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What is an Aerial lift?

An aerial lift is equipment used for performing tasks that involve heights. For example, the lift is routinely used for conducting routine maintenance of buildings, especially those where the ceiling is high, for repairing telephone lines on poles, for painting the exterior and multi-storey houses, for raising items with bulky weight to lofts and raised shelves, and also to cut down tree branches. The traditional ladder too can handle these tasks. However, an aerial lift provides much more stability and safety than a ladder.

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