The Aspen A-75 has the flexibility to place operators at virtually any location under the widest bridges. It’s robust articulated boom design provides access around all types of bridge members and other structures such as light supports. Getting across wide sidewalks, over fences, between cables and trusses, as well as behind under bridge girders is easy with this large duty UBIU.

The Aspen Aerials A-75 is one of the longest reaching under bridge inspection units made and it makes it possible to inspect the widest bridges. The A-75 also has the largest inspection platform capacity with the ability to support a full 700 lbs. And the telescoping 4th boom allows bridge inspection professionals and engineers to access behind the deepest bridge girders.

The Moog MBI 210-2/S Trailer-Mounted unit provides for an extensive under bridge maximum lowering depth of almost 33 feet while allowing for a horizontal reach of just under 69 feet. With a work platform that rotates 180 degrees and holds up to 2,200 pounds, the six and half foot wide, 44’3” long platform can accommodate a large crew of workers and materials.

The Moog MBI 200T Truck-Mounted under bridge inspection unit is slightly smaller than the MBI 210-2/S trailer-mounted unit. While it features somewhat less vertical and horizontal reach, it does provide a substantial four and half foot wide by 66 foot long work platform.

With a horizontal under bridge each of 66 feet and a maximum vertical lowering depth of just over 28 feet, the work platform can hold up to 1,760 pounds and has 180 degree rotation capability. There are no outriggers required and it does provide for dual deployment. In addition, there is an optional tower attachment for an additional two meters of vertical reach.

Paxton-Mitchell Snooper Truck PM 264 is designed for under bridge access inspections and Bridge maintenance work. The Snooper PM 264 operates in one lane allowing for greater flexibility. And its 360 degrees turn capability allows the Snooper PM 264 to be operated from either side of the truck with dual side deployment.

As with every Paxton-Mitchell unit, all components are brand name, American-made, manufactured and assembled in the United States.

The Snooper PM 264 has four articulated booms. The first boom provides a minimum of 18′ 6″ of length. The second boom provides a minimum of 18′ 6″ of length, while the third boom can hydraulically telescope from 25′ to 41′, pin to pin. And the fourth boom, or basket boom, has the ability to telescope from 6′ 5″ out to 9′.

The Aspen Aerials A-62 Bridge Inspection Unit is a powerful bridge inspection vehicle with one of the industry’s best horizontal reach capabilities. The A-62 is a multi-functional unit capable of maneuvering around bridges with a high degree of flexibility. In addition to a maximum lowering depth of 68 feet, the A-62 provides an upward vertical reach of 52 feet.

The Aspen A-62 comes with advanced technical features and provides a vast horizontal reach of 62 feet under a bridge deck and no outriggers are required when operating. The Aspen A-62 is equipped with a telescoping 4th boom and a platform that can rotate a full 180 degrees. With these features, operators can easily get into tight areas behind deep bridge beams.

 

Another great Paxton-Mitchell Snooper truck, the Series 260 is built solely of components that are brand name, American-made, manufactured and assembled in the United States. This unit, designed and built for under bridge inspections and bridge maintenance work, features four articulated booms.

The first boom provides a minimum of 19′ horizontal reach and rotates hydraulically 360°, allowing operation from either side of the truck. The second boom telescopes hydraulically downward from 18′ to 29′, which enables the basket or platform boom to be positioned horizontally under girders 25′ below a bridge deck. The third boom hydraulically telescopes from 22′ to 34′ pin to pin.

The fourth or basket boom telescopes from 7′ to 9′ 6″ and it is pin mounted to the outboard end of the third boom. The Snooper Series 260 is available with either a 600 lbs. capacity basket or platform.

The Aspen Aerials UB-60 offers a 60’ 6” maximum horizontal reach, and enables engineers and inspectors to work above, below, or alongside a bridge span. This Aspen UB-60 is perfect for under bridge inspections, as well as infrastructure repairs. This unit will fit inside one lane width for narrow setups.

This unit features a fourth, “bucket” boom, which extends the working range by allowing access between bridge girders. When the fourth boom is placed perpendicular to the larger third boom, it can be moved to place the bucket up to 9’ 9 “ above the third boom. Two rotating turrets – one at the pedestal and one at the end of the first boom provide enhanced agility.

