BOOM LIFT HIRE MELBOURNE
Check out our reliable boom lift fleet available for hire.
34FT DRIVEABLE DIESEL KNUCKLE BOOM LIFT
- Fit for rough terrain driving and indoor use
- 4 wheel drive with Oscillating Axle
- Great horizontal outreach
- Diesel-powered boom lift
35FT TRAILER MOUNT BOOM
- Heavy duty trailer mounted cherry picker
- Robust steel platform with two man capacity
- Easy to use outrigger/boom safety interlocks
- For use on uneven or level ground
45FT DIESEL KNUCKLE BOOM HI-CAPACITY LIFT
- 5 ft (1.52 m) jib boom
- Active oscillation
- Self-leveling platform
- 160° Hydraulic platform rotation
- Proportional joystick controls
45FT DIESEL STRAIGHT BOOM HI-CAPACITY LIFT
- 15.56 m (50 ft 6 in) working height
- 11.02 m (36 ft 2 in) horizontal reach
- Self-leveling platform
- 160° hydraulic platform rotation
60FT DIESEL KNUCKLE BOOM HI-CAPACITY LIFT
- Oscillating Axle
- Non-Marking Tyres
- Generator including
- AC Outlets to platform and ELCB
- Swing-Out Engine Tray
Boom Lift Hire in Melbourne Made Easy
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Hiring A Boom Lift
Boom lifts are aerial work platforms that provide the same function as scissor lifts. They provide access to hard to reach places and heights, indoors or outdoors. However, boom lifts hold a bigger advantage than its counterpart because they can reach under and over versus reaching vertically and horizontally. Renting a Boom lift is a very common practice across many business and industrial sectors. Spending a great deal of money to purchase a boom lift is not an option that most companies take because of several reasons. First, frequency of use may not outweigh its purchase cost. Second, the upkeep of boom lifts add to higher operating expenses. Third, firms may just need a temporary access solution while their in-house equipment undergoes repair. Renting a boom lift may be the most cost-effective choice that you can make for your firm. Before deciding on a boom lift hire, you need to ask yourself these questions to determine which kind of boom lift is best for you.
Some Questions You May Like To Ask Before A Boom Lift Rental
Boom lifts are available in different sizes, hence, they also have varying weight capacities depending on the model. Different work purposes can also determine the weight capacity of the boom lift that you need. Eastern Access Group Melbourne's boom lifts have a maximum platform capacity of 200kg and 230kg.
The working height of a boom lift will always be dependent on its brand and model. Large telescopic boom lifts can reach up to 54m in height! At Eastern Access Group, we offer robust boom lifts that have working heights of 12.3- 12.6 meters.
From rocky outdoor terrain to smooth warehouse floors, lifts can work in a variety of conditions. There are three main aspects to consider if your lift will be used in rough terrain: tyres, gradeability, and drivetrain. Always seek for a boom lift with 4WD, all-terrain tires, and the ability to take the steepest hills on your job site if the ground is especially uneven or difficult. If the lift will be extended on terrain that isn't perfectly smooth, outriggers for increased stability are another fantastic feature to consider. Luckily, Eastern Access Group has boom lift hire than can be used for level and uneven ground. Check your work requirements and see what suits you best!
You must finish a nationally recognized training course with a Registered Training Organisation before operating scissor lifts or other EWPs in Australia (RTO). This normally entails an EWP Operator Ticket for scissor lifts (Yellow Card). This applies to platforms with a height of less than 11 meters. If you're using a boom lift that's longer than 11 meters, you'll need a High Risk Work License (WP Class) that's valid across Australia .
Eastern Access Group Melbourne's access hire operators are licensed and are legally allowed to operate aerial work platforms. We prioritise safety for our clients and employees at all times!
Boom lifts are powered by several sources such as electricity, diesel, or gas. Larger models of boom lifts are powered by diesel while smaller boom lifts are fueled by gas or propane. The most powerful self-propelled booms are those powered by diesel engines. This allows operators to work at extremely high altitudes (up to 58.57m) and can run all day without refilling. It is important to remember that any boom lift that is fueled by gas must be used in areas that have very good ventilation in order to avoid intoxication.
Eastern Access Group's boom lift hire are both diesel-powered. Before you refuel your boom lifts, remember to double-check whether it is gas or diesel to avoid inconveniences.
Questions To Ask When Hiring a Boom Lift
• What are the ground conditions in the work area?
• What are the site conditions travelling around the site?
• What is the working height needed for the job?
• What is the up and over outreach required for the job?
• Do you need an extension lead outlet in the platform?
Applications For a Diesel- Powered Boom Lift
• Facilities maintenance
• All maintenance and construction work
• Factory fit-outs before electrical power is connected