used scissor lifts

There are endless uses for scissor lifts! It might be easier to say what scissor lifts are not used for, but we will list a few uses anyways.

Scissor Lift Uses

Some of the most common uses for scissor lifts are changing light bulbs, painting, hanging drywall, hanging plumbing, hanging signs, and so much more!

Businesses that Use Scissor Lifts

Scissor lifts are commonly used in sports arenas, churches, schools, construction, malls, etc.

Why Buy Your Own Scissor Lift?

Renting a scissor lift can be expensive! Though it might seem like the more adorable option at first, think about all of those costs adding up over the years. Buying a used scissor lift from Above All Equipment Sales ends up being much more cost-effective and easier for you in the long run.

Learn More About Above All Equipment Sales

If you are constantly renting scissor lifts to reach those high-up places or if your current scissor lift is not cutting it, contact us today to learn more about our inventory!

How Long Does It Take for a Scissor Lift to Charge?

Looking to charge a scissor lift? All scissor lifts are slightly different, but the main rule of thumb is allowing your scissor lift to charge for at least 6 hours before you can get the full life out of it the next day.

Scissor lifts are designed to be able to be used throughout the day and charged each night or every other night depending on usage.

It’s also important to keep in mind that your scissor lift is not meant to be driven for the full 8 or so hours of your workday. The battery is used when you are operating the machine, so when you’re driving it and when you’re raising and lowering the platform.

Learn More About Scissor Lifts

If you are interested in learning more about your scissor lift, or if you are looking for an affordable and reliable aerial life like a scissor lift, telehandler, or boom lift, contact us today!