Z-62/40 Articulating Boom


April 13, 2016 - Equipment

<p>Genie Z-62/40 articulating boom with optional four-wheel steering. <em>Photo courtesy of Genie</em></p>

The Genie Z-62/40 articulating boom is now available with three new options: four-wheel steering, the Genie TraX track drive system, and a Deutz 74-hp turbocharged Tier 4F diesel engine. These options allow the Genie Z-62/40 boom lift more versatility to work in indoor and outdoor applications based on the work environment, terrain, climate and the job.

The four-wheel steering option on the Genie Z-62/40 boom enables operators to get to and from work areas efficiently, even over rough terrain, and provides additional maneuverability around the jobsite. Four-wheel steering provides operators with the ability to steer the front wheels and the rear wheels at the same time, resulting in improved steering responsiveness and precision, a smaller turning radius and increased maneuverability in tight or limited access areas.

When working on a site with mud, sand, snow, or gravel, or just generally soft underfoot conditions, the Genie Z-62/40 TraX machine is built for the job. It can be used in most applications like a wheeled machine, allowing operators to maximize utilization on jobsites.

The Genie Z-62/40 articulating boom is available with a new 74-hp Tier 4F Deutz TD 2.9 water-cooled, 4-cylinder inline engine that boasts cooled, external exhaust gas recirculation with turbocharging. The engine utilizes a DVERT oxidation catalytic converter (DOC), which provides the boom lift with power as well as the ability to work more efficiently in higher altitudes.

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