Genie Z-45 HF
The Genie® Z®-45 HF high float telescopic booms are designed to perform heavy-lifting tasks in sensitive turf conditions, such as sand and turf ground conditions. Engineered to “float” on soft or delicate surfaces, the Genie Z-45 HF booms protect softer surfaces during operation that could be damaged by the more aggressive tread on regular rough terrain tires.
This new generation of Genie HF booms retain the productivity features that enhance customers’ ability to get work done quickly, including:
- A virtual pivot primary boom that aligns the machine’s center of gravity for lower machine weight
- 16,050 lb (7,280 kg) on the Genie Z-45 HF model
- 4WD and positive traction drive maintains equal power to all drive wheels
- 45% gradeability (stowed) for driving on slopes
- 160˚ platform rotation and non-continuous rotation turntable for quick, precision positioning
Boom Lift Genie Z-45 HF
Max Forward Speed
4.5 mph / 7.24 km/h
8 ft 5 in / 2.57 m
Load Body Width
600 lb / 272 kg
What can you do with an
Articulating Boom Lift Genie Z-45 HF
- Agriculture tasks like harvesting and moving hay bales
- Picking up goods and transporting them
- Hoist heavy loads of products, produce, and more.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Q. How much time until my rental is delivered?
It depends on where your job site is. In most cases, we can deliver any machine throughout Texas on the same day or next day. If your project site happens to be further into the interior of BC, or on one of the islands near Texas, we can provide you with an estimate for when your delivery should arrive.
Q. What’s the advantage of renting a teleloader over renting a regular wheel loader?
Teleloaders and telehandlers generally have a much higher reach than a standard wheel loader. For many job sites, a teleloader will serve the same function as a wheel loader (or even an excavator), however if your project requires working at great heights, we recommend a telehandler.
Q. What kind of insurance do I need for my teleloader/telehandler rental?
Heavy equipment insurance is required on all rental products, no matter where they come from. Get a hold of your insurance provider and let them know you need heavy equipment insurance, which is sometimes called contractor equipment insurance, or fleet-truck insurance. Tell them that you’re renting a teleloader and let them know how long you’re renting it for. They will likely be able to create a policy for you right away, or they can usually recommend a heavy equipment insurance provider in your area.
We provide quick delivery on all skid steer loader rentals, excavator rentals, compact excavator and mini excavator rentals, and compact track loader rentals throughout Texas. See our delivery rates and our daily, weekly, and monthly rental rates for more details.
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