What is a Scissor Lift Trolley Used For?
Scissor lift tables can be a great piece of material handling equipment
, particularly for load moving
. Scissor lift tables provide an easy way to increase efficiency and productivity on the factory floor.
They make ideal feeding tables on assembly lines as they can not only be moved around with ease but also raised and lowered to your desired height within the models range.
Why Use A Lifting Trolley
Using scissor lift tables can really reduce the risk of repetitive strain injuries that are often associated with repeated packing, loading and lifting applications. Lifting Gear Direct can supply a wide range of scissor lift tables with various lifting capacities to suit a wide variety of applications to keep your workplace running smoothly.
There are a good variety of models to choose from including manual scissor lifts, hydraulic scissor lifts and electric scissor lift tables. Browse the collection below and let us know if you need any help.
Options we offer
Now that you know how a scissor lift table can be advantageous to many businesses, it is time to think about the precise kind of product from this category that might make the most sense for you.
The hydraulically operated TF75
, for example, is relatively simple and cost-effective in its design, yet still provides a solid 750kg load capacity
Meanwhile the Ace APES
range of scissor lifts is electrically powered and comes with capacities ranging from 300kg right up to a tonne.
Alternatives to consider
A scissor lift table is a relatively specialised piece of equipment in terms of its core functionality, so it may not be especially appropriate for the material handling tasks you have in mind.
Thankfully Lifting Gear Direct
can also offer up everything from pallet trucks
to load moving skates
and even drum handling gear
, so no challenge will be too great to overcome with our assistance.
Ask questions & order from LGD
We are happy to give you guidance over any lifting gear issue, as well as provide quotes and take orders over the phone on 01384 76961. You can also get in touch via email
if this is preferable.