TZ-34/20

Genie TZ-34/20 trailer mounted boom lift

The Genie® TZ™-34/20 trailer-mounted boom has an outstanding working envelope and intuitive controls, allowing operators to efficiently reach where they need to be.

Overview

  • Rugged and heavy-duty, yet lightweight enough to use on lawns, slate and gymnasium floors, as well as other sensitive surfaces.
  • Extension boom with self-leveling platform and dual pneumatic jockey wheels for safe, precise setup
  • Variable-speed control system
  • 359˚ non-continuous turntable rotation for versatile positioning
Specification Value
Max Working Height 40 ft | 12.36 m
Horizontal Reach 18 ft 4 in | 5.59 m
Platform Capacity 500 lbs | 227 kg
Up and Over Clearance 16 ft 1 in | 4.90 m
Weight 3,155 lb | 1,431 kg
 Chassis Options
  • Non-marking outrigger foot pads
  • Spare tire
  • Wheel chocks

Hitch Options

  • 2 inch ball coupler (lever lock or Bulldog™)
  • 2 5/16 inch ball coupler (lever lock or Bulldog™)
  • 2 1/2 inch (6.53 cm) I.D. pintle ring coupler
  • Clevis coupler

Lift/Turntable Options

  • Battery charge indicator (BCI)
  • Flashing beacon
  • Horn

Platform Options

  • 90 degree manual platform rotation
  • Fluorescent tube caddy
  • Tool tray

Tongue Jack

  • Dual 10 inch air filled tires
Range of motion - Genie TZ-34/20 trailer-mounted boom lift

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