Hy-Brid Lifts delivers first ZT-1630 order

March 2020
Hy-Brid Lifts delivers first ZT-1630 order

Hy-Brid Lifts, the leading provider of high-quality, low-level access equipment, delivered the first order of ZT-1630 lifts to Advantage Rental Inc, a division of Scott Electric. The ZT-1630 is part of Hy-Brid Lifts’ Zero-Turn Series, which was recently introduced as part of their next generation of low-level, all-purpose lifts. The rental centre placed an order for the new models soon after their release and has since experienced positive customer feedback.

“I jumped on the opportunity to order the new models from Hy-Brid Lifts because I was so impressed with their previous lifts,” said John Ganiear, Rental Manager, Advantage Rental Inc. “The ZT-1630 features fit the specific needs of our customers in many industries, and these lifts fill a gap that we hadn’t previously offered in our lineup.” Hy-Brid Lifts designed the ZT-1630 for precision manoeuverability, featuring a zero-turn radius and a simple point-and-go-style drive. Advantage Rental customers often require precise, compact lifts, as they work primarily in the electrical contracting, plumbing and mechanical contracting industries. The ZT-1630 weighs 1,785 pounds and lifts up to 650 pounds, which is typically more than enough for one operator and required materials. The lift delivers a 16-ft platform height and a working height of 22 ft.

“Our customers are doing everything from changing light bulbs in hospital hallways to installing overhead pipe or electrical line,” Ganiear said. “They need a lift that’s compact enough for small hallways and elevators, and the ZT-1630 is just that. These lifts do not require folding rails, something a lot of competitive models require. Customers ask for lifts without folding rails, and have been impressed with the Hy-Brid model.”

The ZT-1630 is a safer and more secure alternative to a traditional mast lift, and meets all ANSI A92.20 standards. The scissor stack supports the weight of the platform with four points of contact while mast lifts are supported by only one point of contact. The lift also provides the operator a larger work area than standard mast-style lifts.

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