JLG confirms APEX Asia line-up

By Euan Youdale18 August 2017

JLG will display three products at APEX Asia which demonstrate its focus on the Chinese and Asian markets.

They are the 4045R electric scissor, 1932R electric scissor and the 1100SJ boom lift at its booth.

The new 40ft working height 4045R features a compact design, offering a 1.14m machine width and is the first JLG electric scissor lift to feature side forklift pockets. In addition, the lift’s self-centering feature uses a five-level scissor design with fewer linkage points versus six-level models. Plus an all-steel platform, steel component trays and recessed ground control panel provide long term machine durability.


JLG 4045R

The 1932R is an affordably priced addition to JLG’s scissor line, it says. Designed with this lower cost of ownership in mind, the 1932R is offering serviceability, reliability, and durability. It has all-steel swing-out component trays with a layout that optimises serviceability. The 1932R also features an improved battery charger that allows a technician to programme changes to optimise the battery being used. A simple, easy-to-maintain active pothole protection system with fewer moving parts and a new platform extension contribute to the lift’s features.

The new 1100SJ boom features extreme hostile package, a tailor-made platform for harsh environment applications. The 1100SJ allows operators to reach heights of 35.5m and lift 250kg unrestricted area load capacity. Speed is also a feature; the operator can lift the boom from ground to maximum height in two minutes. The steel covered powertrak and control panel, steel fuel tank and JLG special designed extreme hostile package are also included.

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