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Athena scissor lift

Introducing the Athena to Duralift’s fleet

Athena scissor lift

Athena scissor lift

Duralift is introducing the first of it’s kind in Australia to our fleet – the all new Athena 850 bi-levelling scissor lift, capable of reaching a working height of 8 meters.

It’s compact dimensions, reduced weight, easy handling and efficiency even at maximum working height are some of the features these units offer and why they are extremely practical, versatile and easy to operate.

Now you don’t have to wish for a compact all terrain scissor lift anymore – it is here and even better than you imagined!

Check out the details of this little beauty here: Athena Introduction

Watch it in action here

Specifications

8 m working height

Bi-levelling undercarriage

250 kg load capacity

1950 kg total weight

Minimum width 1300 mm

Max Slope 25˚

Automatic levelling on 2 axis

Description

The Athena 850 is a unique bi-levelling, compact scissor lift designed with a multitude of applications in mind. Construction sites, agriculture and facilities maintenance providers now have access to one of the most versatile and safe access machines in the world. A platform capacity of a 250 kg and working height of 8 meters means that two men can get up and get to it. The Athena is simple to control and extremely adaptable to difficult and undulating terrain indoors and out. Their structure has been designed to resist overload thanks to high resistance steel lifting mechanisms. Athena lifts include a 220V-2.2Kw motor pump which makes it possible to operate the machine indoors or in areas where the use of petrol engines are not allowed. The 220V current generator enables the operator to use electric tools at heights so there is no need for local power sources and associated leads.

Ideal Usage

Tradespeople, Orchards and vineyards, Landscapers, Facilities maintenance, Painters, Arborists

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