It can be difficult to determine which equipment is suitable for your industrial operation because there are so many aerial lift designs available. Understanding the needs and specs of each hydraulic lift will help you choose the one that is most appropriate for the application you have in mind.
Any equipment used to elevate personnel that is mounted on a vehicle is called an aerial lift. Extendable boom platforms,
• Aerial ladders
• Articulating boom platforms,
• Vertical towers, and
• Any combination of the aforementioned.
On many construction sites, aerial lifts have taken the place of ladders and scaffolding due to their flexibility and mobility. Metal, fiberglass-reinforced plastic, or other materials could be used to make them. They may be electrically or manually controlled, and whether or not they have a rotational capability along a largely vertical axis, they are regarded as aerial lifts. Scissor lifts, boom lifts, and telehandlers are the three basic types of aerial lifts. Despite their apparent similarity, they each have a distinct function and are most appropriate for particular jobs and settings.