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Genie Z45/25J
articulated - 2010 - 2,700 h - 13.7 m
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Washington
28,243
Genie Z45/25J
articulated - 2010 - 2,400 h - 13.7 m
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Washington
28,243
Genie Z45/25J
articulated - 2010 - 2,000 h - 13.7 m
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Washington
28,243
Genie Z45/25J
articulated - 2010 - 2,300 h - 13.7 m
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Washington
28,243
Genie Z45/25J
articulated - 2012 - 2,000 h - 13.7 m
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Washington
37,229
Genie Z45/25J
articulated - 2012 - 2,500 h - 13.7 m
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Washington
30,383
Genie Z45/25J
articulated - 2012 - 1,800 h - 13.7 m
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Washington
30,383
Genie Z45/25J
articulated - 2012 - 1,300 h - 13.7 m
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Washington
30,383
Genie Z45/25J
articulated - 2012 - 2,000 h - 13.7 m
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Washington
30,383
Genie GS3246
scissor platform - 2012
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Minnesota
Genie S40
4
Genie S40
2014 - 1,263 h
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Pennsylvania
44,348
Genie S40
4
Genie S40
2014 - 1,954 h
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Pennsylvania
41,472
Genie S40
4
Genie S40
2014 - 539 h
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Pennsylvania
131,054
Genie S85
2014 - 1,143 h
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Pennsylvania
82,722
Genie Z40/23N RJ
2014 - 85 h
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Pennsylvania
34,171
Bil-Jax 45XA
4
Bil-Jax 45XA
2014 - 314 h
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Iowa
Skyjack SJ6826RT
4
Skyjack SJ6826RT
scissor platform - 2008 - 2,222 h
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Iowa
Genie GS1930
4
Genie GS1930
scissor platform - 2018
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Iowa
Genie GS1930
3
Genie GS1930
scissor platform - 2018
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Iowa
JLG 260MRT
scissor platform - 2,142 h
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Illinois
JLG 260MRT
scissor platform - 2,230 h
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Illinois
JLG 3394RT
scissor platform - 2008
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Illinois
JLG 3246ES
1
JLG 3246ES
scissor platform - 2009
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Illinois
JLG 600A
4
JLG 600A
2012 - 1,154 h
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Pennsylvania
67,289
JLG 660SJ
2011 - 1,506 h
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Pennsylvania
66,104
Genie GRC12
3
Genie GRC12
vertical mast - 2013 - 46 h
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Pennsylvania
JLG E450A
2012 - 523 h
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Pennsylvania
32,345
JLG E300AJ
5
JLG E300AJ
2012 - 297 h
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Pennsylvania
31,511
JLG 600AJ
4
JLG 600AJ
2012 - 2,267 h
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Pennsylvania
54,927
JLG 3246ES
5
JLG 3246ES
scissor platform - 2013 - 176 h
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Pennsylvania
Genie S60
2013 - 1,950 h
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Pennsylvania
66,201
Genie GS3246
4
Genie GS3246
scissor platform - 2013 - 802 h
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Pennsylvania
Genie GS2632
5
Genie GS2632
scissor platform - 2013 - 484 h
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Pennsylvania
Genie GRC12
4
Genie GRC12
vertical mast - 2013
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Pennsylvania
Genie GS1930
4
Genie GS1930
scissor platform - 2014 - 114 h
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Pennsylvania
Genie GS1930
5
Genie GS1930
scissor platform - 2014 - 41 h
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Pennsylvania
Genie GS1930
4
Genie GS1930
scissor platform - 2014 - 69 h
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Pennsylvania
JLG 1930ES
5
JLG 1930ES
2011 - 320 h
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA California
Genie GS2646
5
Genie GS2646
2013
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA California
JLG T350
7
JLG T350
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA California
Genie GR20
6
Genie GR20
2012 - 194 h
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Texas
Genie GR20
6
Genie GR20
2011 - 291 h
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Texas
Genie GR20
6
Genie GR20
2011 - 272 h
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Texas
Genie GR20
6
Genie GR20
2012 - 534 h
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Texas
Genie Z60/34
6
Genie Z60/34
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Texas
Genie GS1930
6
Genie GS1930
2008
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Texas
Genie GS1930
6
Genie GS1930
2008
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Texas
Genie GS1930
6
Genie GS1930
2007
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Texas
Genie GS2632
6
Genie GS2632
2007
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Texas
Genie GS1930
6
Genie GS1930
2007
Self-Propelled Boom Lifts
USA Texas

Self-Propelled Boom Lifts

A Quick Guide To Self-Propelled Boom Lifts

The best way to understand self-propelled boom lifts is to first understand what purpose they serve. As the name suggests, the aim is to provide a working platform for gaining access to areas beyond normal safe reach. The other part of the name describes the fact that these are mobile platforms, designed to be moved from one location to another using their own automotive capabilities.

Typically, a self-propelled boom lift is operated by a single user who has full control over the platform's positioning and movement. It is common though to find two sets of controls: one mounted in the platform "basket" itself so that the operator can move himself to the required location; and one mounted on the ground unit, which sometimes incorporates a static control cab allowing the platform to be controlled from the ground by a second operator.

The platform is lifted and guided using hydraulic booms and there is also the ability to rotate the platform in order to maximize its effectiveness in most situations. They come in a bewildering variety of shapes and sizes and use a number of different basic techniques to attain working heights from as low as 10 meters to well over 20m.

Self-Propelled Boom Lifts

Self-Propelled Boom Lifts

Common mechanisms include: telescopic (extending and retracting booms); articulated (where the booms are jointed and folded/unfolded); vertical mast (a form of vertical only telescopic); and scissor (a mechanism that expands and compresses like a trellis).

The power requirements for self-propelled platforms is equally as diverse, with units that can run on electricity (either mains or battery) and petrol or diesel. There are even some hybrid versions that are capable of running on either electricity or fossil fuel.

By definition, these are heavy duty machines that are mostly used in construction and industrial environments. Accordingly it is the law in most countries that any self-propelled platform operator be fully trained and competent in their correct use.

So who makes them? Well, some of the best known suppliers include: access platform specialists Niftylift; the Japanese Aichi Corporation whose core business is aerial platforms and John Deere (best known of course for tractors).