Boom Lift Hire from South West Tool Hire
South West Tool Hire supplies a comprehensive range of boom lifts to provide safe height access to a variety of industries. Whether you require a small electric boom lift, tracked spider boom or a 43m diesel boom lift, we can get you what you need.
Cherry Picker Hire
Boom lifts are also known by the name "cherry picker". If you're looking for cherry picker hire across Bristol or Exeter, give us a call.
Articulated Boom Lift Hire
When you need height access up and over obstacles, it’s an articulated boom lift that you need. These boom lifts combine height access with outreach and come in electric, diesel and bi-energy power options.
Telescopic Boom Lift Hire
Also called stick booms, telescopic booms allow you to reach farther and with greater lift capacity than articulated booms. Many are diesel powered and come with 4 wheel drive so can cope with tough ground conditions.
Electric Boom Lift Hire
Electric boom lifts emit zero emissions and are usually quieter (than diesel booms) so are suitable for use in and around sensitive areas where disruption needs to be kept to a minimum, such as residential and retail areas and office complexes.
Zero emissions mean they can also be used indoors as well as outdoors, increasing their versatility and removing the need for hiring multiple access platforms.
Diesel Boom Lift Hire
Diesel boom lifts are powered by diesel engines and suitable for use outdoors. They are a common sight on construction sites, providing height access on challenging terrain and able to easily traverse across the work site.
Bi-energy Boom Lift Hire
The term “bi-energy” refers to the fact that the boom lift is powered by both battery and an engine.
Bi-energy boom lifts are a good choice for work sites which require indoor and outdoor work as the power can be changed to suit the environment. They offer a degree of flexibility that electric and diesel only platforms don’t have.
Spider Boom Lift Hire
Spider boom lifts are so-called because of the outrigger configuration which looks like spider legs. These enable the weight of the platform to be evenly distributed across the ground to provide a safe and stable platform for the operator.
They are also known as tracked boom lifts as they are propelled using tracks instead of wheels. This makes these boom lifts incredibly agile, able to travel up and down slopes.
Another advantage of spider boom lifts is that they are often compact in size so can be manoeuvred around corners and through tight spaces.
Why hire from South West Tool Hire?
Our branches are located in Exeter and Bristol however we can supply boom lift hire across the UK. If you can't find what you're after on our website, please give us a call, we'd be happy to help.