Versalift and Elliott Bucket Trucks and Platform Lifts
Versalift trucks have been in production for over 40 years. They are tough and dependable and have proved to be one of the finest aerial lifts available. A great number of major utility fleets around the world depend on them. It is hard to find an aerial device operator who doesn't like Versalift.
VST Series Bucket Trucks:
The VST product line has grown from the original 41’ working height VST-3600 all the way up to the 80’ working height VST-7500. All models are available with optional hydraulic extending and elevating winch and jib, light axle loading, and no protruding parts beyond the front or rear bumpers. All models, including the 80’ VST-7500 can be built on a single rear axle, non-FET chassis. Your crew will love the extra payload and increased maneuverability.
The Versalift VST-47 is our best selling truck. It incorporates the reach of a large boom with the maneuverability and convenience of a class five chassis. Can be mounted with a lift platform in lieu of a utility bucket for electrical and sign contracting.
Versalift has a full line of articulated, overcenter bucket trucks and aerial devices ranging in height from 36’ to 65’, including forestry units with over 50’ of horizontal reach, and heavy-duty material handlers for electric utility operations. All of these units are rugged and dependable. No cables are used in the aerial device for lower maintenance and increased operator safety.
Continuous rotation—unrestricted in either direction. This is accomplished by a hydraulic motor driven worm and spur gear acting on a shear-ball rotation bearing. The standard VN-55 fiberglass platform (end mounted and classified as two man) is 24" x 48" x 42" (0.61 m x 1.22 m x 1.07 m) deep with two inside and two outside steps for easy access. Liners and vinyl covers are available for the platform.
Since 1948, Elliott has focused on developing innovative solutions that prioritize both safety and performance. Industry bests at reach and safety are standard features, plus, Elliott’s point and shoot telescopic boom design means no worrying about tailswing hazard.
Elliott builds custom utility equipment for a wide variety of industry including: Utilities, Oil and Gas, Mining, Rail, Construction, and Electrical Contracting. Elliott builds each truck to fulfill specific industry needs.
The SST series comes in both 42’ and 45’ working heights– available as an insulated or non-insulated boom. Highlights include maintenance free bearings, torque stripe, integral oil reservoir, chrome pivot pins, and parts painted prior to assembly. All units can be built with either outriggers or torsion bar stabilization.
These platform lifts come in 62’ and 69’ working heights, have continuous, unrestricted 360° boom rotation, state-of-the-art, full-feathering joystick controls, and 180° platform rotation. Storage and tool platforms can be customized to fit long fluorescent bulbs.
Boom Trucks / Cranes
Elliott’s BoomTruck line has the most diverse lineup of models for lifting materials and personnel on the market. These trucks feature a range of rated capacities from 10 to 50 tons, with a wide range of boom lengths and tip heights up to 207 feet.
Versalift TMD Series Digger Derrick
A full service utility vehicle for pole setting and multi-function digging. With full hydraulic controls, the TMD is an easy machine to operate and maintain. A full array of options are available to customize your digger truck for most any application.
Multi-functional aerial units for cable installation and maintenance. LineRunner Cable Placers are designed for extended reach and built for optimized operator performance.
Utility Service Bodies
We can custom design a utility body for your specific needs.
The swiss army knife of utility vehicles – a Liftmoore Crane coupled with a heavy-duty Knapheide crane body, mounted on a 17,950 lb. chassis.
Butler offers a full line of Pole trailers, Cable trailers and Equipment Transport trailers. They've been building quality custom utility trailers for the utility & construction industries since 1968.