Bucket Truck Inspections


Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks

Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks Bucket Trucks



Telescopic Combination Boom
Material Handler Sign Cranes
Articulated Platform Trucks
Bridge Snoopers Stability Test
Dielectric
Telescopic Crane Inspections
Industries including telephone, cable, security and overhead crane inspectors will use this type of boom. They are generally non-insulated and rarely exceed 35’ in working height.

Manufacturers include Versalift (pictured), Altec, Lift All, Telsta, Duralift, and Telelect.
Conventional Crane Inspections

Combination Boom
This boom is similar to the telescopic boom except it incorporates a short articulating lower boom. The short lower boom gives the operator extra height while limiting the extreme side reach that would create a center of gravity problem.
These boom rarely exceed 45’ and can usually be mounted on a lighter truck. Manufacturers include. Elliott (pictured), Altec, Telsta, and Versalift
Material Handler
Adding a light duty jib crane to the tip of a bucket truck enables the worker to hoist materials up to his work area and can act as an extra set of hands as well. Typically used in the electrical construction industry for lifting and positioning items like transformers while fastening them to utility poles, the material handler option can be added to articulating, telescopic and combination boom. Manufacturers include Altec, Telelect, Holan, Pitman and Versalift.

Sign Cranes
Used primarily in the sign business, these booms will sometimes incorporate a light duty crane and also a ladder.

Manufacturers include Elliott (pictured), Sponco (pictured), and Radocy (pictured)
Articulated Crane Inspections
Workers generally use these booms in the electrical utility or arborist trades. They come in both insulated and non-insulated versions.

Manufacturers include Altec, Terex, Holan, Telelect, Reach-All, Pitman, Lift All, Hi Ranger, Versalift, Telsta and Teco.


Platform Trucks
The platforms are generally large and offer a work area that will exceed that of a bucket truck. You will usually see these lifts used in tunnels and under bridges.

Manufacturers include Challenger Towers and Aerolift.
Bridge Snoopers
We inspect a wide variety of lattice boom cranes on crawlers and trucks as well.

Typically we see Manitowoc, Link Belt, P&H, Bucyrus Erie, American, Terex and Northwest.

We need an image here
Stability Test
The Digger Derrick was designed for a specific use. It is essentially a crane that comes with a hydraulic driven augur to dig holes in the ground for setting poles. Some models come with pole claws, which assist in setting poles in the ground. This truck gives the operator the ability to plant poles in the ground, unassisted. Manufacturers include Altec, Terex, Texoma, Pitman, and Atlas.
Dielectric
Some cranes just don't fit into the major categories. Pictured here is a National boom attached to a Timberjack.


It is used for high-line work in the worst terrain.