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Bridgewalker Type I
Our own patented unit, the Bridgewalker Type 1 is designed for use from the trailer or as a stand-alone that can operate under its own power. At only three feet wide with a basket capacity of 750 pounds, it is very useful in tight areas and can operate from the sidewalk, so it won’t impair traffic flow.
This unit can place workers up to 14 feet below a bridge handrail and up to 12 feet under the bridge. Any work along the edge of deck is easily accomplished with a variety of basket configurations and vertical ladder lengths.
Bridgewalker Type II
Our own patented unit, the Bridgewalker Type 2 is designed to be trailer-mounted-only. Ideal for heavy work use, the goose-neck trailer mount allows for larger baskets and ladder assemblies, and it has a basket capacity of 750 pounds.
This unit can place workers up to 16 feet below a bridge handrail and up to 20 feet under the bridge. Any work along the edge of deck is easily accomplished with a variety of basket configurations and vertical ladder lengths.
This unit can place the working basket up to 18 feet below the bridge deck and up to 35 feet under the bridge. It is also capable of rotating the work platform to be parallel with the bridge to allow access to the edge of bridge deck.
Paxton-Mitchel Snooper 140
A versatile UBIT-Style unit that combines articulation with an 8,500-pound crane. It can place workers 28 feet below the bridge deck and up to 40 feet under the bridge.
Paxton-Mitchel Snooper 260
This unit allows for immense under bridge access, up to 6,800 square feet, thanks to the 360 degree main turret rotation, 270 degree 2nd turret rotation and the 60’ horizontal reach from outer edge of the bridge deck. Rolling stabilizers allow forward or reverse movement for extended overlapping coverage.
The Snooper Series 260 sees under, over, below and up behind girders for thorough inspection or maintenance projects.
Bridge access work, including the operation of under bridge inspection trucks, requires a lot of certifications and can be complicated. To make sure you are fully qualified, we've compiled a list of qualifications.
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- State Licensing
- Trained Staff
- Authorized Access
- Environmental Protection Plan
- Traffic Control
- Construction/Inspection Permit
- Fall Protection
- Fall Rescue Training