Dingli launches wide versions of its biggest scissor lift
1 Mar 2022
New JCPT3225DC and JCPT3225RT models increase chassis width over narrow version by over a metre to 2.5m while also offering wider, extendable deck with 1t of capacity
Dingli has launched the wide versions of its biggest scissor lift model, in the form of the JCPT3225DC and JCPT3225RT, which increase the width of the previous model it is based on from 1.4 metres to 2.5m.
With a similar working height of 32m as the JCPT3214DC slab electric models the company unveiled in January, the new models utilise the same scissor stack but mounted on a 2.5m wide chassis with four-wheel direct electric drive on the DC model and Hydraulic wheel motors on the RT. Rough Terrain non marking tyres and four- wheel steer are standard on both.
The other major differential between these models and the narrows is the wide deck – now 6.2m by 2.45m when retracted. A powered 2.1m roll out deck extension is available which extends the deck length to 8.3m. Platform capacity on both main deck and the extension is 1,000kg / four people.
Power comes from a choice of an All Electric 80V/520Ah high-capacity lithium battery pack, or a Deutz Stage V diesel. Drive at full height is possible on both models, while the levelling jacks feature a ‘one button levelling’ function.
Overall height when stowed is 4.13m, which can be reduced to 3.19m when lowered. Total weight is 23.4t for the diesel/RT or 23.9t for the DC model. The gradeability on the electric drive machine is 30% while the diesel RT is 40%.
In addition, slightly shorter 28m working height versions are also available – the JCPT2825DC JCPT2825RT. Most of the performance characteristics remain the same, including the 2.1m deck extension, but overall stowed length is just under 6m, while they weigh in around 4t lighter.
The diesel JCPT3225RT has the same performance as the DC but is 500kg lighter with a little more gradeability.
In terms of deliveries, the previously announced Narrow models are likely to start being delivered globally next month, while these new wider Rough Terrain machines - both diesel and electric drive - will probably begin to be delivered from mid-summer, Dingli said.