World’s tallest scissor unveiled

UK access rental specialist Hire Safe Solutions has partnered with Dingli to unveil the world’s tallest scissor lift - the Dingli 3730HRT.

Hire Safe Solutions - Dingli Hire Safe Solutions and Dingli co-created the Dingli 3730HRT.

Boasting an unprecedented working height of 37m, the machine was developed between the manufacturer and Hire Safe Solution’s CEO Gerard Jennings. 

The custom-built lift meets the demanding requirements of the modern industry, and, said Jennings, is set to revolutionise the way high-altitude work is approached.

“Having worked on the idea for the past three years, it is incredible to see the machine in person for the first time,” explained Jennings. “Our great relationship with Dingli has allowed us to bring to the market a machine that is not only the tallest scissor currently on the market but also tailored specifically to meet the needs of our clients. Huge respect and thanks to Dingli, delivering with the quality and efficiency we have come to expect.”

Hire Safe Solutions - Dingli

The first units of the 3730HRT are expected to arrive in Europe by the end of the third quarter of this year, with over 20 units scheduled for delivery by the end of the second quarter of 2025. 

Key Features of the 3730HRT:

  • Drive at height capability at full 37m
  • Platform capacity: 750kg, (four persons) 
  • Four-wheel steering for enhanced manoeuvrability
  • Automatic platform extension deck of 2.25m
  • Platform size of 7.46m x 2.80m (9.71m x 2.80m with deck extended)
  • Rough terrain non-marking tyres make it suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications.
    Dingli overhauls slab scissor line New range updates previous offering with comprehensive upgrades 

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