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Considerations when renting a aerial truck
When choosing an aerial truck, it is important to consider first the amount of weight you will need to be lifting. Different trucks and lifts will have different carrying capacities, so make sure the one you choose is capable of holding and lifting the weight you need to move. You also need to think about the length of the arm and the height at which the workers will need to reach. Consider your particular location and where you will have to park the truck to ensure that the lift arm is going to be adequate. You may also need to consider buying or renting ground mats to use with the equipment to lower risk of electrocution.
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Terex T292 34-35' NON-INS AERIAL 4X2

Telescopic Aerial Device Designed for telecommunications and lighting and sign maintenance applications, this non-insulating aerial device offers easy ground platform access for operator convenience ...
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Telsta T36C (1999 GMC C6500)

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Terex Hi Ranger 5TC-55MH

Side Mounted 24" x 30" x 42" One-Person Platform Platform Capacity of up to 600 lbs. (272.2 Kg) Continuous Unrestricted Worm Gear Rotation Category "C" Rate Per ANSI A92.2 ...
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Terex 5TC55 55-60' INS AERIAL 4X2

Terex® Hi-Ranger Aerial Devices are known throughout the industry. They come with a long history featuring quality and innovative design and features.  ...
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Terex TL60M 65' INS AERIAL 4X2

Terex® Hi-Ranger Articulating Telescopic Aerial Devices Features Side-Mount Two-Person Platforms Platform Capacity up 600 lbs (272 kg) Find your model and configuration that best fit ...
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Terex TC55P 55-60' INS AERIAL 4X2

Our Telescopic Aerial Devices are available in a number of mounting configurations with numerous options. ...
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Terex 5048 48-52' 6X4

The Commander 5048 Digger Derrick offers up to 48.6 ft (14.8 m) of sheave height in the TM Winch configuration and 48.0 ft (14.6 m) in the Boom Tip Winch Configuration.    Its digg ...
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Versalift VST 471 MH (2016 Dodge 5500)

Boom Information Make: Versalift Model: VST-47-MH Working Height(ft): 52 Classification: Insulated ...
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Elliott G50F 55-62' NON-INS AERIAL 4X2

Elliott’s G50F HiReach features a 55-62' working height and a 40″ x 60″ two-man work platform with a 600 lb capacity. TECHNICAL SPECS WORKING HEIGHT  55' / 16,7 M ...
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Terex LT40 42-45' INS AERIAL 4X4

Terex Telescopic Aerial Devices are available in a number of mounting configurations with numerous options. ...
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MTI A4-45 (2000 GMC C7500)

Equipment Sheave Height: 45ft ...
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Altec DM47

The DM47 is the work horse of the derrick industry, and comes in all mounting configurations.  The DM electric/hydraulic control system gives the operator ultimate control with a standard high/lo ...
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Features of aerial trucks

aerial truck rentalThe vehicle has a platform and a lift, which can raise one or more workers up to work on power lines and more. This lift will often have a control system on it for moving the arm into the proper position. Sometimes, there will be controls on the interior of the truck as well. The lift arm can vary in height and maneuverability based on the model.

How aerial trucks work

It is important to remember that only trained operators are allowed to drive and operate these vehicles. The actual truck part of the equipment works just as any other truck would work. It is easy to drive into different locations. However, the truck also has a lift on the back of it, and the truck driver is typically going to operate the lift. Many times the bucket on the lift will have controls as well. Even when renting the vehicle, it is important to comply with all safety and inspection regulations. Check the lift before using each day to make sure it is in good working order, for example.

About aerial trucks

One of the most important items for those working on power lines has to be the aerial truck. These vehicles make it possible for the drivers to maneuver into position and then lift workers and equipment up to the lines. Being in the bucket makes it much safer for those who are working on the lines.

Aerial Truck Applications

  • Power lines
  • Construction

Aerial Truck Manufacturers

  • Aero-Lift
  • Altec
  • Arm Lift
  • Dur-a-Lift
  • Elliot
  • ETI
  • Manitex
  • Pitman
  • Stamm
  • Terex
  • Utem
  • Versalift

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