Rough terrain scissor lifts provide secure aerial work platforms that allow construction, maintenance, and industrial workers to reach elevated work zones...Show More
Rough terrain scissor lifts provide secure aerial work platforms that allow construction, maintenance, and industrial workers to reach elevated work zones. Scissor lifts are characterized by a wide base that supports an elevated platform that itself can carry several workers at once. Interlocking struts underneath help support a stable, flat surface.
The base of the lift has heavy duty tires that allow it to maneuver on uneven surfaces, with some models capable of handling slopes of 50%, making it far superior to a ladder. These types of scissor lifts are best for outdoor tasks with limited space. They come in both electric- and diesel powered versions and can rise between 26 and 50 feet. Check out the FAQs below to learn more.
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The makes/models shown are examples only and equipment delivered may differ. Contact customer support to check on the availability of specific makes/models.
A rough terrain scissor lift rental price largely depends on the location and availability, which can fluctuate, and on how much vertical height you want. A 26-foot model costs the least at about $154 per day, $409 per week, and $1,008 per month. In comparison, a 50-foot model costs about $379 per day, $891 per week, and $2,187 per month.
The rough terrain scissor lifts we offer at BigRentz are four wheel drive and can extend either 26 feet in the air, 32 feet, 40 feet, or all the way up to 50 feet. Keep in mind the max working height for each model is a little bit higher than that (32 feet, 38 feet, 47 feet, and 53 feet, respectively).
Most of our scissor lifts have a lift capacity of 1,500 pounds, though some go up to 2,250 pounds. Check the spec sheet for the lift you’re interested in renting.
Rough terrain scissor lifts are good for outdoor job sites where there is a lot of uneven terrain or steep slopes. They can also operate better in inclement weather than other types of scissor lifts. However, the type of power source they use should also factor into your decision: