Skyjack launches high capacity 9241

02 April 2008

Skyjack will soon be launching a lower-height version of its SJ-9250 scissor. The new SJ-9241 will provide the same working platform dimensions as the 9250 but with a platform height of 41 ft rather than 50 ft.

The new machine is a derivative of the SJ-9250, using a scissor stack from the SJ 8841, which has a working height of 41 ft “It offers the same productivity advantage [as the 9250],” says David Hall, Skyjack's head of global product development, “but for lower buildings. It's a cost effective solution.”

The SJ-9250 scissor, described by Mr Hall as “the cladders choice”, has a maximum platform capacity of 2500 lb and a 24 ft long deck when extended.

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