Goods Lifts

Goods Hoists enable Operators to have an ideal solution for the movement of their products between different heights and floors.

Goods Hoists are available in 2 model ranges – column (rail) mounted or scissor lift.

  • Both types can be installed as either freestanding or fitted into an existing shaft
  • Column lifts can be 1, 2 or 4 pallet capacities
  • Column Lifts can go up to 12 meters high
  • Scissor lifts can carry up to 10 pallets
  • Comply with Australian Design Standards
  • Available with multiple door configurations
  • Control board provides maintenance and diagnostic feedback

Scissor Lift Goods Hoists / Goods Lifts

These lifts use a scissor mechanism to support the platform and a hydraulic power unit to elevate it.

Advantages

  • Large capacity – up to 10 pallets
  • Robust, proven design
  • Custom deck sizes available
  • Cost effective

Disadvantages

  • Needs deeper pit than column lifts
  • Unsuitable for small lift footprint

Column / Rail Mounted Goods Hoists / Goods Lifts

These lifts use a column mounted to the freight hoist skeleton to attach and elevate the lifting platform.

Advantages

  • Ideal for smaller footprint
  • Minimal pit requirement
  • Design allows external or internal installation
  • Low cost alternative to traditional lift

Disadvantages

  • Not suited for loads greater than 4 pallets

Goods Hoist Applications

  • Warehouses
  • Distribution centres
  • Factories
  • Self-Storage
  • Mezzanine floors
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