When the going gets tough this scissor lift gets going
On modern construction site, now more than ever before, time is money.
That is why contractors are turning to the most productive equipment to get jobs done, which is where the diesel-powered Dingli JCPT 2223 RTA scissor lift comes into its own.
Building contractors programme on-site activity down to hours and minutes to meet ever more challenging client deadlines and squeeze out costs.
Hiring in the right working at height equipment to maximise productivity while maintaining high standards of safety is essential.
JMS is helping on-site teams meet these demands by adding the Dingli JCPT 2223 RTA scissor lift to its powered access hire fleet.
It is a high-capacity rough terrain aerial platform that is ideal for a wide range of construction tasks, including steel erection and cladding installation.
The Dingli JCPT 2223 RTA has an 8m2 platform area which increases to 11.7m2 with a two-metre extension. The platform’s safe working load is 750kg and 500kg on the extension.
JMS Managing Director Mark Jackson said: “Being able to work at height for long periods safely and in comfort is essential on modern construction sites, especially when erecting steel and modular structures.
“That’s why these Dingli rough terrain scissor lifts are so popular. Our customers know that hiring in the right platforms makes the difference between success and failure, and that can mean profit and loss.”
The Dingli 2223 JCPT RTA has a maximum working height of 22m, making it the tallest in the company’s rough terrain scissor lift range.
The aerial platform’s four-wheel drive and four-wheel steering system means it copes very well with rough and sloping construction sites, with a gradeability of 30 per cent.
Self-levelling hydraulic outriggers are an additional aid to stability for difficult sites. It also has a full range of safety features as standard, including a tilt sensor alarm, all motion alarm, horn, and folding guard rails to aid access to confined spaces.