The Genie S-80 high float (HF) and S-85 HF telescopic booms are designed to “float” on soft or delicate surfaces.
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The Genie S-80 high float (HF) and S-85 HF telescopic booms are designed to “float” on soft or delicate surfaces.

Photo courtesy of Genie

The Genie S-80 high float (HF) and S-85 HF telescopic booms are designed to perform heavy lifting tasks in sensitive ground conditions, such as sand and turf. Engineered to “float” on soft or delicate surfaces, the booms protect softer surfaces during operation that could be damaged by the more aggressive tread on regular rough terrain tires.

These new Genie HF models offer a dual lift capacity of 600-lb. unrestricted and 1,000-lb. restricted, giving customers the ability to work with up to three people onboard while still leaving room for tools and jobsite materials.

The new Genie S-80 HF and S-85 HF models also feature automatic envelope control, which is the ability to automatically retract as the booms reach their operating envelope. This feature allows for simple platform positioning and an enhanced operator’s experience. And, the Genie HF booms are equipped with a load sense cell that continuously checks the weight in the platform and limits the operating envelope to match the load chart, all while doing zero load field calibrations.

The Genie S-80 HF and S-85 HF booms also feature expanded working zone thanks to a chassis tilt sensor incorporated into the machines’ function.

The machines comply with the overhead restriction and terrain sensing guidelines in the new ANSI A92 and CSA B354 industry standards in North America.

The Genie S-80 HF and S-85 HF models are currently available in North America.