Articulated Booms Diesel or Electric
Articulating booms are normally used for maintenance and installation job, and pruning work. These booms will range anywhere from 33 feet to 130 feet. Powered by either diesel fuel of electric, they can get around certain obstacles because of their geometry and their long reach. Several models of articulating booms are able to negotiate tight areas thanks to chassis size. These models are less than 20 meters and their chassis have adapted to enable rotation in the clearance of the vehicle.
Lightweight Self-Propelled Booms
Lightweight self-propelled lifts could work at heights from 55 feet to 61 feet and provide low ground pressure for sensitive surfaces. These lightweight self-propelled booms are meant for concrete work, landscaping and interior uses.
Vertical Masts for People Elevation
The platform ideally, are on vertical masts and used to reach hard to reach places. The masts can climb strait up to a height of approximately 13 feet to 26 feet. Mainly utilized for maintenance work and warehouse inventory, they can be utilized for both outdoors and indoors operations. They have white tires which do not leave any marks and respect all kinds of floor surface.
Scissors for People Elevation
Haulotte scissor lifts provide big platforms ranging from 53 feet to 15 feet. These industrial equipment are useful in various fields. For instance, they are usually found in Public Works, Construction and cleaning facilities. These models are also used for events. They are great for accessing tight spaces because of their compact size. For outside applications, some are equipped with Rough Terrain diesel for outside applications. For interior applications, there are models that are silent and electric. The range for platform capacity is from 230kg to 1,000kg depending on the model.
Telescopic Booms for Working at Height
The telescopic booms have speed and long reach abilities making them an ideal choice for maintenance sites, construction, demolition and large scale decorating jobs or hanging objects.