What We Do

Integrated mast-climbing work platforms and transport platforms that outperform on multiple trades. These are Klimer’s renowned mast climbers

Our mast-climbing work platforms (MCWP) and transport platforms are a proven alternative to suspended scaffold, fixed scaffold, lifts and other traditional access methods.

Higher free-standing capabilities, powered chassis options, ease of mobility for crews, rapid ascent speeds and dramatically reduced labor to install, relocate and dismantle all set us apart from other access technologies – including other mast climbers

Industries We Serve

Mast Climbers

The height of performance! Klimer Platforms has engineered, delivered and supported high-quality, trusted mast-climbing work platforms and transport platforms for over 20 years.

We serve a wide range of construction, restoration trades, utilities and other sectors across Canada and the United States where versatile project access and responsive field service are critical.


Heavy-Duty mast climber with capacities to 26,000 lbs. Fast vertical travel speeds to 30’/minute. 50% fewer tie-ins. Highest free-standing capability, up to 100′.


Medium-/light-duty mast climber. Quick assembly. Perfect for restricted areas. Capacities from 3,000 to 11,700 lbs. High free-standing height in a compact design.


Mast-climbing transport platform. Vertical transport of crews and materials. Modular design pins onto KLIMERLITE drive and mast. Fastest possible travel speed of 39’/minute.


Dual-mast hydraulic lift platform. The trusted low-cost mast climber for high-volume masonry. 64′ single or 160′ double deck. Increase your crew’s productivity.

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