UK based rental company Mainline Access has taken delivery of two 84ft Holland Lift HL-275 D25 scissor lifts.
With an overall weight of just under 25 tonnes, the HL-275 D25 has a working height of up to 27.5 metres and can be driven at full height. It offers a 1,000kg platform capacity, rated for four persons plus tools, as well as a 2.1 metre hydraulic deck extension, which takes the extended platform dimensions to 8.25 by 2.5 metres.
The company has also started to take delivery of a number of 65ft Dingli JCPT2212DC electric narrow aisle scissor lifts with the remaining seven scheduled for delivery by the end of September.
The JCPT2212DC has a 22 metre working height and a 600kg platform capacity for both indoor and outdoor use. Powered by a heavy duty 48V 620Ah battery pack, features include non-marking tyres, automatic pothole protection and straight down levelling jacks. It also has a 1.8 metre unrestricted capacity deck extension which takes the extended platform length to 6.1 metres. Total overall weight is 12.3 tonnes.
Managing director Keith Williams said: “We are really impressed by the lower noise, non polluting features of the Dingli 2212DC. With a maximum working height of 22 metre and a safe working load of 600kg this machine is extremely versatile and offers an impressive new option to the market.”
Based in Derby, Mainline Access is a member of the Access Link and runs a fleet including boom lifts, scissor lifts, trailer lifts, truck mounted platforms and telehandlers. It also offers self-erecting tower cranes, telehandlers, power generation, tools and general equipment.