Mechanical and powered access is a key element within the SGB Hire product range. Mast Climbing Work Platforms (MASTCLIMBERS™), personnel and material transport hoists, suspended access platform cradles and Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPs) can all offer specific advantages over more traditional access systems for projects of all types.
Our design teams will work with you to devise an access arrangement that is practical, cost-effective and highly efficient, drawing from our entire range of powered and non-powered access systems.
Transported directly to the ideal working height
The powered MASTCLIMBERS, hoists, suspended cradles and aerial work platforms are quick to set-up or install and allow personnel, tools and materials to be transported quickly to the ideal working level. They create minimal obstruction above or below the access platform and leave the work face clear for other operations.
Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPs)
Our versatile range of Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPs) are ideal for short duration tasks. Our rental fleets of powered access units are maintained in house.
Whatever type of MEWP you need, we will always find the machine best suited to your job.
Our service offers a complete, continually updated range of platforms which provides a choice of;
- Articulating booms
- Scissor lifts
- Telescopic booms
- Truck and trailer mounted booms
Overcoming any access challenge
Our mechanical systems have been employed on some of the most challenging projects. It is here that our designers’ skills and experience are most clearly demonstrated:
- Irregular building profiles
- Inclined elevations
- Overhangs and confined spaces
- Obstructions or restrictions at ground level
- Complex industrial plant
- Specialist applications such as shipbuilding, glass installation and electricity line crossings
Proud member of IPAF
We have been a proud member of IPAF (the international powered access federation) for over 25 years and are constantly striving to help the industry improve its health, safety and operating record.
Please visit www.ipaf.org for more information.