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Different Kinds of Aerial Lift
A particular kind of heavy equipment which allows an individual to be lifted into the air is aerial lifts. These machinery are usually used to complete repairs on areas that are high up in the air such as on roofs, near street-light fixtures and power lines. Like nearly all devices, there are various types of aerial lifts that can be utilized to carry out various jobs. For the utmost safety, every kind of different kind of machinery needs proper training and specific certification prior to operation.

Scissor Lifts
Scissor lifts are often referred to as Genie lifts. They are considered the most basic form of aerial lift. These lifts are made of a platform that is lifted up using pneumatic power and are mainly utilized for indoor applications. Normally, scissor lifts are the safest kind of lift models. When totally compressed, these scissor lifts are capable of being driven like big carts. Normally, when the platform is extended, they are not able to be driven for safety reasons. Before anybody can use these tools, employees must be licensed as operators.

Boom Lifts
Compared to a scissor lift, boom lifts are a lot more complicated pieces of aerial lift machinery. A boom lift has a wide base to be able to keep the lift anchored. It utilizes a jointed arm that has a bucket on the end of it. There is a control box situated in the bucket that allows the operator to lower and hoist the bucket. As the arm of the boom is jointed, it can move from side to side too. The boom lift resembles a metal scorpion's tail. Traditionally, it is utilized in outdoor construction applications. The boom lift is considered to be more risky to operate than scissor lifts, therefore, operators should be certified separately for these types of lifts.

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