CEC can design and build a Lift Truck/Stacker or Manipulator/End Effector with features that will meet your specific needs. We can build Lift Trucks and Stackers that will accommodate any load size, space restriction, floor condition or runtime requirement that you might have.
CUSTOM LIFT TRUCKS AND STACKERS OFFER A WIDE …
With many years of experience and knowledge, Custom Equipment Company can design and build Custom Die Handling Tables for your unique and challenging material handling applications.
Model No. LMT-4BRGB-10552
Size 48” x 84”
Capacity 4000 lbs.
Lift Range 35” to 50”
Notes Powered Push/Pull system Custom Die Handling Tables installed longitudinally along the 84″ axis allows for safe transfer of …
Die Handling Tables or Lift Tables are commonly used to position loads at an ergonomic height for packaging and assembly operations, to interface with machinery, and to change elevations of various logistics infrastructures.
Standard lift tables are those in which the capacity is between 2,000 and 6,000 lbs, have a lowered height …
SELF PROPELLED LIFT TABLE
• 2,000/3,000/4,000/5,000/6,000 lbs.
• 24” wide x 36” long
to 60” wide x 96” long
• Standard 24, 36” wide x 36”, 48”, 60”, 72” long
• 24”, 36”, 42”, 48” vertical travel
Lowered height of liFt table
• Velocity fuse is standard on
• Heavy duty hydraulic cylinders –
Our stackers are manually propelled lift truck that moves, raises and positions wire baskets, tote boxes, crates, skids and pallets to comfortable ergonomic work heights. Loads are mast-supported. Self-propelled stackers often referred to as “Walkies” are also available as they are needed for powered services. “Walkies” can be outfitted with …
A portable or stationary device supported and stabilized scissor legs that lifts loads from the bottom up. The unit positions material so operators do not have to lift excessive loads, lift repetitively, or bend to do their jobs. Options may include a tilting mechanism to angle the load, or a turn table to …
There are a variety of styles of equipment that supports or elevates a load—either from the bottom up or overhead—to place it at the optimal working height for an operator to complete a task efficiently and with proper ergonomic technique.