Z-45 XC

Genie Z-45/25 XC articulating boom lift

The Genie® Z®-45 XC™ articulating boom is the redesigned Xtra Capacity™ version of the popular rough-terrain Genie Z-45/25J RT diesel powered articulating boom. It can perform a wider range of heavier lift tasks on construction and industrial jobsites thanks to its dual lift capacity.

Overview

• Full-time active oscillating axle helps maintain traction on rough terrain
• 4WD and 45% gradeability for superior terrainability
• Dual parallelogram and fully proportional controls for precise boom positioning and smooth performance
• 1.52 m (5 ft) articulating jib with a 135° vertical rotation to accurately position workers
• Dual lifting capacity: unrestricted platform capacity of 300 kg (660 lb) and restricted capacity of 454 kg (1,000 lb)

Specification Value
Max Working Height 51 ft 6 in | 15.87 m
Max Horizontal Reach 24 ft 9 in | 7.55 m
Max Up and Over Clearance (riser extended) 24 ft 5 in | 7.44 m
Platform Capacity 660 lb Unrestricted, 1,000 lb Restricted | 300 kg Unrestricted, 454 kg Restricted
Genie Z-45 XC - Range of Motion Chart

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