2022 - Volume #46, Issue #6, Page #32[ Sample Stories From This Issue | List of All Stories In This Issue | Print this story | Read this issue]
Lift Tables Move And Lift Safely
“Some of America’s largest agricultural manufacturers use our lifts,” says Bill Coleman, LiftWise Product Manager. “They include Case IH, New Holland, and Deere.”
He says many companies lift heavy items with implements like cranes, suspending the heavy loads in mid-air. LiftWise says using ground-based equipment is a safer way of moving loads around the farm or shop.
“We have scissor arms on both our lift tables,” he says. “They both have heavy-duty caster wheels that hold up well on the shop floor.”
The LiftMaster 4000 has a 4,000 lb. capacity and has a single member in the middle.
“If you want to lift something wider, we have a plate attachment that will spread out like a set of arms,” Coleman says. “A person could adapt it to virtually anything they need to lift because it’s adjustable.
“The 7000 has a larger top plate,” he says. “It’s roughly 24 by 36 in., and there are holes in the plate farmers can use to anchor chains.”
The lift tables are similar to most shop jacks in that they have a pump handle. You can pump the jack to either raise or lower a table.
“No matter what, the lift tables are extremely durable,” Coleman says. “We build them strong, so they’ll last a long, long time.”
The 4000 has a lower profile and is built to fit into small spaces. Load capacity is 4,000 lbs. The LiftMaster 7000 has a capacity of 7,000 lbs.
LiftWise has representatives around the country, and locations are available on the company website. The LW4000 is $9,222 and the LW7000 retails for $18,969.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Bill Coleman, LiftWise Product Manager, Diversified Product Development, 700 Research Avenue, Waco, Texas 76705 (ph 254-757-1177; email@example.com; www.lift-wise.com)
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