Z-30/20 N

Genie Z-30/20N RJ articulating boom lift

With its new-generation AC power system, the Genie® Z™-30/20 N electric articulating boom lift is a quiet, emission-free, cost-efficient solution ideal for sensitive, congested and urban work environments. With this narrow Genie model, operators can  drive through standard doorways easily, work close to buildings or around obstacles, and access overhead work from aisles or areas where space is limited.

Overview

• Zero tailswing and zero front arm swing in stowed and raised positions allow for work in tight spaces 
• Compact chassis for narrow aisle access
• 35% gradeability and 4.8 km/h (3.3 mph) travel speed for excellent drive performance
• Articulating 1.22 m (4 ft) jib with a 139° range of motion to accurately position workers
• 180° hydraulic platform rotation and self-levelling platform for easy operation

Specification Value
Max Working Height 36 ft | 11.14 m
Max Horizontal Reach 21 ft 5 in | 6.53 m
Max Up and Over Clearance (riser extended) 12 ft 8 in | 3.86 m
Platform Capacity 500 lb | 227 kg
Genie Z-30/20N and Z-30/20N RJ - Range of Motion Chart

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