There are various types of boom trucks that drivers should be comfortable operating.
Construction boom trucks have a crane attached at the rear, which is used to lift heavy items onto the bed of the truck. The boom crane may extend the length of the truck bed and the lifting capacity can range from 10 tons to as high as 50 tons. Heavy equipment boom trucks are used to load and carry heavy items from one location to another.
Concrete boom trucks have a pipe with a nozzle at the end. These are used to place concrete or other materials into specific areas that may be at an out of reach height or generally inaccessible.
A bucket boom truck, also known as the cherry picker, is a truck with an extendable boom that is used mostly to lift workers to higher heights in order to complete a job.
Large warehouses and manufacturing facilities use a small, self-propelled boom truck to lift material.
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