As you’ve probably seen by now, LGH has many tools you may not have known we rent. Among them are full lines of material and contractor lifts from Sumner™ and Genie® that are invaluable tools on site. Material lifts can provide a metaphorical extra set of hands, allowing you to set material in place while keeping your hands free to secure it. Let’s take a look at some of the most practical uses and contractor types for material and contractor lifts.
- Electrical Contractors
- Industrial Maintenance
- HVAC Contractors
- Steel Erectors
- Facility Maintenance
Each has numerous uses for these lifts in their operations. Easily operated by a single person and capable of hoisting, lowering and moving heavy loads, these lifts are exceptionally versatile.
Most Common Uses:
- Sumner Material / Contractor Lifts (up to 1,100 lbs):
- Installation of HVAC
- Hoisting ductwork into place
- Utilizing forks to tilt up equipment
- Loading and unloading of materials or equipment
- Genie Super Hoist (up to 300 lbs):
- Positioning the load securely overhead while keeping hands free to secure any of the following (to name a few):
- Drywall and ceiling panels
- Nearly any square or flat load
- Sumner Roust-A-Bout (up to 1,500 lbs):
- Fitting into tight spaces that would be inaccessible to other lifts
- Hoisting up to 1,500 lbs with precision up to 25’ high
- Maneuvering heavy pipe and other cumbersome objects for easy placement
For more details on these products, we recommend checking out our blog: What Do You Know About Material Lifts.