Unlike spring elevators, Hydraulic Elevators can be set to any height regardless of the load, and the unit is controlled by a dual foot pedal station, which when depressed will raise or lower the lifter.
RotoLift Hydraulic lifters are available in a number of configurations; standard units are available in 1 and 2 tonne load capacities.
RotoLift’s hydraulic lifter’s unique design allows our units to be set up with a number of options.
We can supply a simple flat bed / top (standard), Rotary top, or if required, our 1 tonne units can even be supplied with a powered rotating top.
Applications for RotoLift Turntable Top and Foot Control
Hydraulic tables are used to handle loads safely and easily, as repetitive or heavy lifting by your operator can be dangerous and slow. The operator is in full control at all times. By depressing the foot controller pedal, your operator can raise or lower the table top to the desired height smoothly, quietly and efficiently.
Galvanised Rotating Top
2 Tonne capacity
Why Choose This Product
The risks of back or musculoskeletal injury to workers can be dramatically reduced by setting your loaded product to a specific height that suits the operator for the best picking or packing height.
RotoLift | Engineering, Printing and Materials Handling IndustrySearch Trusted Supplier
Rotolift is proudly a 100% Australian Owned and operated company.
Located in Bayswater Victoria we have been servicing various aspects of the Engineering, Printing and Materials handling industries for the past 30 years with our resources, innovative products and production enhancing designs.
We have over that time come across one common problem, Manual Handling. Time and time again the need to move, stack, relocate and palletised products industry wide can, if not done correctly with the correct equipment can result in injury.
Rotolift have designed and patented a range of products specifically targeting to eliminate work place injury, specifically musculoskeletal injuries.
Work Safe have identified that Musculoskeletal injuries are the most common workplace injury costing nearly $1 billion dollars a year in medical costs, wages and other expenses. Every day, 43 Victorians experience serious musculoskeletal injuries which have equated to the average workers compensation claim costing $55,000, 68% of those claims have been a direct result of dangerous manual handling, particularly lifting, lowering and moving things.
Rotolift products are designed to minimize the associated injuries within the working environment, finalists in the 2010 Victorian Work Safe awards (best OH&S solution in manufacturing, Logistics and Agriculture), Rotolifts focus is to continually work on developing and improving the Rotolift range of products.