Goman launches hybrid scissor range

By Euan Youdale12 March 2021

Goman hybrid range Gomans’s new hybrod scissor range was launched in January this year.

Goman Lift has launched a range of hybrid scissor lifts, with working heights from 10m to 16m.

Launched in January this year, the Chinese manufacturer said the dual-powered range of four models followed customer demands to solve the problem of a lack battery charging facilities on many worksites. The company has already delivered a number of units. 

The H5326, H5332, H5339 and H5346 models are powered by a 4.8kW Yanmar engine and a 225 Ah battery, which can be used independently.

The machines, for indoor and outdoor use, all feature curved pothole protection bars and proportional control. They are capable of working on event ground up to 3 degrees on the sides and 2 degrees at either end.

Goman hybrid series

Load capacities range from 230kg for the smallest model to 450kg on the largest and for up to two people in the basket. The platform length is 2.44m, while width is 1.27m.

The hydraulic drive and steering is at the front, while the brakes at the rear. The models also have a detachable cable controller and has four sets of forklift eyes. Four wheel drive is optional.

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