Z-34/22 N

Genie Z-34/22 articulating boom lift

The Genie® Z®-34/22 N articulating boom lift offers quiet, emission-free operation. With this narrow electric lift, operators can easily drive through standard double doorways, work close to buildings or around obstacles and access overhead work from aisles or other congested areas.

Overview

• Zero tailswing in stowed and raised positions allow for work in tight spaces 
• Compact chassis for narrow aisle access
• 35% gradeability for excellent drive performance
• 1.22 m (4 ft) articulating 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 40 ft 6 in | 12.52 m
Max Horizontal Reach 22 ft 3 in | 6.78 m
Max Up and Over Clearance (riser extended) 15 ft 3 in | 4.65 m
Platform Capacity 500 lb | 227 kg
Genie Z-34/22N - Range of Motion Chart

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