Snorkel is highlighting its zero emission high reach solutions at the 2022 edition of the CRA Rental Rally which opens today at South Point Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Representing a family of nine lithium-ion battery powered lifts, Snorkel is displaying the fully electric SR5719E compact rough terrain telehandler on its 1,600 sq. ft. (148sqm) booth. Delivering full 4-wheel drive performance and up to 6 hours of continuous use per charge, the SR5719E provides a true zero emission alternative to traditional internal combustion models.

Powered by long-lasting, maintenance-free lithium-ion batteries, the Snorkel SR5719E also reduces dust generation on the jobsite, and is significantly quieter than its diesel powered equivalent. Capable of lifting up to 5,700 lbs. (2,600kg), the SR5719E reaches a maximum lifting height of up to 19 ft. (5.79m), and with its compact dimensions and high-grip, non-marking tires can easily navigate confined spaces both inside and out.

The Snorkel range of lithium-ion battery powered lifts also includes five compact rough terrain scissor lifts, two Speed Level sigma lifts, and an articulated boom lift, the Snorkel A46JRTE. All models are designed for rough terrain applications with powerful 4-wheel drive, but can also be utilized for interior work thanks to zero emissions and low noise.

Alongside the SR5719E, Snorkel will be showcasing some its battery-electric slab models, including the Snorkel TM16E telescopic mast lift and the S3219E and S3226E electric slab scissor lifts. The S3219E on display at the show is the 10,000th Snorkel S3219E electric slab scissor lift produced at its Elwood, Kansas manufacturing facility in December 2021.

Other popular models at the show will be the Snorkel 460SJ diesel-powered mid-size telescopic boom lift, fitted with a Kubota 24.9hp engine as well as a Snorkel UL40 push-around mast lift.