ReachMaster debuts track-based scissors

By Lindsey Anderson14 July 2015

The new Bibilift scissor distributed by ReachMaster is the first of its kind in the U.S.

The new Bibilift scissor distributed by ReachMaster is the first of its kind in the U.S.

ReachMaster has unviled its newest product offering - a track-based scissor lift with working heights of 25 feet, 11 inches.

The Bibilift 26-BL is "the genius combination of a small scissor stack on a track-based chassis [that] presents a complete new range of use for a much safer and more efficient way to get the job done than ever seen before," the company said in a statement.

The scissor lift features single door/gate access and both a 220v electric motor and a Honda gas engine. It has proportional controls, weighs 4,400 pounds and includes bi-leveling which allows the machine to be set up and reach full height on sloped or uneven ground without the use of outriggers. Bi-leveling can be achieved up to 25 degrees of gradeability and the adjustable tracks can accomodate a 21-degree side slope.

The Bibi 26-BL is suited for a variety of applications including general rental, construction, landscaping, tree care, park maintenance, window cleaning, building maintenance, vineyards, solar park installations, agriculture and more.

The Bibi 26-BL is the tallest unit in a series of nine track-based scissor lifts providing 13- to 26-foot working heights.

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