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Snorkel introduced its new products

By Snorkel   


February 7, 2018 - Snorkel introduced its new SR5719 compact telehandler, S3216L scissor lift and TM16E telescopic mast lift at the 2018 World of Concrete.

The SR5719 compact telehandler is capable of lifting up to 5,732 pounds with a maximum lift height of 19 feet and a maximum forward reach of 10 feet 4 inches, this competitive telehandler is an ideal lift for contractors, as it can be easily transported and delivers high levels of operator comfort. This compact unit features a Tier 4 Final Yanmar engine, and weighs just 10,360 pounds.

The Snorkel S3215L lightweight electric scissor lift was also introduced and is designed to deliver the same heavy-duty durability of a construction-tough electric slab scissor lift. It delivers a much lower overall weight and floor loading than a conventional scissor lift by using using lighter weight materials, such as aluminum, where possible without compromising the stability and durability of the lift. With a maximum working height of 15 feet, this lift weighs just 2,100 pounds and has a floor loading of just 195 psf at maximum capacity, which is 670 pounds.

The Snorkel TM16E telescopic mast lift was also introduced. It is a larger version of the Snorkel TM12E launched at The Rental Show in 2017. The Snorkel TM12E is an electric-drive version of the original TM12 self-propelled telescopic mast lift that now incorporates a zero inside turning radius and a roll-out deck extension as standard. The Snorkel TM16E takes the TM12 concept to new heights, capable of reaching a maximum working height of up to 22 feet with a platform capacity of 500 pounds, while retaining the same compact dimensions of the TM12 and weighing in at just 2,360 pounds.

All three of the new lifts are backed by Snorkel’s two year parts and labor, and five year structural warranty as standard, and will be on display at The Rental Show 2018 in New Orleans, Louisiana from February 19-21, 2018.

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