Snorkel is a leading global manufacturer of aerial work platforms. Its comprehensive range of aerial lifts provides safe and efficient working at height, from 12 to 126 ft. Tracing its roots back to 1946 in California, Snorkel has a proud heritage of finding practical solutions to safely working at height. Snorkel invented the first self-propelled scissor lift more than three decades ago and that spirit of innovation continues today. Snorkel is constantly finding new solutions to working at height and new ways to enhance the safety and productivity benefits enjoyed by customers the world over.
Browsing the displays at industry trade shows this spring, it was easy to spot the predominant trends in aerial product designs. Two in particular stand out: boom lifts with working heights over 180 feet, and hybrid scissor and booms.
The Pop-Up Push Eco Series push-around scissor liftis designed for low-level access and can easily pass through a standard doorway.
Platform heights of 5 ft. 3 in. and 8 ft. 2 in.
Lightweight and compact
Versatile, simple to use and easy to...
Available in 2014
The S1030E self-propelled mini-scissor lift can be driven at full height and has a skid steer system for a zero inside turning radius.
10-ft. maximum platform height
DC electric drive train
Rated for indoor use only by one...
NOT AVAILABLE YET
The 90-in.-wide S6090RT twin-deck, rough-terrain construction scissor lift has a 1,250-lb. lift capacity and a 60-ft. platform height.
Standard dual deck extensions offer a nearly 24-ft.-long work area when fully extended...
This event, held Oct. 24-25 in Orlando, FL, drew a host of equipment suppliers who exhibited a varied selection of products to a collection of buyers including some of the biggest names in the rental industry.
Whether you already specialize in aerial rentals or are simply considering dipping your toes in those waters now that the rental market is in full recovery mode, it’s important to get a sense of where this segment of the industry stands and where it...
Snorkel is expanding the workforce at its production facility in Elwood, KS, by 30 percent this year. Within a week of announcing the U.S. recruitment drive, the company received more than 150 job applications.