- Material lift with steel forks for construction and industrial applications
- One-speed manual winch for lifting loads to a maximum height of 12' 11" (3.94 m)
- Capacity of 650 lbs (295 kg) for lifting heavy loads
- Lift weighs 225 lbs (102 kg) for applications with weight limitations
- Lightweight telescoping aluminum mast for portable durability
Genie Superlift Contractor, SLC- 12, 650 lbs Load Capacity, Lift Height 12' 10", Load & Transport with Single User
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Specifications for this item
|Load Capacity||650 pounds|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||12 months parts / 12 months labor|
|Maximum Lifting Height||155 inches|
|National Stock Number||3960-01-528-1916|
|Number of Items||1|
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The Genie SLC-12 Superlift Contractor is a heavy duty material lift for construction and industrial applications with a 12' 11" (3.94 m) maximum lifting height and a 650 lbs (295 kg) capacity.
Easy Lifting, Loading, and Maneuvering
The SLC-12 has a standard base with steel forks for lifting loads up and down, non-marking 4" (10 cm) front casters, 5" (13 cm) rear casters with side breaks, and a rear transport wheel assembly. The Superlift has a hold-down bar to secure the aluminum mast during transport, glide rails for easy loading, and can fit through standard doorways.
One-Speed Manual Winch
Power is provided from a one-speed manual winch, which requires 8.5 cranks per foot (27.8 cranks per meter).
About Material Lifts
Material lifts are used for lifting a variety of loads such as installation of electrical fixtures, ducts, drywall, ceiling panels, and overhead sprinklers, among many others. For industrial use only.
About Genie Industries
Genie Industries, a subsidiary of Terex Corporation, was founded in 1966 with the introduction of the Genie Hoist, a portable pneumatic material lift. Genie is headquartered in Redmond, WA, and manufactures a variety of lifts, booms, light towers, and telehandlers.