Equipment Rental Guide

Equipment Rental Guide

 

Are you preparing to build your new steel building?

Make sure you check in with your contractor as equipment may be required for your project. This equipment rental guide helps you know what kind of equipment you’ll need for various different sizes.

 

All equipment listed below is needed to complete your building installation. Additionally, customers are responsible for all costs regarding equipment rentals, freight charges, fuel charges, etc. *Equipment varies on availability*

 

Buildings 31′-39′ wide 

For buildings that are anywhere from 31′ to 39′ wide and between the leg height of 6′ to 12′, the following equipment is needed: 

(1) Telehandler Reach Forklift

  • Reach of 30′ to 39′
  • Weight capacity of 6,000 pounds
  • Max lift height up to 36’4″
  • Telescopic variable reach lift
 

(2) Scissor Lifts

  • Heavy-duty 4-wheel drive for rugged terrain 
  • Reach of 25′ to 27′
  • Solid steel deck platforms with slip-resistant plating 
 
31FT-39FT-FORKLIFT
31FT-39FT-SCISSORLIFT

 

Buildings 31′-39′ wide

For buildings that are anywhere from 31′ to 39′ wide and between the leg height of 13′ to 20′, the following equipment is needed:

(1) Telehandler Reach Forklift

  • Reach of 40′ to 49′
  • Weight capacity of 6,000 pounds
  • Max lift height up to 41’11”
  • Telescopic variable reach lift
 

(2) Scissor Lifts

  • Heavy-duty 4-wheel drive for rugged terrain
  • Reach of 30′ to 35′
  • Gas or diesel
  • Solid steel deck platforms with slip-resistant plating 
 
31FT-39FT-FORKLIFT.2
31FT-39FT-SCISSORLIFT.2

 

Buildings 41′-49′ wide

For buildings that are anywhere from 41′ to 49′ wide and between the leg height of 6′ to 20′, the following equipment is needed:

(1) Telehandler Reach Forklift

  • Reach of 43′
  • Weight capacity of 8,000 pounds
  • Max lift height up to 43′
  • Telescopic variable reach lift
 

(2) Scissor Lifts

  • Heavy-duty 4-wheel drive for rugged terrain
  • Reach of 30′ to 35′
  • Gas or diesel
  • Solid steel deck platforms with slip-resistant plating 
 
41FT-49FT-FORKLIFT
41FT-49FT-SCISSORLIFT

 

Buildings 51′-59′ wide

For buildings that are anywhere from 51′ to 59′ wide and between the leg height of 6′ to 20′, the following equipment is needed:

(1) Telehandler Reach Forklift

  • Reach of 43′
  • Weight capacity of 8,000 pounds
  • Max lift height up to 43′
  • Telescopic variable reach lift
 

(2) Scissor Lifts

  • Heavy-duty 4-wheel drive for rugged terrain
  • Reach of 30′ to 35′ 
  • Gas or diesel
  • Solid steel deck platforms with slip-resistant plating
 
51FT-59FT-FORKLIFT
51FT-59FT-SCISSORLIFT

 

Buildings 61′-69′ wide

For buildings that are anywhere from 61′ to 69′ wide and between the leg height of 6′ to 20′, the following equipment is needed:

(1) Telehandler Reach Forklift

  • Reach of 50′ to 56′
  • Weight capacity of 10,000 pounds
  • Max lift height up to 53’2″
  • Telescopic variable reach lift
 

(2) Scissor Lifts

  • Heavy-duty 4-wheel drive for rugged terrain
  • Reach of 36′ to 49′
  • Gas or diesel
  • Solid steel deck platforms with slip-resistant plating
 
61FT-69FT-FORKLIFT
61FT-69FT-SCISSORLIFT

For more detailed information or questions on our equipment rental guide, contact our team today!

 

Midwest Steel Carports, Inc.

(877) 235-5210

www.midweststeelcarports.com

 

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