A-Series Articulating Boom Lifts
Snorkel's A-Series of articulating boom lifts dominate on the tougher job sites. These machinery combine amazing maneuverability with precision and power. These types of machinery are capable of reaching working heights of up to 85 feet. Moreover, they provide sufficient lift capacity to handle two people and their tools.
Snorkel is proud to offer superior class-leading articulated booms lifts with the excellent "up and over" capabilities and the powerful rough terrain drive customers have grown to expect. The proportional operating system is smooth and provides accurate control in times when you depend on it the most. Usually, articulating jibs that offer extra maneuverability are also fitted.
The 4-Wheel Drive Rough Terrain Lift is a quick and powerful equipment rated top of its class. This fantastic machinery provides a platform outreach of 24 feet, 11 inches and platform height of up to 46 feet. The A46JRT has been designed to offer supreme maneuverability in confined spaces. This model has an inside turning radius of just 32 inches. The boom functions with zero tail swing as well. The A46JRT provides a spacious platform which can accommodate 2 individuals with their tools. A 5 ft. jib could be fitted onto the 39 inch x seventy two inch platform to provide additional machine flexibility.
The AB60JRT is a well-built rough terrain aerial work platform. This model is designed for harsh environments and provides great maneuverability and fantastic lift speeds. The articulating boom offers platform height of up to 60 feet. What's more, this particular model provides superb "up and over."
The largest models in Snorkels articulated boom range are the A85JRT and the A08J. These models provide outreach of up to 61 feet and 11 inches and platform heights of up to 85ft. The A85JRT has a rotating jib design so as to provide maximum flexibility. Moreover, this particular model is equipped with 4WD and steer. These models offer excellent "up and over" reach abilities for fantastic aerial maneuverability.