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An aerial device or elevating work platform is a mechanical device used to provide temporary access for people or equipment to inaccessible areas, usually at height. These two distinct types of mechanized access platforms may also be known as a "zoom boom" or "cherry picker" (both regional terms for aerial device); or "scissor lift" (the universal North American term for elevating work platform).

They are generally used for temporary, flexible access purposes such as maintenance and construction work or by firefighters for emergency access, which distinguishes them from permanent access equipment such as elevators. They are designed to lift limited weights (usually less than a tonne, although some have a higher safe working load (SWL), distinguishing them from most types of cranes. They are usually capable of being fully operated (including setup) by a single person.

Regardless of the task they are used for, aerial work platforms may provide additional features beyond transport and access, including being equipped with electrical outlets or compressed air connectors for power tools. They may also be equipped with specialist equipment, such as carrying frames for window glass.

 
AICHI SK240
Lifting Height : 24 meter
 
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