Tracked Access Platforms
Tracked aerial platforms – also known as spider access platforms – are specifically designed to work where other kind of MEWP are unable to (confined spaces, passing under a door etc…). To allow boom lifts to access areas that traditional cherry pickers can’t all of our tracked platforms feature dimensions compact enough to enter buildings through standard single or double doorways.
The tracked access platforms are highly manoeuvrable, featuring compact dimensions and short overall length, the tracked chassis can be turned in a very tight space and can typically turn in an area not much wider than its own length.
This spider lifts can extend up to 17,7m (58 ft), which is a very important aspect for all Arborist’s, maintenance work, painting applications and rental companies. These tracked access platforms have the ability to move around and be deployed on unstable or fragile grounds thanks to their track systems and their four lightweight outriggers. You won’t need to worry about hot or cold climates in spider lifts, as they can operate in most temperatures. (Although it can be dangerous to work outside during stormy or extreme weather conditions. Exercise your judgment wisely)
Spider lifts are a lightweight multidirectional lifting device, mounted on compact tracks. They have optimal energy efficiency and a reduced ecological footprint.
Space-saving when folded up and offering a large working height once deployed, the tracked access platform is the most effective solution for working at height in places that are difficult to access and on tight or congested sites.
It can adapt to all construction sites as well as to any type of ground thanks to its telescopic arm and its compact design and low weight compared to other types of cherry picker. Equipped with non-marking rubber tracks and a dual-energy engine, it is a type of lifting platform that is perfectly suited to interior construction sites. The small dimensions of a folded spider basket will allow you to pass through the narrowest doorways and work in the most difficult places to access. They are ideal for places with restricted or limited access such as churches, museums or shopping centres.
Stable and very handy, it is just as useful outdoors on inclined floors or uneven terrain for example. Tracked cherry picker’s are very practical in many professions, for example painters in building, stone masons, roofers, carpenters, but also for tree surgeons and even maintenance of glass surfaces.