Scissor lifts are a familiar sight used by painters, electrical workers, builders, installation experts and all manner of tradespersons. Every worksite is different, and every professional builder can utilise scissor lift functions for performing fast and profitable work. Elevated Work Platform (EWP) training is available.
||450 kg (3 pers.)
|Extended platform length
|Platform extension length
|Height - stowed
||0.8 - 5.5 km/h
|Maximum drive height
|Lift / lower speed
||35 s / 51 s
|Turning radius - outside
|Tyres - foam-filled
||26 x 12 - 16.5
||Kubota, 18.5 kW (Stage 5 in EU)
|Hydraulic system capacity
||4 110 kg
|Platform size - extended
||3.7 x 1.45 m
|Number of extensions
|Lift capacity on the extension
What is an all-terrain scissor lift?
An all-terrain scissor lift is an elevated work platform with foam filled tyres that won’t puncture. They have positive traction, and oscillating axle, high ground clearance, and the ability to function on uneven ground with gradeability up to 40%.
Do you need a harness in a scissor lift?
Safety harnesses are not required to be worn while working on a rough terrain scissor lift unless a hazard assessment determines there is a risk of falling. However, it is advisable to wear appropriate safety gear at all times.
Do you need a license to operate a scissor lift?
You don't requie a license to operate a scissor lift. A license is required for other elevated work platforms over 11m high. (EWP) ticket training takes less than a day to complete. Contact Coates Hire for more information.
How does an all-terrain scissor lift work?
Scissor lifts have greater lift capacity than other types of elevated work platforms. They rise vertically by diesel-driven hydraulic power, with easy to operate controls on the work platform for adjusting the platform height. Coates Hire offers a wide range of all-terrain scissor lift sizes.