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For over 70 years, Elliott Equipment has been an innovator, designing and building unique, multi-functional products. Elliott products are built to work and built to last. Whether the job involves working deep underground in a mine, performing oilfield support, or installing a transmission line, Elliott aerial work platforms perform every day in demanding environments.

Elliot Equipment

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M43R HiReach

• 48′ Working Height
• 500lb Work Platform

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G50F HiReach

• 55′ Working height
• 600lb Work Platform + 1,000 Platform Jib


I50F HiReach

• 55′ Working Height (Insulated)
• 600lb Fiberglass Platform +
500 lb Platform Jib

H110F HiReach

• 115′ Working Height
• 600lb Work Platform +
1,000lb Platform Jib
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• 160-215′ Working height
• 1,200lb Work Platform w/
Hydraulic Tool Power
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• 190’ / 238’ Jib Working height
• Platform Capacity: 1,200 lbs
• Platform Size: 36” x 72 yoke mount


D105R Digger Derrick

• 105′ Sheave Height, 41′ Dig Radius
• 20,000 ft-lbs of Digger Torque
Boom Truck

40142R Boom Truck

• 40 Ton Lifting Capacity
• Jib Extension, Basket, & Remotes

equipment that stands the test of time

What it all boils down to is this – when you see the Elliott logo, you have a piece of equipment that is built using only the highest quality components and backed by the industry’s most comprehensive warranty and a global service network. In other words, you have an investment in equipment that truly stands the test of time.

Their Values

SAFETY: It is essential in the workplace and the solutions we provide.

CUSTOMER SATISFACTION: We are dedicated to exceeding our customer’s expectations.

CULTURE: We operate with integrity, in a dynamic environment based on trust, teamwork, mutual respect and fun.

SUSTAINABILITY: We are responsible to our team members, customers and stakeholders to position the business for long-term, profitable growth and financial stability.


When it comes to safety, being aware of site conditions and surroundings is key. Note obstacles such as traffic, ground conditions, and power lines. Ask yourself:

Does passing motor vehicle traffic pose a risk?

Is the ground able to support the equipment properly (including slope, compaction, and firmness)? Is cribbing necessary?

Do you need to ask the electric company to de-energize and ground overhead power lines?

These are just a few considerations to be discussed before starting a project. Ensure your team completes all necessary safety checklists prior to starting each and every job so that nothing is missed!


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