Read the frequently asked questions about our heavy-duty telescopic boom lifts here.
You do not need any special training to operate heavy-duty telescopic boom lifts, as the operator is legally responsible for the use and operation of the heavy-duty telescopic boom lift. You will receive instruction in the operation of the equipment from us before commissioning or when you collect the heavy chain telescopic work platform you have hired. However, we recommend that you attend an appropriate IPAF training course at our training centre to ensure the safe use of the heavy-duty telescopic tracked platform.
No. The workman basket of the heavy-duty telescopic boom lifts is only used to lift you and your tools to a height. Smaller materials that you can easily hold in your hands can of course be taken into the workman basket. For larger loads, such as sofas, safes, etc., we recommend a telescopic forklift.
Cleaning is included in the hire price for normal use of the heavy-duty telescopic boom lift. You should remove coarse soiling that requires intensive cleaning, such as paint, concrete, etc., yourself before returning the platform. Alternatively, the cleaning costs for stubborn dirt will be charged separately. It is best to enquire about your individual application in advance at one of our hire stations or by telephone on +49 921 789920.
In principle, no. However, please note that diesel costs are not included in the hire price. You will receive a fully fuelled heavy-duty telescopic boom lift from us. You are free to return it with a full tank or use our refuelling service. The costs for refuelling will be invoiced separately. Please note that it must always be ensured that the remaining tank is sufficient for loading.
No. Our heavy-duty telescopic boom lifts are not road-legal, which is why they may not be moved on public roads. Our in-house fleet of low-loaders will deliver your hired heavy-duty telescopic tracked work platform to the desired location on the desired date and will also collect it again at the end of the hire period. If you have your own transport facilities, you are welcome to collect your hired heavy-duty telescopic tracked platform from one of our Wagert hire stations.
No. You are flexible when it comes to the hire period for our trailer-mounted platforms. Whether 1 day or 100 days. There is only a minimum hire period for assignments with booked operating personnel. Please note that the applicable labour laws and driving and rest periods must be observed. We will be happy to advise you by telephone on +49 921 789920.
Our network of hire stations stretches from the Upper Palatinate to Franconia and Thuringia all the way to Saxony. You can find all our hire stations here. Depending on the enquiry and type of job, we also hire out our work platforms, lifts, forklifts and other equipment nationwide. Please contact us for larger orders. You can reach us by telephone on +49 921 789920.
Conditionally, provided that the rented heavy-duty telescopic chain platform allows it. If you are unsure of how to operate the equipment, or if you do not have the necessary training to use it safely on your construction site, you can book expert operating personnel from us for individual heavy-duty telescopic boom lifts. However, this service is subject to a minimum hire period. We will be happy to advise you in advance by telephone on +49 921 789920.
No. All our heavy-duty telescopic boom lifts are delivered to you without safety harnesses. However, PPE kits (PPE = personal protective equipment) can be purchased from us. For safety and hygiene reasons, it is unfortunately not possible to hire safety equipment.
No. Our heavy-duty telescopic boom lifts are not road-legal, which is why they may not be used on public roads. We will be happy to deliver your hired heavy-duty telescopic tracked work platform to your site.
Yes, you can hire all our heavy-duty telescopic boom lifts as a private individual at any time.
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