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Boom Truck
Like cranes, boom trucks can be outfitted with a winch for lifting. It depends on the vehicle size and weight determines the type of cargo that could be carried. Because of the potential of their size, cranes could normally raise loads which are a lot bigger. The benefit of boom trucks is that they are capable of being driven to work areas and are mobile that make them a lot more versatile. Moreover, a boom truck could be equipped with a bucket and could also lift workers as well as materials up to high locations. For instance, boom trucks are normally found raising utility and maintenance workers on a telephone pole.

Types
Boom Trucks come in numerous varieties. Occasionally, the term "boom truck" is used synonymously used with other vehicles that carry out other similar functions. For example, aerial work platforms which are mounted to the bed of a truck which utilizes hydraulic lifts may be called a boom truck. Other individuals can call a typical utility truck used to raise employees to a utility a boom truck. Whether the truck uses a bucket or a winch, operates on wheels or treads, they are still able to lift workers and supplies vertically.

Boom Truck Crane
A boom truck crane is a type of boom truck which could be used like a crane. Usually, these vehicles are found in areas that are difficult to reach and hard to reach places, which need a heavy lifting vehicle. A boom truck crane can raise various weights. These machinery remain stationary when lifting.

Crane
Larger cranes are large lifting devices utilized for transporting goods or materials and are usually utilized to transport construction materials as well. They are popular features in the the transportation industries, in the construction industry and the manufacturing industries. Cranes use wires, ropes, cables or chains connected to a winder. The load capacity depends upon the crane type. The highest load capacity is provided by big fixed chains.

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