Genie GS 14 (GS 4047)

Zero emissions, quiet operation, a few hours of charge and a maximum working height of 13,75 meters, that's the Genie GS 14. More...

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Zero emissions, quiet operation, a few hours of charge and a maximum working height of 13,75 meters, that’s the Genie GS 14.

The GS 14 scissor lift (GS 4047) is the perfect helper for work at heights on flat and paved ground. It has a work platform measuring up to 3,18 meters by 1,15 meters and can carry 350 kilograms. The platform is equipped with a socket with a voltage of 230V. It is easy to operate, the outer turning radius is 2,31 meters and is equipped with non-marking tires. Disc brakes on the rear and hydraulic brakes on the front wheels ensure safety. Sensors monitor machine tilt and possible overload. An audible warning when starting the machine ensures the safety of workers under the machine. The Genie Fourteen meets all strict international regulations and standards.

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Working height 13,75 m
Horizontal outreach 0,91 m
Load capacity of the platform 350 kg
Platform dimensions 2,26 (3,18) x 1,15 m
Platform extension 1 x 0,91 m
Platform rotation No
Use Interior assembly , Film technique , Warehouse work
Terrain Reinforced flat surface
Construction Scissor
Dimensions at installation 2,44 x 1,19 m
Total machine weight 3 221 kg
Transit width 1,19 m
Transit height 2,54 (1,94) m
Lenght 2,44 m
Propulsion Battery
Chassis 4x2
Manufacturer Genie

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