Elevated platforms are commonly used in the construction industry or warehousing, where easy access is required to higher stories, in order to transport materials, equipment, or goods for storage. In order to help you identify the various types, and to choose which may be perfect for you, here are some of these elevated platforms.
These work platforms are interesting in their working mechanism. They are able to drive themselves, usually with the help of tracks laid down for it. Moreover, these units are ideal in situations where they have to be moved during job. These may be powered by fuel, electricity or both, and are the most common type of a scissor lift platform.
- Stick Boom lift
These platforms are interesting as, unlike the typical vertical lift platform, these actually extend horizontally. These lifts offer great movement, as they not only extend sideways but can also provide some height. Furthermore, these liftscome with a caged platform for safety, and are operable in rough terrains.
- Mast Lifts
These lifts are a type of a “cherry picker” lift which provides operations such as those of a boom lift. These are perfectly suited for retailers, offices and public buildings, due to their ability to operate in small spaces, and busy environments. These lifts offer great height with safety, offering a caged platform. They are ideal for operations in narrow aisles and are perfectly safe.
These elevated platforms are some of the most commonly used platforms, with a variety of applications based on their design.