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One-Person Lifts for Sale (4,113)

Ideal for use in factories, airports, retail stores and public buildings, our one-person lifts for sale offer a practical solution for maintenance, stock picking and other tasks. Explore our collection and find the perfect one-person lift to improve efficiency and provide a safe and reliable solution for tasks requiring work up high.

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FAQs About One-Person Lifts

Browse our selection of vertical lifts for sale. United Rentals offers used vertical mast lifts from trusted manufacturers like Genie and JLG in a variety of sizes for indoor maintenance, repair, painting and more. If you have concerns about maintaining your owned equipment, United Rentals can help. Check out our Project Uptime article Types of Aerial Lifts: How to Choose an Aerial Work Platform to learn more, or contact a United Rentals expert today

FAQs
What is a vertical lift?

A vertical lift is a compact mobile elevated work platform (or aerial work platform) best used for indoor tasks at height, including maintenance, inspection and painting. These lifts are designed to reach around 20 feet, making them ideal for light-duty aerial work. This lift type can be driven from the platform, and the platform raises vertically by an extending mast.

How much does a vertical lift cost?

Vertical mast lifts are one of the most compact, easy-to-use elevated work platforms. Cost can vary depending on make, model and year. To find the cost of a vertical lift, enter your ZIP code for options near you, or speak to a United Rentals representative today.

Do I need to be certified to operate a vertical lift?

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), only certified operators can operate mobile elevated work platforms, including vertical lifts. Equipment operation training is available through United Academy.