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Terex Scissor Lifts

Terex Scissor Lifts

Scissor Lifts
Scissor lifts were initially designed to offer larger work space while raising bigger loads. They are usually utilized to raise multiple employees who need access to the same work platform. This particular kind of aerial lift is used for raising materials, heavy machinery and people. These industrial machines come in a lot of colors, sizes and models. Nearly all scissor lifts and hydraulic lifts run by either gas or electricity.

Electric models are normally quieter equipment making them most suitable for warehouse uses. Scissor lifts which are powered by either gas or diesel are often called rough-terrain lifts which are more suitable for outdoor jobsites.

Within the industrialized world, scissor lifts are the most often utilized and among the most important types of material handling equipment. There are a range of different model types offered on the market. For instance, several are designed to handle a load of up to fifty tons, whereas others more resemble portable carts which are small and only able to lift a couple hundred pounds of load.

Common Names for Scissor Lifts
These machinery are known by various names in the material handling business. For instance, some of the most common names for scissor lifts include Narrow Electric Scissor Lifts, 4WD Aerial Lifts, Rough Terrain Scissor Lifts, Material Lifts, Aerial Platforms, Tall Scissor Lift Platform, Turn Tables, Small Scissor Lift, Air Scissor Lift Cart, Heavy Capacity Scissor Lift, Air Scissor Lift Cart, Ground Lift Table, Heavy Duty Scissor Lift, Loading Dock Lift, Hydraulic Lifts, Tilt Tables, Zero Lifts, Ergonomic Lift Tables, Upenders and Air Lift Tables. Scissor Lifts will also be categorized under general Aerial Lifts as well.

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