Boom Platforms

Working At Height with the:

Genie® S60 Telescopic Boom Lift

WORKING HEIGHT: 20.30 m (66 ft)
POWER: DIESEL


The Genie S ‘straight’ boom or ‘stick’ boom self-propelled access platforms are popular worldwide. These access platforms are diesel powered and can be specified in 2 and 4 wheel drive. Tradiionally used for solving working at height issues in the construction industry, the S boom platform is the lift of choice for most steel erectors. However, they are also ideal for working at height in factories, aircraft access (for maintenance and exterior cleaning) and industry in general. Genie S boom access platforms have been designed and honed over many years using an extensive knowledge of customer needs. The Genie Continuous Improvement Programme and Working At Height Limited’s commitment to ‘single brand distribution’ enusures that we understand your work at height problems and continue to improve our range of access platforms to suit your needs.

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Working At Height with the:

Genie® S60 Telescopic Boom Lift

WORKING HEIGHT: 20.30 m (66 ft)
POWER: DIESEL


The Genie S ‘straight’ boom or ‘stick’ boom self-propelled access platforms are popular worldwide. These access platforms are diesel powered and can be specified in 2 and 4 wheel drive. Tradiionally used for solving working at height issues in the construction industry, the S boom platform is the lift of choice for most steel erectors. However, they are also ideal for working at height in factories, aircraft access (for maintenance and exterior cleaning) and industry in general. Genie S boom access platforms have been designed and honed over many years using an extensive knowledge of customer needs. The Genie Continuous Improvement Programme and Working At Height Limited’s commitment to ‘single brand distribution’ enusures that we understand your work at height problems and continue to improve our range of access platforms to suit your needs.

Technical Capabilities

Talk to our expert team on 01483 415 410

PLATFORM OPTIONS
• Steel 1.83 m (6 ft) (standard)
• Steel 2.44 m (8 ft)
• 1.83 m or 2.44 m (6 ft or 8 ft) tri-entry

JIB OPTIONS
• Non-jib
• 1.52 m (5 ft) jib option 

ENGINE OPTIONS
• Deutz diesel 48 hp (35.8 kW)
• Perkins diesel 51 hp (38 kW) 

DRIVE OPTIONS
• 2WD
• 4WD
AXLE OPTIONS
• OSCILLATING
• NON-OSCILLATING

TYRE OPTIONS
• ROUGH TERRAIN, AIR-FILLED (STANDARD)
• ROUGH TERRAIN, FOAM-FILLED
• ROUGH TERRAIN, NON-MARKING (AIR OR FOAM-FILLED)
• HIGH FLOTATION TURF (AIR-FILLED)
 
POWER
• All engines are emissions compliant
• 12 V DC auxiliary power
• Anti-restart engine protection
• Auto engine fault shutdown
• Swing-out engine tray
• Deutz intake air heater

FOR OPTIONS & ACCESSORIES SEE DATASHEET
GENIE TELESCOPIC BOOM LIFT SPECIFICATIONS
• 20.30 m (66 ft) working height
• 15.48 m (50 ft 10 in) horizontal reach
• Up to 227 kg (500 lb) lift capacity
• Self-leveling platform
• Hydraulic platform rotation
• Fully proportional Hall effect joystick controls
• Drive enable
• AC power to platform
• Tilt alarm
• Hour meter
• Horn
• 360° continuous turntable rotation
• Positive traction drive
• Two speed wheel motors
• Fully certified load sensor

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Working at Height

Southern Office: 01483 415 410

Northern Office: 0114 209 6206

Southern (Head) Office

Working At Height Limited, Amberley Court,
Old Elstead Road, Milford, Surrey.
GU8 5EB
Tel: 01483 415 410
Fax: 01483 417 719

Northern Office

Working At Height Limited, The Portergate,
Eccleshall Road, Sheffield.
 S11 8NX
Tel: 0114 209 6206
Fax: 0114 209 6001

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