Changing safety standards around the world have resulted in the release of updated scissor lifts and booms from Genie. The updated machines are designed to meet ANSI and CSA standards by adding new load and terrain sensing, indoor and outdoor modes, and other features.
Genie - A Terex Brand
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About Genie - A Terex Brand
Genie, a Terex brand, is a leading global manufacturer of aerial lift equipment, including Genie® S® telescopic, Z® articulating and TZ™ trailer-mounted booms, GS™ slab and rough terrain scissor lifts, GTH™ telehandlers, aerial work platforms, material lifts and vertical mast lifts. Genie also offers a variety of jobsite support equipment, including Terex® and Genie light towers, and a full line of options and accessories, designed to increase operators' productivity in the field. Genie equipment is used in a variety of industries and applications worldwide, including rental, aviation, construction, entertainment, government and military, industrial, as well as warehouse and retail.
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Genie's S-40 and S-45 telescopic booms have been updated to incorporate Genie Xtra Capacity (XC) features. The new Genie telescopic S-40 XC and S-45 XC booms now offer a dual-lift capacity of 660 pounds (300 kg) unrestricted and 1,000 pounds (454 kg) restricted, giving these aerial lifts the ability to perform a wider range of heavier lift tasks on construction and industrial jobsites. These models can work with up to three people in the platform while still leaving room for tools and jobsite materials.
In support of OSHA's upcoming National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction week, May 6–10, Genie is sharing new resources that raise awareness about the safe use of mobile elevating work platforms (MEWPs) in the aerial access industry. The new Genie "Safe Use Plan Guidance" whitepaper provides tips for creating a safe use plan when operating MEWPs. The Genie "Big Changes" music video highlights important information on MEWP operator and occupant training requirements.
Prior to the introduction of mobile elevating work platforms (MEWPs) in the 1970s, construction industry professionals relied almost exclusively on ladders and scaffolding to access major work at height projects. In the decades since their introduction, MEWPs have become increasingly common, but the question still surfaces: is a MEWP or scaffolding the right choice for my jobsite?
Genie positive air shutdown system now available for booms and telehandlers equipped with Deutz Tier 4 Final engines
Genie booms and telehandlers are now available from the factory "rental-ready" for industries and applications requiring positive air shutdown, including uses on oil and gas, mining and indoor factory jobsites. To prevent diesel engine runaway in sensitive work environments, the new modern Genie positive air shutdown system meets the strictest jobsite requirements and global environmental standards.
As part of its bauma 2019 product lineup, Terex Aerial Work Platforms (AWP) will be showcasing the new Genie GS-4655 scissor lift. The latest addition to the brand's large electric slab scissor lift family, this new eco-friendly machine comes in a compact, lightweight package and combines maximized productivity with increased battery runtime and reduced service costs. Equipped with the latest generation of fully sealed AC electric drive motors for excellent efficiency, it is suitable to meet the demands of indoor and outdoor access tasks. This new model will be available globally in Q3 2019.
The new ANSI A92.22 standards for Safe Use and ANSI A92.24 standards for Training carry with them some major changes and substantial additional requirements for training, with new requirements for supervisor training. To help jobsites be in compliance when the new standards go into effect in December 2019, the Genie Lift Pro Online MEWP Supervisor Training Course is now available. This course was developed specifically for supervisors and meets all of the requirements set forth in the new standards.
High-capacity telehandlers offer high lift and lifting capacity and are a more maneuverable option than cranes for moving and lifting materials around the jobsite. With a wide variety of attachments for handling materials from pipes to pallets, these machines are primed for work on construction sites, industrial applications, working in the oil and gas and mining industries, and stockpile management.
Developed in direct response to rental customers' unique business needs, the new Genie Lift Connect program is a telematics offering focused on actionable information, flexibility and transparency. No matter what size of aerial equipment fleet – from 10 to 10,000 machines – equipment management is something that rental stores do every day. From knowing how equipment is performing or how often a piece is being utilized to where each unit is or when it is ready for maintenance, machine data can provide a lot of insight to rental businesses. Genie Lift Connect solutions will be available in North America in early 2019, in EMEAR (Europe, Middle East, Africa and Russia) by mid-2019 and globally in 2019-2020.
The world is changing; rental businesses are using data to operate faster and more efficiently than ever before. As time goes on, data will become more and more powerful in the rental industry. To help rental stores better understand how data can create value and drive business growth, Genie invites customers to ask questions and get answers about accessing, utilizing and leverage data during its upcoming "Ask Me Anything" (AMA) event, January 29 to February 1, 2019. The event will start with a special announcement on January 29th at 1:00 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT, streaming on the page, with the AMA following immediately after. Ahead of this event, Genie encourages customers and key stakeholders to watch a brief video presentation, which can be accessed through the .
The new ANSI A92.22 standards for Safe Use and ANSI A92.24 standards for Training published on December 10, 2018, and everyone must be fully in compliance within one year. To help equipment owners and operators be in compliance by December 10, 2019, Genie has updated its operator training programs to meet the requirements in the new standards:
- Genie Lift Pro Online Operator Training Program
- Genie Lift Pro Train the Trainer courses
- Genie Lift Pro classroom-based operator training courses
Innovations shape our world, every day in many ways, and the staff at Heavy Equipment Guide want to acknowledge their importance in the world of construction-related equipment. As a result, we have created this new annual feature. Our goal is to illustrate the range and scope of advances, from earthmoving to paving, aggregates, lift, maintenance, training, wearables and others. These innovations offer advantages from doing the job faster, more accurately, more safely, more comfortably or more efficiently, to improving maintenance or providing a better ROI. The editors' selections are drawn from our coverage during the year. The selection was not always easy as there are many worthy innovations but we hope the diversity of the ones shown provide an appreciation of the vast amounts of time and money which manufacturers spend developing innovations, large and small, that make our lives better.
Anticipating an increase demand for used aerial equipment in North America, Genie has expanded its used equipment team to support customers' needs and market growth. Led by Mitch Ely, Genie Director of North American Services, Terex AWP, the team includes Kevin Spencer, Marcy Lemin and Scott Sensenbrenner in the field and is supported by a dedicated used equipment inside sales team at the factory.