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Whether the maintenance task at hand involves one-time use of lift equipment or a longer-term commitment, selecting the right product requires managers to answer a series of important questions:
One proven specification strategy is to overlay the various lift-equipment options on a site plan to determine the vertical and horizontal coverage each lift under consideration provides without frequent relocation.
In the case of large jobs — for instance, if using a telehandler requires off-loading at a building-perimeter staging area and using other means and more time and labor to move material to the job — it might pay to use a self-erecting crane with the necessary reach and lifting capacity to move the material to the point of use from a single set-up position.
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Checklist for Specifying Lift Equipment