Our scissor lifts provide vertical access for working at heights safely. They are versatile platforms that are suitable for both indoor and outdoor workspaces. They allow you to reach high levels so that you can work securely - ideal for any inspection, installation, maintenance, cleaning, and decorating jobs. Our Pop Up Products scissor lifts have 2.5m platforms, offering a 4.5m maximum working height. The 1010mm x 520mm platforms have non-slip surfaces, secure swing gates, toe guards, and sturdy steel guard rails. They also have a small working footprint for access in confined spaces. They have a safe working load of 240kg so that they can lift one person with tools and equipment comfortably. These efficient electric scissor lifts can rise to their maximum height in just 24 seconds and comply with the safety requirements of the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC taking guidance from the European Standard BS EN280:2001 and A2:2009 Mobile Elevating Work Platforms.
We supply electric scissor lifts from Genie, Skyjack, JLG, and other reputable manufacturers. Our varied selection offers robust lifts for rough terrain and unfinished flooring. We also have machines with extending platforms for a better outreach, and large lifts with safe working heights of up to 18.5m. Whatever you need, enquire online or over the phone for a competitive scissor lift hire quote. We offer nationwide availability plus fast, reliable, and convenient delivery to any worksite.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much is a scissor lift for a week?
Scissor lifts can vary in price depending on the size of lift you require. We have lifts ranging from 4.5m to 18.5m working heights. You can easily book your scissor lift online through our store. What is the smallest scissor lift you can get?
How safe is a scissor lift?
When used properly, scissor lifts provide a safe and reliable platform for workers carrying out tasks at height. It is vital workers use scissor lifts with care to ensure they are safe.
Do you need a harness for a scissor lift?
According to IPAF’s official statement, 'It is not normally necessary for personnel working from a vertical lift to wear fall protection equipment, other than in exceptional circumstances. '
Can I use a scissor lift on grass?
Yes, you can. You’ll need a rough terrain scissor lift to do this. As the name suggests, rough terrain scissor lifts are ideal for use on dirt, grass and gravel.
Do you need a license to use a scissor lift?
In the UK, you do need a license to operate a scissor lift. This is because of the potential risks posed by working at height. You can book training for working at height through our website.