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How To Choose Your Most Suitable Material Lift For Hire

Material Lifts for Hire make high reach jobs more accessible and safer, reducing workplace accidents. However, knowing how to choose the most suitable Material Lift for hire is the key benefit to enhancing your project. Here we’ll explore this topic in further detail so you can ensure that you choose the best material lift rental for your project.

1. Check the maximum load and height capacity

Before taking a Material Lift for hire it is important to check the maximum load you will need to carry on the equipment as well as the height you need to reach. There is a vast range of compact and lightweight material lifts able to load up to 399 kg and reach up to 7.99m.

2. Choose your most suitable power source for your Material Lift for hire

Depending on the force you require to lift the load, you will need a manual Material Lift or a powered Material Lift for hire. The first option will require an operator to manually turn a winch to lift the material to the required height. The second available option is a powered Material Lift uses Co2 or Compressed Air to lift the material making it easier and safer for the operator when they must deal with heavier loads.

3. Study the environmental conditions of your project

Material lifts without stabilizers must be operated on flat surfaces. Working on an incline can make the material unsteady and at risk of tipping or dropping. Other
environmental factors can also impact the use of a Material Lift including things like, wind current. If you have a requirement to work on an incline, consider the model you select and ensure they have supporting outriggers to stabilize the material lift before lifting any object.

You should also contemplate if it has to be operated on soft terrains, like grass or uneven ground, as the models selected may become unsuitable for that particular environment.

4. Consider another type of access equipment if it does not meet your requirements

If your project doesn’t meet the proper requirements to use a Material Lift, plenty of other options may achieve your goals. Pallet Jacks, Forklifts or Telehandlers may be a good alternative. Just investigate your project conditions to choose the most suitable equipment for your project.

Telehandler

Forklift

Pallet Jack

If you require a material lift rental, you can rely on us. We specialise in material lifts for hire and any other access and material handling equipment you could need. Call us today, and our Access Hire team will be ready to answer any of your queries or questions. You can also visit our website and filter the different equipment we offer to find the most suitable equipment for your project.

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