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What are the Different Types of Lift Rentals?

A machine or device with an aerial platform supported by a vehicle-mounted extension is referred to as a lift. These lifts are valuable tools for professionals and are used in construction, maintenance, and renovation applications.

A lift is a versatile and powerful tool that is used in construction. They can move materials, access hard-to-reach places, and much more.

Lifts come in different specifications, depending on the application. AC&E has aerial boom lifts, towable articulating lifts, scissor lifts, telehandlers and duck-hoist lifts for rent. Renting the right lift for you has never been easier. 

How do I Choose the Right Lift Rental?

There are several factors to consider when selecting the right lift for a job. The lift height, overall dimensions, lift capacity, and the terrain the lift will be operating on will determine which lift is best suited to your needs.

  • Lift Height – It’s important to make sure the lift has enough reach to access the work area. 
  • Overall Dimensions – Some lifts work well in tight spaces and others do not. Being aware of the size and footprint of the lift will dictate which lift is most appropriate.
  • Lift Capacity – All lifts have a maximum carrying capacity. Making sure your lift can carry the weight of your material or workers is important.
  • Terrain – Being aware of the job site’s terrain will affect which lift you choose as not all are suited to rough or uneven ground.

What Else Should I Consider When Renting a Lift?

Once you’ve decided which lift will best suit your needs, further considerations need to be accounted for when renting a lift. These are the personnel requirements, safety & training, storage, and the power specifications of the lift.

  • Personnel Requirements – Most lifts are only able to hoist one person at a time. If your job requires multiple people to use the lift, this needs to be factored in when selecting the correct model.
  • Safety & Training – Some lifts require trained operators to be used safely. 
  • Storage – Most lifts don’t take up much space, but some require larger areas to be stored safely.
  • Power – Lifts can be powered by gasoline, electricity, batteries, diesel, or propane. Deciding which power option suits best is determined by the environment the lift will be operating in.
60ft articulating lift AC&E Rentals
60ft articulating lift, 55XA Okemos, AC&E Rentals