 

The Aspen Aerials A-40 bridge inspection unit has three articulating booms and two turntables, which give it the flexibility to operate in, around, through and over all types of bridge structure obstructions. The Aspen A-40 is fitted with stabilizing systems which allow operators to move the truck while the platform is deployed. As is true with all Aspen Aerials units, there are no outriggers required.

And because Aspen A-40 can be moved while the platform is under the bridge, this provides an even greater range and operating efficiency. The two or three person, 600 lbs. capacity inspection platform comes equipped with an easy entry gate and is attached to the end of the third boom to provide for a full range of movement and articulation.

 

The Paxton-Mitchell Snooper Series 140 requires only 10 feet of space with that stabilizer down, which is less than one lane of traffic. And it’s turning capability of 360 degrees allows the Snooper Series 140 to be operated from either side of the truck.

The first boom is hinged to the masthead and provides a minimum of 16 feet horizontal reach. With the ability to rotate hydraulically 360 degrees, multi-lane bridges can be covered from both sides, always working with the flow of traffic.

The second boom telescopes from 16’ to 28’, extending downward. The telescoping third basket, or bucket, boom is capable of extending back under the bridge approximately forty feet with booms angled.

 

The Anderson Hydraulic Platforms-Terex Hydra trailer-mounted model HP 32/35 is an under bridge access and work platform that is mounted on a mobile trailer for greater versatility. The model HP 32/35 features a patented Tower Separation System that features hydraulically adjustable, cross-linking arms between the main outside vertical tower and the turntable sub-frame, which is mounted on the trailer.

This system allows operators to erect and extend the tower and the 32 foot long platform over pedestrian sidewalks and other barriers. The tower allows for a lowering depth of up to 18 feet and an under bridge reach of up to 35 feet. The HP 32/35 features dual-side hydraulic outrigger stabilizers to provide maximum stability and safety.

 

Sometimes, bridge inspection and maintenance requires lightweight equipment and the Aspen Aerials B-32 can be the perfect unit for bridges with weight restrictions. With two turntables, three booms, and a hydraulic platform extension, the Aspen B-32 allows personnel to operate above ground level as well, even when not operating on a bridge. This additional flexibility can make the B-32 a versatile tool for your job.

The Aspen B-32 comes with a two-man, 450 lbs. capacity platform equipped with a hydraulic vertical extension, allowing technicians to access tight areas for a close-up inspection. And the B-32 is fitted with a stabilizing system that allows operators to move the truck while the platform is deployed.

 

Much like the Aspen B-32, the Aspen Aerials A-30 is another versatile, efficient, and under bridge inspection unit. The Aspen A-30 can help you with those smaller bridge inspection and maintenance projects.

A two to three person, 600 lbs. capacity inspection bucket features an easy entry gate and is attached to the end of the articulating fourth boom, which provides a full range of movement and access. And, in the fully articulated position, inspectors can access an additional five vertical feet to allow for direct, hands on access.

The Aspen A-30 has a stabilizing system which allows the truck to be moved while the platform is deployed. And it can be deployed off of both sides of the truck allowing operators to reach more area without having to reposition the vehicle.

 

The Moog MBI-90T provides for a horizontal under bridge reach of 29.7′ and a maximum lowering depth of 21.5’ for most average size bridge inspection projects. The Moog MBI-90T features a work platform with a 990 pounds capacity that rotates 180 degrees. The platform is 3.3’ feet wide by 29.7’ feet in length.

The Moog MBI-90T only requires 10 feet of space on a bridge deck, including the outriggers. The unit allows for dual deployment, as well.

 

MOOG MBI 90 trailer-mounted platform shares all the capabilities of the truck-mounted version. Trailer-mounted under bridge units are towable inspection equipment designed to get engineers and workers safely into places that are otherwise unreachable. Trailer-mounted, self-erecting under bridge inspection units can give personnel safe access to the underside of bridges and can operate without requiring a truck for a base platform.

The Moog MBI 70T provides access to those difficult under bridge inspections. Being truck mounted, it can easily be moved to give access to traffic, below and above ground. The machine is equipped with a hydraulic creep drive, so can be moved forward while still deployed under the bridge.

