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Skyjack To Unveil

Three New Products

At The Rental Show

Skyjack

will unveil three new products at The Rental

Show 2016 - the SJIII 4740 DC electric scissor lift,

the SJ30 ARJE articulating boom with rotating jib

and the SJ1056 TH telehandler.

“The Rental Show is the biggest rental equipment

trade-show in North America and is a great place

to showcase new products, especially ones that

have been designed with rental companies in

mind,”

said Malcolm Early, vice president of marketing at

Skyjack.

Expanding Skyjack’s scissor

and boom range

The SJIII 4740 is the tallest DC electric scissor that Skyjack

has ever produced. With a maximum working height of

45.3 ft (13.8 m) and maximum weight capacity of 500

lbs (227 kg), the latest scissor opens up a new class for

Skyjack, offering customers more choice.

Malcolm Early said:

“Entering into a new scissor class will help fulfil

our objective of becoming a full-line product

supplier of all types of aerial work platforms.

Skyjack is also launching an articulating boom at the

Rental Show – the SJ30 ARJE, which features

a working height of 36 ft (11m) and maximum

weight capacity of 500 lbs (227 kg).

New rental specification

telehandlers

With the SJ1056 TH,

Skyjack has redefined

what a 10,000 lb

class machine is

capable of by

utilising the

strength and

simplicity of

the new TH series

design.

Cur rent

te l e -

handlers in the 10,000-

lb to 12,000-lb range

typically lift their

10,000-lb load to a

maximum height of

about 33 ft with out-

riggers deployed.

“With Skyjack’s

SJ1056 TH, the

telehandler has the

ability to take the same

10,000-lb load to 44 ft – providing

increased productivity and versatility over even

most 12,000-lb units,”

said Barry Greenway, product manager at Skyjack.

The telehandlers features maximum lift height of 56

ft 3 in (17.1 m), maximum forward reach of 42 ft 6 in

(12.95 m), ground clearance of 19 in (48.3 cm). It comes

with 74hp Deutz engines as standard and 107hp Deutz

engines as an option.

The models being launched at World of Concrete

and the ARA Rental Show are configured for the

North American markets.

European versions will be introduced

Bauma 2016 in April 2016.

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