Most of our aerial work platforms can be rented from any Boels branch. A number of spider-leg and truck-mounted aerial work platforms which have the Boels Aerial Work Platform pictogram are only available from these specialised branches.
Thanks to their compact size and low fixed weight, these machines are the ideal solution for interior and exterior delicate jobs, such as car parks, churches and atrium interiors. Boels Spider-leg aerial work systems are all equipped with Bi-engine drives. This means there is a combustion engine in addition to the 230 Volt drive so you will never be out of power. Naturally, spider-leg aerial work systems are also available with non-marking tracks.
At Boels, you can choose from our extensive range of telescopic and articulated truck-mounted aerial work platforms with operating heights up to 27 metre; a category B driving licence is required. Ideal for short-term use or for use at different sites when fast relocation will lead to greater efficiency, as is the case, for example, with pruning work and the maintenance of neon advertising signs or public lighting.
If you want to rent this equipment, remember to take account of:
When using an aerial work platform, it is important for you to be familiar with the functions and operation of the machine. It is important for you to be aware of all the possible risks. If you take a Boels training course, you will learn how to use an aerial work platform safely and how you can limit the related risks.
If you would like to know more, please order the free training course brochure.
Would you like to know more about using truck-mounted aerial work platforms? Our specialists would be glad to advise you.
A = Articulating boom
E = Electrical drive
S = Scissors
P = Personnel lift
J = JIB
T = Telescopic boom
D = Diesel drive
R = Rough terrain (4x4)
C = Caterpillar tracks
B = Petrol-driven
H = Horizontal movable jib arm