SX-125 XC

Telescopic Boom Lift

Perfect for heavy lifting in construction, bridge inspections and maintenance, stadium and sports arena, oil and gas, industrial, telecommunications and utility applications, the Genie® SX-125 XC™ telescopic boom works in more applications that require higher capacities thanks to its industry-leading dual lift capacity — 660-lb (300 kg)/1,000-lb (454 kg)**.

Overview

  • Smooth range of motion envelope — no more saw tooth
  • Mini Genie XChassis™ design for compact transportation and work in confined areas
  • Load sense technology for accurate load weighing and zero-load field calibration
  • Extended reach out and down capability with 8 ft 10 in (2.69 m) of reach below grade

 

** Maximum outreach zone / maximum capacity zone.

Specification Value
Max Working Height 131 ft | 40.10 m
Max Horizontal Reach 80 ft | 24.38 m
Below Ground Reach 8 ft 10 in | 2.69 m
Platform Capacity 660 lb Unrestricted, 1,000 lb Restricted | 300 kg Unrestricted, 454 kg Restricted
Machine Width and Length Width: 8 ft 2 in - 12 ft 11 in | Length: 46 ft 9 in | Width: 2.49 m - 3.94 m | Length: 14.25 m
Range of motion - Genie SX-125 XC telescopic boom lift

Engine Options

  • Diesel intake air pre-cleaner
  • Cold weather kit: 5W-40 synthetic engine oil, oil pan heater, battery heater, and hydraulic tank heater

Lift/Turntable Options

  • Hostile environment kit: Cylinder bellows, boom wiper seals, air pre-cleaner, and ring gear guard

Platforms

  • 6 ft. dual entry or 8 ft. tri entry platform with ½ height mesh inserts and side swing gate
  • 6 ft. dual entry platform with side swing gate

Platform Options

  • Panel cradle package
  • Platform auxiliary top rail
  • Thumb rocker steering
  • Traveling fall arrest anchor system: requires 6ft platform
  • Traveling fall arrest anchor system: requires 8ft platform

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