06 November 2018, posted by Gary Pope
Access Equipment is common place on many job sites, fulfilling a crucial role that many companies would be lost without. As a result, renting access equipment has become a benefit that businesses often have to rely on for a vast range of reasons – they may not be able to afford the expensive machinery at the time, they may need to quickly replace a broken piece of equipment in order to finish a job, or they may prefer to expand their fleet during peak periods and return the machine during their offseason.
10 September 2018, posted by Gary Pope
If you want to access hard to reach places, there are a number of things you can do. You can get out your old rickety ladder, or you can use specifically designed access equipment. If you want to choose the option that is easy to use and safe for your team, you need scissor lifts.
23 August 2018, posted by Gary Pope
Operating a scissor lift doesn’t have to be dangerous, but it should be treated seriously and approached with caution. Our biggest piece of advice that we can offer (and this applies to operating any heavy machinery) is to always keep safety in mind whilst using any type of lift.
04 July 2018, posted by Gary Pope
With over 25 years’ experience, you can rest assured that you’ll be in good hands when you choose Liftech. We are experts when it comes to the provision of access equipment including forklift hire, boom lifts for rent, and scissor lift hire.
03 November 2017, posted by Gary Pope
We believe strongly in giving back to the community and to important causes, so are pleased to provide support for Challenge.
12 September 2017, posted by Gary Pope
Short term forklift hire is the process of hiring the machine for a relatively brief amount of time (generally a day or two through to a few weeks). But when should you consider this sort of hire and what sort of impact can it have on your business? In the list below, we have outlined 6 of the main reasons that could cause you to consider a shorter contract.
06 July 2017, posted by Gary Pope
This equipment consists of a platform that moves up and down. There is a railing around the platform that is designed to prevent workers from falling. When these lifts are extended and stationary, they serve a function similar to scaffolding (and, therefore, pose many of the same risks).
08 June 2017, posted by Gary Pope
Scissor lifts feature a stable working platform that is limited to vertical up and down movements. As such, they are often recommended for maintenance and cleaning tasks.
03 May 2017, posted by Gary Pope
At Liftech we are excited to be bringing you the latest in Knuckleboom technology with the Genie Z™-60/37FE Knuckleboom. It's arriving in August 2017 along with a huge list of features! Take a look...
01 May 2017, posted by Gary Pope
When carrying out electrical maintenance, particularly on commercial and industrial buildings, we often need to reach significant heights.