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TROLLEY AND GOODS LIFTS

Suitable for the safe movement of goods only, either loose or by pallet and trolley. All lifts are loaded at floor level where a pit is available or can be used with a suitable ramp.

Working loads of 100-300kg compliant with EC Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC and  EN81-3 Supply of Machinery (safety) Regulations 2008.
Rated Loads of 300-1000kg compliant with EC Machinery Directive 2006/48/EC and EN81-31 Supply of Machinery (safety) Regulations.

Features
  • Galvanised Steel Car.
  • Hinged Galvanised Steel Doors
  • Single or Through Entry
  • Overhead motor with compartment door.
  • Serving up to 6 floors. (15metres)
Options
  • Passenger accompanied lifts
  • Lifts to 2000kg capacity.
Contract Weight Car Shaft Headroom
 
Rated Load Width
CW
Clear
Opening
Depth
CD
Height Width
SW
Depth
SD
Pit
Depth
Top
Driven
 
Goods Lifts with door entrances on the front only  
100kg-300kg 1000 1000 1000 1200 1400* 1200 200 2350
Floor loading goods lifts are available in bespoke sizes up to 1000 x 1000 x 1200 (CW x CD x CH)
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Goods Lifts with door entrances on the front and back (thru car arrangement)  
100kg-300kg 1000 1000 960 1200 1400* 1200 200 2350
Floor loading goods lifts are available in bespoke sizes up to 1000 x 1000 x 1200 (CW x CD x CH)
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Goods lifts for contract weights upto 500kg  
300/500kg 800 800 1100 1800 1200 1210 200 3100
300/500kg 1000 1000 1400 2000 1400 1510 200 3300
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Goods lifts for contract weights upto 1000kg  
750/1000kg 1000 1000 1400 1800 1475 1565 200 3100
750/1000kg 1275 1275 1400 2000 1750 1565 200 3300
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* Where a drop bar is fitted to prevent items falling from the car when in motion 40mm should be deducted from the car depth for each entry.  
* A pit is normally required at the lowest level to enable the lift floor to be level with the building floor.
Where this is impracticable a suitable ramp can be constructed to enable wheeled access.