Skyjack debuts RT scissor in Germany

By Dan Colombini09 December 2021

Skyjack has introduced its largest rough terrain scissor lift to the German market, with the first customer being rental company Wocken. 

Stumpf presented the SJ9664 RT at a construction site in late September.

The SJ9664 RT was recently unveiled for the first time in the country to meet growing urbanisation and the demand to reach higher platforms.

The unit has a working height of 21.34m. Using an axle-based four-wheel drive system and the company’s Smartorque technology, the machine is desigened to optimise the balance of engine horsepower, torque and hydraulics.

What are Skyjack’s largest scissor lift’s features?
It has a smaller Tier 4 Final Kubota engine while delivering the same on-site job performance as higher-powered units, according to Skyjack . It also includes features, including a reinforced scissor stack for increased rigidity, simplified e-lowering, and an on-board diagnostic display.

Andreas Stumpf, sales and operations manager for Germany and Austria at Skyjack said, “We’re excited to debut the SJ9664 RT in Germany and honoured that Wocken, one of our closest customers, is the first to carry our new product.

“Our largest full-size rough terrain scissor lift is the direct product of data analysis, customer feedback, and industry trends that is sure to meet the needs of customers and increase their ROI.”

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