The boom lift, also known as an articulating boom, is a crane or aerial work platform with extendable horizontal arms. It is often operated by one person and can articulate or maneuver in tight spaces.
The Articulating Boom Lift is safe and easy to use. You do not need a license or training to operate this equipment, and any person of legal working age can operate the machine. The electric telescoping boom lift doesn’t require operators to climb high heights when inside buildings. This machine is designed for indoor use, meaning it does not hurt the environment when used in an urban area. The articulating ladder work lift has safety features such as sensors, AI-enabled camera guidance systems, dual braking systems, and stability mats ideal for hazardous conditions, including wet surfaces and heavy load capacities up to 10 tons per 20 ft section.
The electric articulating boom lift is a great choice for job sites that require long or heavy loads and confined spaces. The boom lift is equipped with safety features, including sensors, AI-enabled camera guidance systems, dual braking systems, and stability mats, which make it ideal for hazardous conditions. This machine can be operated by anyone of legal working age, saving time on training and licensing requirements.
To use an electric articulating boom lift, you should first ensure that the machine is on level ground. If necessary, raise the stabilizing mat before loading and unloading. Make sure that the load capacity of the machine is higher than what needs to be lifted. Lower the stabilizing mat and press the carriage release button to lower the boom. To raise a heavy load, push and pull on the cable. Simply walk underneath and pull up on the lifting cable for lighter loads until it reaches its maximum height.
1. Check that the machine is on level ground.
2. Raise the stabilizing mat before loading and unloading.
3. Make sure that the machine’s load capacity is higher than what needs to be lifted.
4. Lower the stabilizing mat