Versalift, a Time Manufacturing company, is a well-known brand in the utility truck business. Established in 1965, Versalift may be best known for bucket trucks, but they also make:
- aerial lifts
- bridge inspection vehicles
- cable placers
- digger derricks
One of the keys to Versalift’s success is that they were the first to make the articulated telescopic bucket truck – in 1980. Versalift also manufactures over-center units and insulated bucket trucks for crews working near electrical lines. As you might expect, Versalift bucket trucks come in a variety of sizes and can handle just about any job.
Versalift bucket trucks typically come in three categories:
- less than 50 feet
- 50-59 feet
- over 60 feet
These machines are ideal for the utility and tree-care industries, as well as the sign, light, and traffic industries. Versalift trucks are highly-rated for all platform heights.
In addition to the standard platform heights, Versalift also manufactures a line of truck-mounted units that reach as high as 219 feet. These units go by the brand names Phoenix, Skybird, and Condor. There is a growing need for taller and more stable aerial lifts to serve the burgeoning electricity-generating technologies, such as solar energy and wind energy.
These high-reach platforms are also useful in major infrastructure projects, particularly the task of updating and upgrading transmission power lines, which are getting taller to accommodate the expanding need for consistent electricity across the country. The advent of solar energy and wind energy has made it possible to move transmission lines further away from communities.
We found this table online showing some helpful information about Versalift.
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