The Moog MBI 70T features a horizontal under bridge reach of 24.1′ and a maximum lowering depth of 17.3’ for smaller size bridge inspection projects. The Moog MBI 70T comes with a work platform that has an 880 pounds capacity that rotates 180 degrees. The platform is 3.3’ feet wide by 23.1’ feet in length.

The Moog MBI-90T only requires eight feet of space on a bridge deck and does not require outriggers. The unit allows for dual deployment, as well.

MOOG MBI 70 trailer-mounted platform shares the same specifications as the Moog MBI 70 truck-mounted version. Trailer-mounted under bridge units are towable inspection equipment designed to get engineers and workers safely into places that are otherwise unreachable. Trailer-mounted, self-erecting under bridge inspection units can give personnel safe access to the underside of bridges and can operate without requiring a truck for a base platform.

60’ Hi-Rail Bucket Truck features a 2019 Elliott V60 Bucket truck lift, mounted on a 2008 Ford F-750 Chassis. The Elliott V60F HiReach boom lift provides an impressive 63 foot working height reach as well as 38 feet of side reach. The boom supports a 30″ x 40″ two-man work platform with a 500 lb. capacity.

It comes with a main boom winch using lightweight synthetic rope, which gives the operator the capacity for 1,000 pounds of material handling or can convert to a 500 pound jib winch. The Elliott SMARTControls give the boom lift smooth operation, proportional control, and can provide remote diagnostics.

The Elliott M43 HiReach provides a 48′ working height and lifts a 40″ x 60″, 500 lb. capacity two-man work platform. A two-section hydraulic boom maneuvers a work platform that is hydraulically self-leveling and hydraulically rotating. This allows operators to access a work area safely and comfortably. The steel rectangular tube boom extends hydraulically without cables or chains, reducing maintenance and making for smoother movement.

The work platform control system includes a foot enabling switch and individual joysticks with hi/lo range. The M43 model has no side reach envelope limits, allowing the operator to move up and out in any direction without restriction. An oversized turret and bearing provides greater reliability and secure stability.

Our 60’ Hi-Rail Bucket Truck features an Elliott 40 foot Bucket Truck lift, mounted on a 2000 International Chassis. As HiReach bucket lift manufacturer Elliott describes it, “Elliott’s G40F HiReach features a 45′ working height and a 40″ x 60″ two-man work platform with a 1,000 lb. capacity. The two-section hydraulic boom offers smooth functionality and a precise ‘point and shoot’ ride. The work platform is hydraulically self-leveling and hydraulically rotating to get you to the work area safely and comfortably. As with other HiReach, the G40F HiReach is available with a main winch (5,900 or 2,000 lb.), a jib winch in the work platform (1,000 lb.) and Elliott’s ‘Office in the Sky’ external cable carrier system to bring your tools into the work platform.”

Our 32’ Hi-Rail UBIT is an Aspen Aerials UB-32 Hi-Rail under bridge inspection unit. Our Hi-Rail version of the Aspen B-32 is mounted on a rail gear-fitted Freightliner chassis. The Aspen Aerials B-32 can be the perfect unit for railroad bridge inspections that require both vertical overhead access, as well as horizontal under bridge access. With two turntables, three booms, and a hydraulic platform extension, the Aspen B-32 allows personnel to operate above ground level as well, even when not operating on a bridge.

The Aspen B-32 comes with a two-man, 450 lbs. capacity platform equipped with a hydraulic vertical extension, allowing technicians to access tight areas for a close-up inspection. And the B-32 is fitted with a stabilizing system that allows operators to move the truck while the platform is deployed.

Our 30’ Hi-Rail UBIT is an Aspen Aerials UB-30 Hi-Rail under bridge inspection unit. Similar to the Aspen B-32, the Aspen Aerials UB-30 is another versatile, efficient, and Hi-Rail bridge inspection unit. The Aspen UB-30 can help you with those smaller bridge inspection and maintenance projects.

With its two-man combined 600 pound capacity inspection bucket attached to the end of the fourth boom, the four articulating booms provide a full range of movement and access. The third and fourth booms are telescopic, as well to allow for direct, hands on access.

The Aspen UB-30 requires no outriggers and can clear up to 10 foot tall obstructions to allow for dual side deployment.