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ELEVATED WORK PLATFORM (EWP) SPIDER TOWER HIRE

Australian Arboricultural Operations is the owner and operator of an Elevated Work Platform (EWP), also known as the Monitor Lift Platform Basket. It is available for wet hire at your next working at heights job. 

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Australian Arboricultural Operations | EWP Spider Tower For Hire in Brisbane, Australia

Our EWP has a tracking width of 920ml, side reach of 10m and height reach of 22m and is suitable for tree pruning, tree removal, tree assessments at heights, habitat inspections, installing fauna nesting boxes and much more! It is rubber track mounted and is rated for 2 people in the basket.

The spider tower is Italian engineered and is constructed with the highest quality materials to ensure maximum safety. It is also up to date with the latest technology, safety protocols, industry standards and has all required insurances in place. 

 

Hire is not limited to Arboricultural services, we can also assist with any jobs that require work to be done at heights, such as signage installation, painting and electrical work. When booking our EWP Spider Tower, our trained and certified arborists and operators will operate the tower for you, provide a safety harness and assist with the job at hand where required.

 

Hire our Elevated Work Platform (EWP) Spider Tower and access outdoor and indoor, hard to reach areas and confined spaces. 

The EWP is available to hire in:

  • Brisbane

  • Ipswich

  • Logan

  • Beaudesert

  • Gold Coast

  • Sunshine Coast

  • Toowoomba

  • Northern New South Wales including Tweed Heads, Kingscliff and Byron Bay, Pottsville, Lennox Head, Lismore and Ballina

 

Our EWP is also available to hire Australian wide and transport can be arranged, so please get in touch for a custom quote if your job is outside of South East Queensland and Northern New South Wales.

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Sun - On Request

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