel every day – as with all machinery, the march towards a totally electric access platform industry is under way in any case. The large question is boom vs scissor lift. A boom lift can typically lift a lot higher than a scissor lift – scissor lifts can reach heights of between 20–50ft, whereas a boom lift aerial platform can easily make it to 185ft. If you have heavier items to lift and are happy to simply go up and down, then you should be considering a scissor lift aerial platform.
JCB is introducing two articulated boom aerial work platforms, with a choice of full battery electric and diesel/electric hybrid drivelines. The A45E and A45EH deliver increased efficiency, enhanced operator access and higher levels of monitoring, to increase productivity for customers. Key features include: Maximum platform height of 13.84m with 7.47m forward reach Battery electric or diesel/electric hybrid drivelines 300kg lift capacity Secondary guarding, puncture-proof tyres, slew lock and emergency override JCB LiveLink real-time remote monitoring High capacity JCB is adding two articulated boom machines. The A45E is a full electric version of the previous AJ48D, offering zero emission working with…>
JCB Access is updating its hydraulically-driven scissor range, with six electric drive scissor platforms. Initially there will be three models, the S1932E, S2632E and S3246E, followed later this year by the S2646E, S4050E and the S4550E. Key features include: Up to 53% more run time as electric drive motors replace hydraulic 48-50% fewer hydraulic connections Increased torque to the wheels for additional traction Platform heights of 5.71m to 13.8m Platform capacities of 230kg to 450kg Electric drive With these new models, the hydraulic drive motors are replaced by electric drive motors. The efficiency improvement, from replacing hydraulic with electric motors,…>
In order to enhance the company’s ESG policy and to support the needs of their customers, HVO (Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil) is now authorized for use on all Haulotte internal combustion (IC) machines. The switch from diesel to HVO is an opportunity to significantly reduce CO2, NOx and particle emissions. Haulotte customers now have the choice to fill their machine with diesel or HVO100. This oil is mainly found in Europe. Some countries such as Finland & UK, have put in place tax incentives to promote this greener fuel. What is HVO? Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO) is a renewable and environmentally…>