McClung-Logan Utilities

Electrical Utility Equipment Sales, Rentals, Service & Parts

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Electrical Utility Sales, Rental, Service & Parts

Welcome to the McClung-Logan Utilities Division, where our primary goal is to swiftly restore your electrical utility equipment to optimal functionality. Additionally, we offer manufacturer-recommended maintenance to ensure your equipment remains reliable in the field. With our expertise in electrical utility equipment services, our experienced team is dedicated to promptly addressing your concerns.

If you’re in the market to purchase or rent an aerial device or digger derrick, you’ve found the right destination. Our fleet is comprised of top-tier equipment from respected manufacturers in the industry.

Headquartered in Baltimore, MD, our operational reach spans the Mid-Atlantic region, encompassing Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, and North Carolina. However, we’re ready to travel wherever our services are needed. Whether you seek sales, rentals, service, or parts, trust the McClung-Logan Utilities Division to understand your electrical utility requirements and deliver the necessary expertise to accomplish the task.

Our business hours are Monday to Friday, from 7:30 am to 5:00 pm. Additionally, take advantage of our after-hours service available by appointment.

Contact us today to access the finest electrical utility service offerings!

Your Uptime Is Our Everything!

Benefit from over 30 years of expertise as our Electrical Utility Service Managers understand the daily challenges you encounter and are equipped with effective solutions. Our field technicians, boasting an average of 20 years of experience in the electrical utility industries, are prepared to take the necessary actions to swiftly and safely restore your operations.

Explore Our Electrical Utilities Solutions:

Electrical Utilities Solutions

  • Annual ANSI inspections – Aerial devices, pressure diggers, and boom trucks.
  • Dielectric testing – ANSI 92.2 (5.3 test for insulating aerial device) (5.3.2 qualification test).
  • Utility Equipment Repair– Aerial devices, pressure diggers, and boom trucks, hydraulic and electrical repairs on most
    makes and models.
  • Annual DOT inspections – (49 CFR, 396.17-23).
  • Fully equipped mobile service technicians.
  • Rebuild solutions for most makes and models – Aerial devices, digger derricks and boom trucks and stringing equipment.
  • After-hours service upon request.

Rely on our seasoned professionals to deliver comprehensive electrical utility services tailored to your specific needs.

Electrical Utility Equipment Sales and Rental

Whether you’re in the market to buy or rent, the McClung-Logan Utilities sales team is poised to assist you in discovering the perfect aerial device or digger derrick for your business. Our top-tier service department is also on standby, eager to discuss and address your specific needs.

Annual ANSI Inspections

Aerial Devices, Digger Derricks, Boom Trucks

Most inspection standards for the equipment aerial devices, digger derricks, and boom trucks are established by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). ANSI standards for this type of equipment are defined as ‘voluntary recommended practices’. However, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements for most industries (utility, telecommunications, electrical, etc.) often reference ANSI standards and state that compliance is mandatory. Therefore, at least within the U.S., voluntary ANSI standards may become mandatory for the types of equipment referenced by OSHA. Contact the McClung-Logan service team if you are unsure of what inspections are required. We are proud to offer annual ANSI inspections at our customers’ convenience.

Dielectric Testing

ANSI 92.2, 5.3, 5.3.2

Ensure that you are in accordance with OSHA and ANSI Standards with Dielectric Testing:

OSHA 1910.67 (c) (3) Standard:

“Electrical tests.” Electrical tests shall be made in conformance with the requirements of ANSI A92.2 – 2001, Section 5. However, equivalent DC voltage tests may be used in lieu of the AC voltage test specified in A92.2 – 2001. DC voltage tests which are approved by the equipment manufacturer or equivalent entity shall be considered an equivalent test for the purpose of this paragraph (c) (3)

ANSI A9.2-2001 Standard:

5.3 Electrical Tests For Insulating Aerial Devices
…5.3.2 Qualification Test
Each insulating aerial device shall be tested in accordance with Section 5.4.2 to insure compliance with the Electrical Qualification requirements as appropriate. If the aerial device is altered or modified by the installer after the Qualification Test is performed, the original Qualification Test is not valid.

McClung-Logan Utilities Division service technicians are trained and certified by the VON Corporation.

Utility Equipment Repair

Aerial, Digger Derrick, Crane, Etc.

McClung-Logan Utilities Division specializes in electrical utility equipment repair. It is our goal to provide you the best service possible.

Key Features

  • Factory-trained technicians with over 20 years of experience.
  • 24-hour emergency road service available upon request.
  • Fully-equipped mobile service vehicles.
  • On location coverage in Maryland, Virginia, Delaware and North Carolina.

Electrical Services

As electrical issues become more prevalent in aerial devices, stemming from component failures to improper installations, we excel in identifying and resolving these problems promptly and effectively.

 Hydraulic Services

Hydraulic issues are a common concern with aerial devices, arising from physical damage, insufficient maintenance, heat, or natural wear. From simple hose replacements to complex hydraulic cylinder repairs, McClung-Logan is equipped to address all your hydraulic repair needs.

Annual DOT Inspections

49 CFR, 396, 17-23.

If a truck is in the UNITED STATES, COMMERCIAL, OVER 10,001 LBS. or CARRYING HAZARDOUS MATERIALS regardless of weight, the truck is REQUIRED to have an ANNUAL FEDERAL INSPECTION. The same applies to all trailers. A commercial motor vehicle is defined as any self-propelled or towed motor vehicle used on a highway in interstate (between states) or intrastate (within a single state) commerce to transport passengers or property. McClung-Logan can provide the DOT inspections on demand or on an annual basis.