Lift tables are used to heighten and position materials for workers so as to prevent against possible injuries in a wide array of industries, including the manufacturing engineer community.
Although visibly they seem somewhat unaltered, they’ve changed quite dramatically over the past 10 years, sustaining a viable industry of people looking for good quality equipment for use in construction or other industries.
The technology for lift tables has gotten consistently better, with lightweight parts and high quality mobile lift tables being the new standard. These products are made of incredibly well-put together parts and, if you’re shopping with a respected manufacturer, they’ll last you a long time.
Because of the new ergonomic design and ease in which the new generation of lift tables maneuver, workers can now utilize this essential piece of equipment for a wide variety of uses never before thought possible.
These products are tried, tested and quality ensured. They’ve adapted with the changing technological and ergonomic needs of the workforce over the past decade and now offer a variety of new uses.
Lift tables are specially designed to force proper ergonomic techniques for a variety of common work applications, therefore the selection process for this equipment is essential to achieving the maximum benefits of the application.
By following the few basic steps outlined below, proper equipment selection can be easy to understand and achieve.
We make a point of always delivering an answering to your individual materials handling application needs, and have continued to adapt with the times as to always remain ahead of the curve when it comes to equipment evolution.
Our wide range of products come in a variety of operating styles such as Hydraulic, Mechanical and Pneumatic and can be used in a number of applications like cold storage, warehouses, manufacturing, logistics and sanitary facilities.
As the industry changes, so must our equipment. Just as an IT expert wouldn’t use a 2001 MacBook, we shouldn’t be relying on outdated technology for our day-to-day operations.
With a variety of changes over the past 10 years and more to come in the near future, there has never been a more exciting time in our industry.