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Ergo Lift: the low profile lift table, without floor pit

Thursday, 15 November 2018 ( #898 )
Bolzoni Auramo presents the low profile lift table, extra slim, easy to use and to install. In facts, the Ergo Lift Bolzoni Auramo lift table do not require a floor pit. Commonly used in the agri-food industry, such as the dairy and cured meat, the Bolzoni Auramo lift table of the Ergo Lift range is the best solution for the manual load handling, in relation to the safety and health of operators during work.
Ergo-Lift U shaped top platform for evenly distributed load.
Ergo-Lift U shaped top platform for evenly distributed load.
Designed as a 'work station', the Ergo Lift scissor lift table is applied in many different industries, where the connection between different stages is necessary, lifting and lowering loads at a required height.
The Ergo-Lift table is a work station often used to connect one level to another.
The Ergo-Lift table is a work station often used to connect one level to another.
Due to the low closed height, this scissor lift table do not need to be fitted into a floor pit. In fact, the introduction of low profile lift tables has demonstrated to be widely effective in the production cost control and reduction. In the picture, see a Bolzoni Auramo lift table in application, in the production department of a leading Italian company, active in the dairy and cured meats sector. This model has the U shaped platform, to load a pallet safely onto the table using a hand pallet truck or a pedestiran truck, without the need for an access ramp.
Bolzoni Auramo lift table in application, in a dairy and cured meats production dept.
Bolzoni Auramo lift table in application, in a dairy and cured meats production dept.
Bolzoni Auramo lift tables are designed to work with highest safety also with off-centered and moving loads.
Bolzoni Auramo lift tables are designed to work with highest safety also with off-centered and moving loads.
Production, material handling and warehousing, truck load and unload: a wide range of models and options is available to provide the best solution for any specific need. Our top priority is the safety of the operator during the use of our lift tables. All Bolzoni Auramo lift tables comply with European standards and in particular with the Machinery Directive 2006/42/CE and Safety requirements for lift table EN 1570-1. The Bolzoni Group has specialized in the production of scissor lift tables since 1985. The Bolzoni Auramo lift tables are designed and manufactured in the Italian plant of Piacenza, Italy, in a dedicted area of 5.000 sqm.
Bolzoni Auramo low profile lift tables used in the final packaging process, in a canned tuna fish plant.
Bolzoni Auramo low profile lift tables used in the final packaging process, in a canned tuna fish plant.
Special execution for corrosive atmosphere, with stainless steel AISI 306 top platform and frame.
Special execution for corrosive atmosphere, with stainless steel AISI 306 top platform and frame.
Call today +39-0523-55-55-11, or send an enquiry via email, our Sales Engineers will support you in finding customized solutions to improve productivity, efficiency and safety. For more information on Bolzoni Auramo products, please visit www.bolzonigroup.com, send us an email, or contact the nearest Bolzoni Auramo representative. _____________________________________________________________________________ Bolzoni Auramo is a Bolzoni Group brand Bolzoni Auramo is a market leader in the production of forklift truck attachments, forks and lift tables. The company has manufacturing plants in Italy, Germany, Finland, America and China and through its network of direct branches and independent dealers covering all continents it is able to satisfy all market requirements.
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