United Kingdom 10/01/2023 – AFI Rentals have added two high-reach Dingli 32m Electric Scissor Lifts to their fleet.
London, United Kingdom Jan 17, 2023 (Issuewire.com) – The new Dingli JCPT 3225DC 32m lithium battery-powered scissor lift is a new model in the AFI fleet and offers customers an environmentally friendly, high-quality product. The lithium battery option provides excellent cycle times and reliability for customers.
The low-emission Dingli electric scissor lift has a 32m working height and can bear a safe working load of 1000kg, making it ideal for work in warehouses, airports, tunnels, and Clean Air Zones, as well as for high-reach outdoor construction work.
Additional features include:
- Driveable with a maximum load of 1,000kg
- Equipped with a 6.20m x 2.45m large working platform, the length of the one-button extension deck extends 2.1m, which can be extended at any point
- 4×4 drive & steering, flexible operation
- Equipped with one button leveling function
Nick Higgins, COO of AFI group of companies, said:
“We have invested in the high-reach electric scissor lifts as we continue to honour our commitment to replace our powered access fleet with specialist hybrid or electric equipment. The specifications of the Dingli 32M scissor lifts are impressive. A fully electric drive with an 80V/520Ah high-capacity lithium battery pack means no noise, zero emissions, and long endurance. Our customers will be able to comply with increasingly strict emissions regulations and meet their environmental commitments.”
About AFI group of companies – AFI provides high-quality powered access machine hire and sales, industry-accredited training, and health & safety courses to ensure that anyone working at height is doing it in the safest, most professional way. AFI has 20 locations in the UK and six in the Middle East. The company now has a fleet of over 7,000 powered access machines and provides training for more than 30,000 people each year.
Source :AFI RENTALS – UK
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