Low-profile LiftMat lift table can accommodate any skid or pallet

Low-profile LiftMat lift table can accommodate any skid or pallet

The low-profile LiftMat lift table from Southworth Products descends to just 3¼ inches above the floor and accommodates any skid or pallet, including closed-bottom designs.
This ergonomic table minimizes back strain while reducing costs and raising productivity. When the unit is equipped with an optional diamondplate ramp, workers can feed and offload it with a hand pallet truck or rolling cart, making it ideal for use in tight spaces, work cells, or anywhere a forklift is unavailable.
The user can access loads from all four sides with no bending and minimal reach-over, reducing worker fatigue and injuries. As boxes are added or removed, the platform is smoothly raised or lowered to the most comfortable height with a powered foot switch, a hand-held push-button remote, or a wall-mounted switch. A full-perimeter, auto-stop safety toe guard instantly stops descent when it comes in contact with any obstruction.
Because it does not require a pit, the unit can be relocated as needed and can be used in leased buildings or on upper floors where pits cannot be built. Loading and unloading unpalleted boxes with a two-wheel hand truck or dolly is easy, especially with the optional ramp. Other applications include machine feeding, raising malfunctioning equipment to a comfortable level for repair work, assembly work positioning, and transferring loads between levels.
Capacity is 2,200 pounds, and the raised height is 31½ inches. Made of structural steel, the LiftMat is available with 15 platform sizes, ranging in 6-inch increments of width and/or height from 24 x 60 inches to 48 x 72 inches. All pivot points have lifetime-lubricated bearings. Also available is a portability package—two fixed wheels at one end of the base frame and a skid spotter with steel wheels (adds ½ inch to collapsed height and requires a minimum platform width of 30 inches).
For more details, access www.SouthworthProducts.com.

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