Desk Surfer Hire
Monkey Tower work platform
These desk surfer Monkey Tower work platforms are an efficient, safe and unobtrusive way of carrying out work above desks, tables or other obstacles. They are ideal for use in trade and DIY and are convenient in hotels, offices, shops, restaurants, and more, when work needs to be carried out above desks, counters, tables, etc. The desk surfer is designed to allow maintenance, decorating, repair, inspection, installation, and more to be completed without having to disturb or remove furniture, fixtures and fittings. These Monkey Tower work platforms minimise the impact on spaces when work needs to be carried out at height. The platform can be raised to its maximum height by the operator in just a few seconds without any batteries or hydraulics, and heavy obstacles do not need to be rearranged or removed. Due to their compact size, these work platforms can fit through corridors, standard doors, and even into lifts. They are easily transported and stored, plus they can be pushed to the area where they are required quickly and easily because of the sturdy, robust castors. The desk surfer Monkey Tower is adjustable with latches every 250mm allowing a maximum platform height of 1.9m with a working height of 3.9m. The platform allows an outreach of up to 800mm for working over obstacles. You can book your desk surfer Monkey Tower work platform hire online or by calling us directly. You can collect from your nearest branch at the start of your hire or arrange a delivery.
Based On: Monkey Tower Mini Desk Surfer Platform
Fits into lifts with footprint of 1200mm x 700mm
Maximum working height of 3.9m
Latches every 250mm to maximum height
Outreach of 800mm for working over desks
90kg minimum weight enables manual handling
Please note: This product description and detail is based on the model we have the most stock of. Alternative brands of equivalent specification may be supplied based on location and availability.
We hired this to do some work above low level shelving, meaning we didn't need to take everything off the shelves and move them. I think it saved us a good couple of hours.
Reviewed by David