Dingli introduces larger deck scissors

By Euan Youdale04 March 2022

Dingli JCPT3225RT The Dingli JCPT3225RT

Dingli has launched larger deck versions of its 32m working height rough terrain scissor lifts.

Based on the manufacturer’s original 32m JCPT3214 electric scissor, the new units are the diesel-driven JCPT3225RT and electric JCPT3225DC, with wider width, larger load and greater power.

The JCPT3225DC electric model has a 1,000kg basket capacity, an increase of 250kg compared to the JCPT3214.

Equipped with a 6.20m x 2.45m platform, the length of the deck can reach 2.1m using the single extension deck button at any time. The unit also offers 4x4 drive and steering. In addition, there is a one button leveling function

Dingli JCPT3225DC Dingli ‘s JCPT3225DC electric version

The JCPT3225RT diesel model is drivable with its maximum load of 1,000kg, and has the same basket dimensions and capabilities as the electric version, along with the 4x4 drive and steer. The machine achieves a gradeability up to 40%,

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