All this started in 1980 in New Zealand with a screw-driven one-ton pallet lift since then there have been lifts for
Dairy Industry - milk powder packaging
Musical Instrumental - theatre installation
Jet engine servicing
Cold storage - freezers
Road tanker - filling platform
Earth moving Equipment - 5-ton digger
Bendy buses - ARA 1982 Steel Award Prize.
All goods lifts will be compliant and fit New Zealand building regulations - this requires an engineer's certificate independent of the lift builders.
Obviously, we enjoy a challenge, the experience gained has moved forwards into following designs we keep abreast of lift technology so that which is made will right up to date, fit for purpose and competitively priced.
The illustration is of a 1250kg lift, with a three-walled carriage, roller door entrance on a carriage with double-leaf doors on building controlling entry and exit. Internal dimensions are 1800mm wide, 3000mm long with 2200mm walls, an egg crate diffuser ceiling and hidden LED lighting.
The whole being guided and lifted by a screw-driven canter-lever arrangement, fastened to a side wall of the building - for higher volumes i.e: more than 6 trips per hour substitute a telescopic hydraulic ram with remotely mounted power pack.
This is that which is often used in the storage industry.