- Aerial work platform for construction, inventory management, maintenance and installation
- Lifts user and load to a working height of 25' 9" (6.02 m) for safely performing tasks up in the air
- Capacity of 350 lbs (159 kg) for lifting heavy loads
- Standard platform is 35" L by 29.5" W with sliding mid-rails for ease of access
- Zero turning radius for increased maneuverability
Genie Runabout, GR-20, Self-Propelled Electric Aerial Work Platform, Load Capacity 350 lbs, Lift Height 19' 9"
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The Genie Runabout GR-20 is an aerial work platform with a 25' 9" (6.02 m) maximum working height (19' 9" (6.02 m) platform height), a 350 lbs (159 kg) capacity and weighs 2,451 lbs. The GR-20 has a standard platform, auxiliary power to the platform for plugging in tools, a patented rigid mast system, and proportional lift and drive controls for safely moving the platform up and down.
Built-In Safety Features
A descent and tilt alarm helps ensure safe navigation of the lift, and a pothole protection mechanism helps to increase stability and prevent it from tipping over. With a low 15.5" platform entry height, users can easily step in and out of the GR-20 before and after use.
Easy to Maneuver
The vehicle can be driven when fully elevated, has a zero-turning radius, four non-marking solid tires, dual wheel brakes with a hydraulic release, and a 2.5" ground clearance.
24 V Battery Power with Automatic Charger
The GR-20 operates on 24 V power using four 6 V 225 Ah batteries and includes an automatic 25 amp battery charger (with a charge indicator).
Designed for Simple Operation and Maintenance
Additional features include forklift pockets for transporting with a forklift, tie down and overhead crane attachments, and an onboard diagnostic system for troubleshooting. Major electrical and hydraulic components are easily accessed through hinged rear covers for maintenance.
About Aerial Work Platforms
Aerial work platforms are used for a variety of applications including construction, maintenance and 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.
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