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Double the length of standard lifts with a single piece platform to smoothly lift and lower longer loads. Lifetime lubricated bearings, double-wire braided hydraulic hoses and velocity fuses reduce maintenance required. A poly oil reservoir allows visual check of oil levels. Sturdy electric motor is internally mounted.
· Sturdy steel legs with steel stiffeners to prevent sway have maintenance safety locks
· Hydraulics include double-wire braided hoses, velocity fuses to control descent in event of pressure loss, and polyethylene reservoir for ease in checking fluid levels
Do minimal maintenance on this scissor lift with composite bearings that are lubricated for life. Performance is deflection free due to solid steel legs with stiffeners that maintain leg strength under load. Axel pins are machined and hard-chromed for longer bearing life. Hydraulics cylinders have velocity fuses to protect against pressure loss. The polyethylene hydraulics reservoir has no metal slag, rust or condensation that often occurs with metal reservoirs and allows oil levels to be seen visually. Hydraulic hoses are double braided for added strength and longer life. The power unit is pre-wired with UL parts and both the hydraulics and electrical components are easily accessed for maintenance. Maintenance safety locks prevent use during repairs and regular maintenance.
Heavy lifting and the associated pain and injury that frequently happens has been around for a long time. Centuries ago, the pulley was invented to reduce the work required to move a load, leading to the block and tackle that exponentially reduced the labor in lifting an object.
Modern adaptation is ergonomic
Today's answer for heavy lifting in the warehouse and distribution center is lift tables and positioners. They use a different form of mechanical advantage to reduce the amount of force a person must use in raising and lowering loads. Frequently, the only labor now required is the actual transfer of the load from the lift horizontally to another location, whether conveyor, pallet, or work table.
Taking advantage of the mechanical advantages
The idea behind lift tables and positioners is to put the load at an advantageous height that removes the need to bend and lift in order to transfer the object. The less bending and lifting done, the less chance for injury to the back and the entire musculo-skeletal system. The best form of ergonomics, of course, is to remove the need for manual transfer altogether.
Saving the workers' aching backs
That's where scissor lifts are especially helpful. They can be raised and lowered to the precise height needed to slide a load onto and off the lift's platform. When that transfer can be done with a conveyor, fork truck or other mechanical method, workers are saved from the potential for injury down the road and possible disability if left untreated.
The mechanical advantage is out there - save your workers from back breaking lifting. You'll also find lift tables even out the strength limitations among workers. Even the puniest person can keep things going when a scissor lift is used instead of brute strength.