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Push Around Single Man Lift Rental (3)

A push around single man lift, also known as a personnel lift, is a type of specialized aerial work platform (AWP) designed to move its passenger safely between different heights or levels in a building...Show More

A push around single man lift, also known as a personnel lift, is a type of specialized aerial work platform (AWP) designed to move its passenger safely between different heights or levels in a building. It generally has a reach of 15 to 50 feet.

When not in use, a push around manlift’s extendable legs collapse, measuring between 5 to 6 feet tall and 2 to 3 feet wide. It’s compact and easily movable, weighing in the range of 200 to 400 pounds, safe for use on fragile floors.

Common settings where push around vertical mast lifts are used range from maintenance tasks, like ceiling work and HVAC ductwork, to camera and lightwork for photographers and videographers, to small residential jobs where a stepladder isn’t safe to use. They’re ideal for jobs that require extended work in tight, elevated locations. Check out the FAQs below to learn more.

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15 ft Single Man Lift Push Type

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20 ft Single Man Lift Push Type

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30 ft Single Man Lift Push Type

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FAQs

How much does a push around single man lift rental cost?

The cost to rent a single man lift fluctuates depending on the location and availability but typically ranges fromabout $57 a day to $578 a month. A 15-foot push around single man lift costs about $57 per day, $169 per week, or $407 per month to rent. A 30-foot push around single man lift costs about $113 per day, $266 per week, or $578 per month to rent.

How high does a push around single man lift go?

Push around man lifts can range from 15 to about 50 feet in reach. BigRentz has rental options for man lifts that can reach 15 feet, 20 feet, and 30 feet. These man lifts are optimal for indoor projects and are meant for one person.

What type of push around vertical mast lift do I need for my job?

If you’re working independently on a small-scale indoor project that requires a reach of 15 to 30 feet, like ceiling repair, HVAC ductwork, light installments, warehouse work, and wall work, a push around vertical mast lift is probably ideal for you.

If the scope of your work is different, you might want to consider one of the two other types of manlifts. In addition to the push around manlift, the other types include:

  • Atrium (belt) man lift: Use an atrium man lift if you have a project that requires you to go into hard-to-reach places, like around trees, power lines, or other obstructions, or if you need to work on unsteady ground, like dirt, sand, or mud.
    Its articulating jib allows for more maneuverability than the push around single man lift, and it can be used for a wider scale of project sizes, from small to large construction projects, repairs, and renovations. Atrium man lifts also have higher reach, with working heights from 50 feet to 106 feet.

  • Drivable single man lift: If your project has an even smaller scope and involves something that a ladder could more or less reach, you might only need a self propelled man lift, rather than a single man lift. Driveable single man lifts provide the stability that a tool like a ladder lacks while also being smaller than push type manlifts, making them easier to use for small-scale construction or maintenance projects.

What is the difference between a push around vertical mast lift and other aerial lifts?

While all aerial lifts are similar, providing access to areas through height and reach, each has its own unique function. Push around vertical mast lifts are one type of aerial work platform. Here are the other two main types and how they compare:

  • Boom lift: While man lifts generally have vertical reach, limited to moving up and down, boom lifts have the options of articulating or telescopic arms, meaning they can move both horizontally and vertically. They can also go higher than manlifts on average, with diesel options ranging from 30 to 210 feet in reach.

    They also tend to have larger platforms and are able to support more than one worker. On the downside, boom lifts tend to be more expensive. A push type 30-ft single man lift rental costs $113 for the day, but a 30 ft articulating boom lift rental costs $210, and a 40-ft telescopic boom lift rental will run you $257.

  • Scissor lift: Like boom lifts, scissor lifts can also fit multiple workers, but, like man lifts, they’re vertical only. They range in nearly the same height options as manlifts, with reach between 10 and 60 feet, so a scissor lift can be a good option if you need a few more people on the job and a slightly higher reach height.

    They’re slightly more expensive than man lifts, but less expensive than boom lifts. A 32-ft electric scissor lift rental costs about $154 a day, just over the $113 daily man lift rental cost.

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