Looking to buy a used boom lift? Learn more about factors to consider when buying a used boom lift.
This guide highlights general features and specifications of a Boom Lift, a machine bidadoo recently sells on auction. We have boom lifts available from many of our locations across the country including: Washington, Oregon, California, Utah, Colorado, Arizona, Oklahoma, Texas, Florida, and Indiana.
What is a boom lift?
A boom lift and scissor lift are two familiar types of aerial lifts, in which they both allow you to reach higher access points standing from the elevated work platform. What’s unique about a boom lift however, is that it can extend both horizontally and vertically. These lifts are often operated from the work platform and are able to be manipulated through their hydraulic joint system.
Pictured: 2016 JLG 860SJ 86' 4WD Diesel Telescopic Boom Lift
What is the difference between an electric and engine powered boom lift?
Boom lifts are one of the most common types of equipment used for constructing maintenance on elevated difficult to reach areas. An electrical powered boom lift can be used for both indoor and outdoor jobs. An engine powered boom lift can only be used outdoors, containing bigger tires and a more durable frame set.
Pictured: 2010 JLG E400AJPN 40' Electric Articulating Boom Lift
What are Popular Boom Lift Models?
Some popular boom lift models include:
Genie Lift - S-40 & S-45, S, 450AJ
JLG Lift - 400S, 460SJ, 600S
Skyjack Lift - A46JE, AB80J
What are some General Features of a Boom Lift?
Boom Lifts may include the following:
- Power to platform
- Proportional controls
- Hydraulic jib
- Hydraulic platform
- Onboard generator
What are the General Specifications of a Boom Lift?
Boom Lifts may include the following general specifications:
- Drive Type: 4WD
- Height: 20-60’
- Horizontal Reach: 56’
- Tire: Form Filled