Snorkel calls its new 2100SJ “mega boom” the world’s largest self-propelled boom lift. The new
model has a maximum working height of up to 216 feet and a horizontal outreach up to 100 feet,
providing a working envelope with an area volume of 5.48 million cubic feet. Shown as a
preview at CONEXPO/CON-AGG 2020, the new model can be ordered now with deliveries
scheduled to commence in early 2021.

Snorkel is also is unveiling a “mega scissor” lift at the show. The new Snorkel S9070RT-HC is
the first in a family of four new ultra-high capacity, large-deck construction scissor lifts, which
will be introduced through the remainder of 2020, with lifting capacities up to 4,000 pounds.
With a maximum working height of 76 feet and a lift capacity of up to 2,000 pound, the
S9070RT-HC is equipped with dual-powered extension decks and a platform with an area of
29,160 square inches.

Snorkel also is launching a line of three large deck-construction scissor lifts with working
heights ranging from 39 feet to 59 feet, including the mid-size S9043RT with a maximum
working height of 49 feet and a lift capacity of 1,500 pounds.

In the electric slab scissor lift family, Snorkel is expanding its range and lifting height with the
introduction of the new S4740E, the largest electric slab scissor lift offered by the company, with
a maximum working height of 45 feet, 5 inches and measuring just 47 inches wide. Ideal for
working in tilt-up warehouse spaces and confined high-rise indoor spaces, says Snorkel, the
S4740E is the company’s first lift to be offered with a choice of either hydraulic or electric drive.

Weighing 6,825 pounds and with a lifting capacity of up to 550 pounds, the S4740E shares the
same features and benefits of Snorkel’s existing electric slab scissor lift family, says the
company, including saloon-door style entry gates, “inside-out” access to key components for
easy servicing, and a fixed upper control box with integrated power outlets.

At CONEXPO/CON-AGG 2020, Snorkel also is showing new lithium-ion electric powered
models, alongside the lithium-electric Snorkel Speed Level that was launched in November

2019. The company will be previewing a lithium-ion electric compact rough terrain scissor lift,
as well as a lithium-powered compact telehandler, the new Snorkel SR5719E.

In the mid-size telescopic boom lift range, Snorkel is showing two new innovations to its
existing 400S/460SJ and 600S/660SJ models, including an All-Terrain package for the
600S/660SJ telescopic boom lifts that features four independent rubber tracks for use in difficult
terrain, or in applications requiring a low ground pressure.