Genie telescopic S-booms have working heights of 14.20 meters to 40.15 meters and a horizontal reach of between 9.65 meters and 24.38 meters. Compared with other aerial work platforms, telescoping booms have a a range of horizontal reach that is much greater. Genie telescopic booms are engineered with consideration to being able to access confined places during construction and industrial applications. They are also known for their ability to maneuver through a job site rapidly and with great drive speed and traction. The platform turns 160Ã?Â° hydraulically and is able to stay level through the whole range. Front-entry platforms come with 227 kilogram to 272 kilogram capacity for tools and operators and are available from 1.83 meters to 2.44 meters. Continuous, 360Ã?Â° rotating turntables provide operators easy, quick positioning.
The Z-135/70 unit has a telescoping jib, called the Jib-Extend, that goes from 3.66 meters to 6.1 meters. This unit can also reach 110Ã?Â° vertically to give the user the ability to reach tasks which were previously unreachable by conventional jibs. A secondary reverse-articulating boom on the Z-80/60 unit gives the user 8.83 meters of over and up reach. This feature enables over and up reaching jobs to be done with zero front arm swing.
The Fast Mast System built by Genie allows for time to be saved when both secondary and primary booms platform has to either be lifted or lowered without needing to lower the secondary boom. The Fast Mast system allows both booms to be elevated fully at the same time. Both of these features of the Genie Fast Mast system reduces the time needed for users to descend and ascend, increasing both production and efficiency.