Forktruck lift

 

The truck lift is a freight lift adapted for industrial requirements where loading and unloading takes place with a forklift truck. The lift is made-to-order based on transport needs and is strengthened in order to manage the loads and demands that arise when handling goods with forklift trucks.

 

The lift is usually driven with four direct-acting lift cylinders which provide minimum deflection when being loaded and unloaded compared to when ropes are used. Remote control of the lift provides the truck driver with full control also providing an efficient transport. Special arrangements can also be made to allow the lift for example to be included in a production chain. 

Dimensions

Q

CW

CD

Door

SW

SD

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1 opening

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2 openings

DWG

1250-2500 1500 2700

1300

C4

2200

3100/

3260

1250-2500 1800 2700

1400

C4

2500

3100/

3260

1800-3000 2100 2700

1700

C4

2800

3100/

3260

2100-4000 2200 3100

1800

C4

2900

3500/

3660

2250-4000 2200 3400

1800

C4

2900

3800/

3960

3000-5000 2600 3900

2100

C4

3300

4300/

4460

3250-5000 2600 4300

2100

C4

3300

4700/

4860

3250-6000 2600 4300

2100

C4

3300

4700/

4860

4000-8000 2800 4800

2200

C4

3500

5200/

5360

4500-8500 2800 5300

2400

C6

3500

5800/

6040

4500-9000 3000 5300

2600

C6

3700

5800/

6040

4700-10000 2800 6000

2400

C6

3500

6500/

6740

 

Explanation of abbreviation: 

Q= Rated load (kg) 
P= Number of passengers 
CW= Car Width (mm) 
CD= Car Depth (mm) 

Door= 2AT: 2 panels, automatic, telescopic

SW= Shaft Width (mm) 
SD = Shaft Depth (mm)

DW = Door Width (mm (Standard Width))

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