Each IQ LIFT has been designed with safety and convenience in mind. Small and robust, these mobile elevated work platforms are easy to maintain and help users comply with the Work at Height Regulations (WAHR) 2005.
Small and lightweight enough to be moved around manually, the IQ LIFT has swivelling wheels that make it easily manoeuvrable around any site.
Measuring just 120cm x 75cm, IQ lifts have been cleverly designed to be a convenient solution for working at height in the smallest and most awkward of workspaces.
The IQ LIFTS range includes the first low-level push-around machines built with intelligent safety and monitoring, bringing the technology of large, high-level scissor lifts to a convenient, low-level solution.
IQ LIFTS conform to the highest safety standards, making them the obvious choice for low level access. Each lift includes leading edge safety features such as interlock buttons that prevent the platform from being accidentally raised or lowered and the lowering interrupt feature that gives personnel time to clear the area around the scissor lift to avoid injury.
Built with a hydraulic scissor lift, the IQ LIFTS range has a capacity of 240kg with room for a single operator and their tools. For those regularly working at height, IQ LIFTS are ideal, with low costs of ownership and straightforward maintenance. There’s also a two year warranty for peace of mind.
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Manuals, warranties and specifications for the IQ LIFTS range are available to download here
Learn more about the PRO IQ LIFT access solution and download the user manual for more information.
Learn more about the PRO IQ LIFT access solution and download the parts manual for more information.
Learn more about the PRO IQ lift low-level access solution and download the Specification Sheet for more information.
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