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Straight Boom Lift - Diesel - 38.4M (126ft)

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For major outdoor at-height jobs a telescopic straight boom lift with in-basket controls is the only real option. Boom lifts are easy to operate, bringing major projects within reach of builders and renovators who are ready to flex their muscles. This 36.5m – 38.1m diesel straight boom lift provides direct reach and precise manoeuvrability for performing first class work in dangerous aerial environments.
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This large straight boom lift is suitable for professional tradespersons such as electricians and building contractors. The platform extension provides above-and-over reach for difficult-to-access spaces. Perfectly counterbalanced and surprisingly mobile, the 38.1m diesel straight boom is in demand.
Snorkel TB 126
Max. working height 132 ft
Max. platform height 126 ft
Max. horizontal reach 62 ft 11 in
Platform size 8 ft x 3 ft
Overall width 8 ft 6 in
Stowed height 10 ft 5 in
Ground clearance 13 in
Platform capacity (SWL) 500 lbs
Max. drive height 126 ft
Max. wind speed 28 mph
Max. drive speed (elevated) 0.15 mph
Max. drive speed (stowed) 2.9 mph
Raise / lower time 208 / 215 sec
Gradeability 30%
Jib length 6 ft 6 in
Jib arc 135° (+70°/-65°)
Platform rotation 180°
Superstructure rotation 360° continuous
Outside turning radius 33 ft
Tires 445-65 D22.5 foam filled lug
Controls Proportional joystick
Drive system 4 wheel drive
Power source Kubota V2403 65hp diesel - Tier 4 Final
Weight 41,800 lbs
What boom lift sizes are available for hire?
At Coates Hire, we have an extensive range of boom lifts for hire, from smaller models with limited reach to large telescopic boom lifts that provide access up to 45.7m for safely working at heights. 

What size boom lift do I need?
The right boom lift will provide all the elevation you need to avoid dangerous stretching or working at uncomfortable angles. Your Coates Hire access equipment specialist will provide you with telescopic boom lift options that are ideal for your situation. 

Can a large boom lift be used as a crane?
A diesel boom lift or other elevated work platform is not a crane and shouldn’t be used as one. Rough terrain telescopic boom lifts are designed to hold workers and their equipment for safely working at heights. Lifting heavy objects crane-style with a boom lift can cause dangerous tip-over situations. 

How much does it cost to rent a large boom lift?
This will depend on the duration of hire and size of telescopic boom lift required. At Coats Hire, we offer more straight boom lift hire options than anyone else, ensuring you get exactly the equipment you need for the best possible price. Enquire today regarding boom lift offers at Coates Hire.
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Straight Boom Lift - Diesel - 38.4M (126ft)