As it kicks off its 60th anniversary celebration this year, Snorkel introduced two new telehandlers and a narrow rough terrain scissor lift at World of Concrete 2019 in Las Vegas.
The two new telehandler models offer larger capacity: the Snorkel SR9244 and SR1054. The SR9244 offers a lift capacity of 9,260 lbs., a maximum lift height of 44’4”, and a forward reach of 31’2”, and the larger SR1054 delivers a lift capacity of 10,000 lbs., a maximum lift height of 53’9”, and a forward reach of 41’4”.
Snorkel also unveiled the S2755RT, a new narrow width compact rough terrain scissor lift that can be easily transported between jobs on a trailer towed by a car or commercial vehicle.
Alongside the two new telehandlers, Snorkel is displaying the SR5719 telehandler, as well as a selection of popular Snorkel lifts, including the recently launched Snorkel 660SJ mid-size telescopic boom lift, the A46JRT and AB60J articulated boom lifts, material lifts, and a range of electric slab and rough terrain scissor lifts. Snorkel will also be showcasing its rebuild capabilities at World of Concrete with a Snorkel TB42 that has been fully rebuilt on one half of the machine, to illustrate the difference.
Sharing a 9,500-sq.-ft. outdoor booth with sister company, Xtreme Manufacturing, Snorkel can be found at booth #O30099 in the Silver Lot at World of Concrete 2019.
For more information on Snorkel, including details on the new models, visit www.snorkellifts.com.