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BUILT SMALL YET


Ideal for low-level interior applications, the compact and durable Snorkel™


S3010E mini scissor lift can


open the door to hire opportunities within the FM and M&E sectors. Weighing just 495kg, this 3.0m self-propelled lift can be used on raised access floors, and is easy to manoeuvre thanks to intuitive ‘point and go’ joystick controls and a zero inside turning radius. Efficient direct electric drive delivers long duty cycles between charges, and the robust and reliable design results in low operating costs, with excellent weekly returns and high utilisation.


VISIT SNORKEL UK™ AT THE EXECUTIVE HIRE ROAD SHOWS


WEST & WALES 5TH DECEMBER


COMPACT SIZE WITH BIG RESULTS.


To arrange a demonstration, call Snorkel UK™ on +44 (0)845 1400 758 or view our entire product line at www.snorkellifts.co.uk


ALWAYS USE C.SCOPE PIPE & CABLE LOCATION TOOLS BEFORE YOU DIG.


Before and during any kind of ground penetrating works, Cable Avoidance Equipment should be used to protect against the risk of personal injury and damage to buried cables and pipes.


The C.SCOPE Cable Avoidance Tools are perfect for the hire industry: · Easy to Use. · Comprehensive Manual. · Latest Digital technology. · No periodic Calibration. · Automatic Daily Self Test. · Network Rail Approved. · Three Year Warranty.


For more info, please call 01233 629181 or email sales@cscope.co.uk


www.cscopelocators.com


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