Tools You May Not Know We Rent: Material / Contractor Lifts

As you’ve probably seen by now, LGH has many tools you may not have known we rent. Among them are full lines of material and contractor lifts from Sumner and Genie® that are invaluable tools on site. Material lifts can provide a metaphorical extra set of hands, allowing you to set material in place while keeping your hands free to secure it. Let’s take a look at some of the most practical uses and contractor types for material and contractor lifts.

Contractor Types:
  • Electrical Contractors
  • Industrial Maintenance
  • HVAC Contractors
  • Steel Erectors
  • Facility Maintenance

Each has numerous uses for these lifts in their operations. Easily operated by a single person and capable of hoisting, lowering and moving heavy loads, these lifts are exceptionally versatile.

Most Common Uses:
  • Sumner Material / Contractor Lifts (up to 1,100 lbs):
    • Installation of HVAC
    • Hoisting ductwork into place
    • Utilizing forks to tilt up equipment
    • Loading and unloading of materials or equipment
  • Genie Super Hoist (up to 300 lbs):
    • Positioning the load securely overhead while keeping hands free to secure any of the following (to name a few):
    • Drywall and ceiling panels
    • Ductwork
    • Plumbing
    • Nearly any square or flat load
  • Sumner Roust-A-Bout (up to 1,500 lbs):
    • Fitting into tight spaces that would be inaccessible to other lifts
    • Hoisting up to 1,500 lbs with precision up to 25’ high
    • Maneuvering heavy pipe and other cumbersome objects for easy placement

For more details on these products, we recommend checking out our blog: What Do You Know About Material Lifts. 

If you’d like to speak to an expert member of our team about our various material handling solutions, please click to chat with a live rental support specialist or give us a call at 800-878-7305.

From left to right: Genie© Super Hoist, Sumner™ R Series Roust-a-Bout, Sumner™ 2100 Series
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