Compare 19 ft. vs. 20 ft. Scissor Lift Models

Compare 19 ft. vs. 20 ft. Scissor Lift Models

At Above All Equipment, we understand that selecting the right scissor lift for your project can be daunting. That’s why we’re here to help simplify the process. Whether you need a lift for heavy lifting or something more standard, we have a range of options to suit various needs.

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The 19 Foot vs. 20 Foot Scissor Lift: What’s Best for You?

Scissor lifts are essential tools in many industries, providing safe and efficient access to heights. But when deciding between a 19-foot and a 20-foot scissor lift, the differences go beyond just a foot of height.

  • Height and Length Differences: The 20-foot model not only offers an extra foot in height but also extends about a foot longer than the 19-foot model.
  • Weight Capacity: This is where the 20-foot truly stands out. With a weight capacity of 850 to 950 pounds, it almost doubles the capacity of the 19-foot model, which supports 500 to 550 pounds. This makes the 20-foot lift ideal for tasks that involve heavier loads or multiple workers.

Availability and Accessibility

We maintain a robust inventory of both 19-foot and 20-foot scissor lifts. With several 19-foot lifts always in stock and at least one or two 20-foot models, we ensure that we can meet your needs promptly.

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Ready to Elevate Your Work?

If you’re ready to secure a scissor lift for your next project, or if you need more guidance on which model fits best with your project’s demands, contact us on our website or through social media. At Above All Equipment, we are committed to providing top-quality equipment and exceptional customer service to help you achieve new heights safely and efficiently.

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