Pentalift News Blog
April 15, 2016, 2:44 pm - There are often lift table applications that will require equipment to be moved around the facility. Typically, lift tables are designed to be lagged into the floor, however, there are many options that can be added to lift tables to make them more mobile. Contact your Pentalift Sales Representative for more information.
April 8, 2016, 3:36 pm - There are many customizable options that can be added to lift tables to better suit your application. When sourcing a lift table, the following core requirements must be provided in order to determine the best model for your needs. 1.Load Capacity 2. Platform Dimensions 3. Travel The above characteristics will serve as a good starting point for developing a concept and budget for a lift table. Contact your Pentalift Sales Representative for more information
April 4, 2016, 10:39 am - Warehouses are usually packed with items from floor to ceiling. Access to these goods is essential, which is why a lift table is a crucial addition to any warehouse space. Lift tables (most of which are also capable of tilting for ease of access to goods) raise and lower items throughout the warehouse. They’re capable […]
April 1, 2016, 9:54 am - The hydraulic scissor lift table is a very common industrial lift. There are many advantages to using a scissor lift: the ability to move heavy loads, ease of operation, reduction in fatigue and risk of injury as well as reduction in work time. The scissor lift comes in a variety of sizes and takes up […]
March 31, 2016, 11:01 am - Loading dock information regularly references TENV Electric Motors and TEFC Electric Motors. What is the difference? TENV stands for Totally Enclosed Not Ventilated Electric Motors. These are used in a wide variety of smaller horsepower applications. This type of electric motor radiates its excess heat through the body of the motor. It is commonly built with special high temperature insulation. TEFC stands for Totally Enclosed, Fan-Cooled Electric Motor. These are constructed with a small fan on the rear shaft covered by housing. The fan is used to assist in cooling the electric motor. Dock levelers commonly use TENV motors and dock lifts commonly use TEFC motors. Contact a Pentalift Sales Representative for further information.