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Scissor Lifts for Sale (22,617)

Elevate your work to new heights with our diverse selection of scissor lifts for sale. Designed to provide a safe and efficient way to perform tasks at height, our scissor lifts are perfect for construction, maintenance, warehouse operations and more. 

For our full list of scissor lifts, view the items below. For more information about scissor lifts, visit our resource section.



FAQs About Scissor Lifts

United Rentals carries used scissor lifts for sale from trusted manufacturers, including Genie, Haulotte, Hy-Brid Lifts, JLG, MEC and Skyjack. Used scissor lifts for sale from United Rentals range from 8-foot-high platforms to 70-foot-high platforms and from 30 inches to 68 inches in platform width. With no time limits on getting a job done, no rental agreements and no managing return dates, buying a used scissor lift definitely has its advantages. Learn more about the types and sizes of scissor lifts in our Project Uptime article

Learn more about our scissor lifts in our FAQ section below.

How long do scissor lift batteries last?

Scissor lift batteries can last several years with proper maintenance and efficient equipment use. By removing corrosion and routinely testing and monitoring the equipment, scissor lift batteries can last up to three times longer than improperly maintained equipment.

Do I need a license to operate a scissor lift?

Yes, OSHA requires all scissor lift operators to be trained and certified before operating a scissor lift. Scissor lift risks include falling, tipping and colliding with obstacles. Therefore, every operator needs to know how to use the controls safely, inspect the scissor lift and complete basic functions before working on the jobsite. Sign up for one of our scissor lift certification courses today to receive hands-on equipment training.

How often do scissor lifts need to be inspected?

Routine inspections are of vital importance for scissor lift safety and maintenance. How you use the equipment determines how often inspections are needed. Every 90 days or 150 hours of use, whichever comes first, is the standard for lift inspections. Users should not allow 13 months to pass since the last inspection. United Rentals offers equipment service and inspection of owned equipment to keep your fleet maintained.


Scissor Lifts in Action