Elliott March Internal Newsletter



Our I60F HiReach is a 46kV insulated aerial work platform that features a 65′ working height and a 40″ x 60″ fiberglass two-man work platform with a 600 lb capacity. 

The three-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 users to the work area safely and comfortably. 

As with our other HiReach products, the I60F is available with the main winch (3,650 or 2,000 lb), a jib winch in the work platform (500 lb), and full customization!


  • Fiberglass tip section and work platform with an insulation rating of 46kV ‘Category C’
  • The boom extends hydraulically without cables or chains for reduced maintenance and a smoother ride
  • Your choice of full hydraulic, fiber-optic or radio upper work platform controls provides smooth and reliable aerial functionality.
  • The I60F model does not have side reach envelope limits, allowing the operator to boom up and out in any direction without restriction (within chart capacity limits)
  • Oversized turret and bearing provide long-term reliability and excellent stability
  • Optional main boom winch allows for material handling with the work platform attached or removed
  • Optional 500 lb capacity removable work platform jib winch permits lifting materials while in the work platform, reducing the need to make multiple trips to the ground it’s lifting materials while in the work platform, reducing the need to make multiple trips to the ground

The I60 is also suited for utility substations and road, highway, and lighting work.

Elliott Equipment Company specializes in manufacturing long-lasting and reliable personnel lifting equipment that can also lift materials, providing a versatile solution for a wide range of industries. All products are manufactured in the USA and are available with a wide range of factory customization options. Elliott – Built for You

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This is a unit that was recently delivered to SEPTA (Southeastern Pennsylvania Transit Authority). They will be using this to maintain catenary wiring on their train system. This unit is unique in that it has a crew cab chassis and is equipped with rail gear to drive on the rail tracks.

This unit is equipped with a 40”x60” fiberglass work platform with a material handling jib winch. The work platform is end-mounted to the boom tip for an extra side reach.

SEPTA relies on Elliott machines for their application due to the fact that they are built for extreme environments. The I60’s telescopic point and shoot boom minimize the tail swing of an articulated unit, making it ideal for the confined area it must work in.

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What is your Job Title?
Assembly Lead

When did you join Elliott?

What do you like best about working for Elliott?
Working with the people and the different challenges that arise each day.

What do you consider your biggest accomplishment at Elliott?
Learning all the different aspects of the assembly area and then becoming the Production Lead overseeing the day-to-day work in the assembly area.

What is your favorite Elliott product and why?
That’s a tough one… Probably the Track units because they look awesome!

What are your personal hobbies?
Home improvement projects and working on classic cars, hot rods, etc… I have a 1968 Camaro SS convertible – numbers matching.

What is your all-time favorite movie, band/musician, or TV series?
The movie would have to be Bullet with Steve McQueen. The band would be ZZ Top, TV series would be The Munsters.

What is your favorite sports team?
Pro Football: KC Chiefs. College: Nebraska Cornhuskers.

Tell us about your family, pet(s), or give a fun fact about yourself!
I enjoy cooking for the family: 3 kids (2 boys and 1 girl) and 2 grandkids (1 boy and 1 girl); lasagna and garlic cheese bread.


This month we are focusing our safety tip on preventing objects from falling, tipping over, or swinging and reducing injury.

  1. Enforce regular inspections of equipment and work areas. Regularly inspecting tools, equipment, and work sites helps us identify potential hazards before they become dangerous and is a proactive step we can take to protect workers.
  2. Wear proper PPE on the job, including hard hats, safety glasses, and face shields. This will help reduce injury in the instance a hazard should occur.
  3. Limit access to work areas and ensure workers are always visible. Only workers who are properly trained on safety requirements should be allowed access to certain equipment and areas. Part of proper training includes wearing safety apparel and remaining visible to others at all times.
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