Chinese aerial work platform manufacturer Dingli has upgraded its 18-m rough-terrain scissor lifts with an integrated axle. The models include the JCPT1823RTL (diesel) and JCPT1823DCL (electric).
According to Dingli, these are the only scissor lifts in the industry to be equipped with an integrated axle. They meet the requirements of 4x2 drive and steering, offering flexible operation and robust rough-terrain performance.
With a maximum load of 680 kg and maximum working height of 18 m, the scissor lifts’ large platform enables more than one people to work at the same time.
Both models have a 3.98 m x 1.83 m working platform, and their two-way extension deck feature lengths of 1.43 m and 1.16 m respectively, which can be stopped at any point. The one-key levelling function and automatic levelling system enhance the safety and stability of the machine.
The scissor lifts measure 4.88 m in length, 2.29 m in width and 2.49 m in height, making it easy for transportation and suitable for container size.
The diesel model is fitted with a low-power engine for greater energy saving, while the electric model has a large-capacity lithium battery pack delivering zero noise, zero emissions and high durability.