At Superior Rigging & Erecting Co., we currently have a diverse and high-quality fleet of five boom truck rentals, serving various needs across the Southeast. Our rental fleet includes:
Peterbilt 8100D: This boom truck includes a 23-ton load capacity, 100 ft main boom tip height, and a 375º non-continuous rotating boom, perfect for construction projects in tight spaces.
Manitex 40124SHL: This truck crane boasts a maximum weight capacity of 40 tons. This crane also features a max tip height of 124 ft and a 360º rotating telescopic boom, ideal for diverse rental equipment needs.
Grove TMS500-2: Features a 40-ton max load and a four-section, synchronized full-power boom with a max tip height of 102 ft. This boom truck is great for handling heavy equipment on a construction site.
Grove TM500E-2: This crane has a 45-ton max load capacity and a four-section, synchronized full-power boom with a max tip height of 102.5 ft. It’s a versatile choice for lifting heavy objects.
Manitex 45127HLS: This model features a 360º continuous rotation boom with a max tip height of 127 ft. With a higher weight capacity of 45 tons, it’s the right equipment for your next project.
When you rent a boom truck with Superior Rigging and Erecting Co., you are receiving quality customer service and support. For over 70 years, we have been delivering exceptional results across the Southeast, but our years of experience aren’t the only thing that sets us apart from other rental services.
Specialized Rigging: Perhaps the most important aspect of any construction activity is the rigging, and we have earned a reputation as a crane rental and rigging company with a gentle touch. We have the knowledge and experience to handle even the most challenging and unique projects.
Safety: Occupational safety is at the forefront of everything we do. Our skilled team is relentless in taking every safety measure possible and is committed to never compromising the safety of anyone involved with the project. We also ensure all our crane operators are fully licensed and certified to complete your project successfully.
Lift Planning: Our biggest differentiator happens before we ever set foot on the job site. We carefully and deliberately plan out every aspect of a project before it begins. This ensures that everything is carried out safely, efficiently, and effectively.
Boom trucks, sometimes referred to as bucket trucks or aerial lifts, refer to a wide range of vehicles that feature a hydraulic crane mounted on a commercial truck chassis. They offer vertical and horizontal reach and are extremely versatile for construction sites across the United States. From lifting heavy loads or personnel to high places to carrying construction equipment or building materials across the job site, boom trucks help workers in a variety of industries.
Our fleet of aerial lift rentals usually features a range of essential components for efficiency and safety on the job site:
Additionally, our boom trucks include end attachments like hooks, winches, or cherry pickers. These attachments are vital for various applications, from lifting personnel to moving heavy equipment.
Boom trucks offer unrivaled versatility on the construction site. Their biggest advantage is the fact that they can typically be driven on freeways. This gives them a distinct maneuverability advantage over other mobile cranes, like all-terrain or rough-terrain cranes. In addition, they can also function like a flatbed truck, transporting materials or small machinery across a job site, or even across the city.
Various industries benefit from a boom truck crane, but these are some of the most common:
When choosing the right crane for your project, rent a boom truck for its seamless mobility through the surrounding areas of a construction site. These vehicles provide various benefits for outdoor projects, and these are the main things to remember:
Boom trucks offer unrivaled mobility for construction projects. Their ability to travel on freeways can’t be matched by other mobile cranes. However, on job sites with uneven or difficult terrain, it’s a good idea to have a rough terrain or all-terrain crane available as well.
Unlike larger vehicles, these cranes are great for tight spaces or smaller projects due to their compact size. Of course, they are a welcome, sometimes necessary, addition to larger jobs as well. Their versatility makes them a valuable addition to your rental fleet.
Boom trucks are generally the best cranes for lifting personnel. There is a wide array of options available when lifting someone to new heights for different applications.