Lift tables are commonly used in manufacturing and warehouses. They are designed to lift and lower materials evenly. This prevents the risk of a suspended load swinging and injuring employees.
Lift tables can be custom-made to fit any need. Some models have programmability, so they can change the height of the platform to suit different applications.
These machines are often used by industries such as the printing industry, paper and metallurgy. Lift tables are also used in the upholstered furniture industry.
They are constructed of stainless steel, making them ideal for harsh industrial environments. They come in various designs, including scissor and mobile models.
Lift tables are commonly used in warehouses, but they are flexible enough to work in a wide range of situations. The key factor in deciding which one to buy is the load capacity.
Heavy-duty lift tables feature pressurized air cylinders. These cylinders power the linear actuators, which operate the mechanism for raising and lowering the table.
Scissor lift tables are the most common type of lift table. They have legs that are fixed to a base. When the table is raised, the legs guide the load. During lowering, the legs bridge the gap between the base and the platform.
Another advantage of lift tables is that they can be adjusted to accommodate different load sizes. Increased platform sizes are available to handle larger, side or edge loads.