United Rentals offers a selection of vertical lift rentals for indoor work at height. Vertical mast boom lifts can reach up to 20 feet for indoor maintenance, painting, inspection and other jobs. Vertical lifts are ideal for indoor work because they can collapse down to fit through service entrances or even standard doorways. For more information on our selection of vertical lifts, check out our resource section below.
Anyone with an ANSI certification is qualified to work on that specific classification.
Aerial lifts are able to hold more than one person as long as you are operating at the designated weight capacity indicated by the aerial work platform's manufacturer.
The height of a vertical lift varies by model and classification. The maximum range to be expected of a vertical mast lift is 20 feet when fully extended.
United Rentals offers vertical mast lifts that come in push-around and electric, self-propelled models to get workers right up close to the work.
Electric-powered vertical mast lifts won’t damage floors or emit exhaust and are excellent for relatively low-height, indoor maintenance jobs in tight work areas.
Push-around vertical lifts are compact, versatile and offer excellent maneuverability.
With small footprints, easy maneuverability and a tight or zero-degree turn radius, personnel lifts are perfect for tight spaces.
Vertical mast lifts have a load capacity that ranges from 300 pounds up to 500 pounds.
Our man lifts can reach from 15 feet up to 30 feet, ideal for elevated painting and lighting work.
Twelve-foot electric-powered vertical mast lifts are ideal for indoor work and are designed to fit in narrow spaces, such as doorways, freight elevators and in between tight racks. Although these lifts work well indoors, they can also be used for outdoor projects.
Twenty-foot push-around vertical mast lifts with narrow platforms are handy for performing certain types of ceiling work without removing the ceiling grid.
Single-person lifts are also often used for painting and lighting work, warehouse stock picking and work in churches and offices.
Vertical lifts are a safer and more efficient alternative to ladders. They feature a telescoping, rotating mast and are easily operated and driven from the platform.
The mast-guide system provides stability while minimizing deflection and sway, but the lifts are built for portability and convenience, not heavy loads.