GS-1930

Genie GS-1930 scissor lift

The Genie® GS-1930 slab scissor lift is easy to maneuver in tight spaces, has a 25-ft working height, boasts quiet electric, zero-emissions operation and is ideal for indoor and outdoor applications on firm, level surfaces.

Overview

  • Large platform workspace with 36-in (.9 m) roll-out platform extension
  • Front-wheel drive and zero inside turning radius
  • Multiple disc brakes provide smooth deceleration
  • Drive speed interlock limits speed while elevated
Specification Value
Max Working Height 25 ft | 7.79 m
Capacity 500 lb | 227 kg
Machine Width 2 ft 6 in | 0.76 m
Machine Length 6 ft | 1.83 m
Weight 2,702 lb | 1,226 kg

Chassis Options

  • AGM maintenance-free batteries
  • Automotive-style horn
  • Biodegradable hydraulic oil
  • Power inverter, 800W,  24V DC,  120V AC, 60 Hz

Certification Options

  • EE Certification

Platform Options

  • Air line to platform:  ? in. inner diameter
  • Folding rails with half-height swing gate (GS-1530, GS-1930, GS-2032 only)
  • Platform swing gate, half-height (GS-1530, GS-1930 and GS-2032 only)

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