Scissor Lift for Utility Vehicles

The UTX Scissor Lift from Innovative Equipment is a portable scissor lift made for UTVs. The UTX comes in two sizes—18’ to 19’ working height. The UTX features a four-jack design for on easy-on and easy-off adaptor for mounting in less than 3 minutes.

The UTX Scissor Lift is self-contained and does not draw its power from the utility vehicle.

It has a two man/600 lb capacity. The working platform is 60” x 30” or 60” x 44”. The unit features easy manual leveling and can be leveled to lift on uneven ground up to 12 degrees. Electric jacks are optional.

The unit has built-in safety features to prevent misuse or use in unsafe conditions. The UTX Scissor Lift is designed, manufactured and tested to ANSI Standards—to be stable to better than five time the ANSI requirements.

Here’s a video of the unit at work: 


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