Jib may be included depending on model; models vary by location
Diesel or gas/LP may be available; models vary by location
Platform stability when raising or lowering from vertical to below horizontal
Uses: Ideal for reaching up and over obstacles for maintenance, repair or construction
FAQs About Articulating Boom Lifts
Our articulating boom lift rentals come in a variety of power configurations, including electric-powered boom lifts and gas- or diesel-powered lifts. Also known as knuckle booms, these lifts come in a variety of sizes, from compact 30- to 33-foot articulating boom lifts to heavy-duty 150-foot boom lifts, and they can be used for applications such as aerial maintenance and repair. Choose a knuckle boom rental from several industry-leading brands, including JLG, Genie and Skyjack. Our articulating boom lifts for rent come in four-wheel drive and track-type models, allowing you to choose the mobility method that works best for your jobsite type. United Rentals also offers aerial boom lift operator training so your crew can get certified as soon as possible. For more information on articulating boom lifts, check out our FAQ section below.
Our articulating boom lifts range from 30 feet to 150 feet at full extension, ensuring you’ll find a boom lift that suits your jobsite’s elevation needs.
How much does it cost to rent an articulating boom lift?
The cost of a boom lift rental will depend primarily on the size and type of machine that's selected. The location of the store you're renting from may also influence the pricing of the rental. For more information on costs, enter your location to see rental prices or reach out to your local United Rentals branch to speak with a specialist.
What is a jib on an articulating boom lift?
Jib is the name for the arm of the lift. Several lifts have "arms" that reach, bend and rotate to allow workers to complete job tasks at heights ranging from as low as 30 feet up to 150 feet.