Mobile power should be on hand when you need it. It shouldn’t be a maybe, whether you need pure sine wave power, 110 volts or 220 volts, our line of generators will get you the power you need to get the job done quickly and without hassle. Simply flip a switch to turn your truck into a mobile workshop with industrial-strength power.
Choosing the appropriate air compressor for your fleet is not always the easiest thing to do. You must consider size, location and the amount of air needed to run all of the tools on your trucks, including hydraulic tools such as jack hammers and other hydraulic equipment.
If you have a wheelchair lift, you should have it inspected at least once per year. A lift that is not working properly is a safety issue. Drake-Scruggs provides wheelchair life inspections and care at a reasonable price, so that you know that your wheelchair lift is working properly. Even if you purchased your lift from another company, we’ll inspect and service the lift to ensure that it works properly and safely.
Staying safe in a bucket truck when the weather is perfect is hard enough, never mind when the weather is cold and nasty. And icy. Extra precautions should be taken when you are working with bucket trucks – and you will most likely have a lot of work when winter storms start knocking power out. No matter what brand of bucket truck you are working out of, ice could build up in the bucket or it could slide on icy surfaces while you are in the bucket.
Truck tool boxes come in all types of sizes and shapes. The name of the game is to get a tool box that allows your employees to work efficiently, including boxes that hold oversized and other specialty equipment. Some of the choices include above body tool boxes, back packs, low profile tool boxes, cross over boxes, under body tool boxes and top lid boxes. In addition to having the right box for the job, you also need to consider space restrictions. You don’t want tool box to take up valuable bed real estate.