ANSI approval for LiuGong scissors

By Euan Youdale20 July 2020

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LiuGong’s scissior series.

LiuGong has received ANSI approval for its range of scissor lifts.

After obtaining European CE certification in August 2019, the S1930DE, S1930DH, S2646DE, S3246DE and S4046DE models have passed the newly-upgraded US ANSI standard requirements that came into force in June 2020. It means, LiuGong’s scissors products have achieved certification in all the major international standards.

LiuGong scissor lifts cover hydraulic drive and electric drive with a platform height ranging from 4m - 12m. They have adopted a modular and flexible, user-friendly design to meet the different needs of customers. The electric drive series is designed to be efficient, with high strong endurance, while the hydraulic drive series is characterised by its environmental adaptability.

The products from the Liugong AWP division are already widely used in a range of China-based applications, said the manufacturer, including in airports, railway stations, stadiums, shopping malls, workshops, warehouses, industrial and mining engineering construction and equipment maintenance.

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