Hydraulic Upender Manufactures and Suppliers

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  • Guthrie, OK

    Our hydraulic lifts are manufactured using a combination of innovation, state of the art technology, the latest engineering designs, and the highest quality products. We take the time to ensure all our lifting products will perform the right way every time. We work hard to please our customers, and we welcome the chance to make you happy today!

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  • St. Charles, IL

    Advance Lifts designs & manufactures hydraulic lifts and other models of material handling equipment. Our ultra high-cycle lifts have a 3,000,000 cycle warranty & our patented platform centering devices reduce lift wear from off centered loading. Since 1974 we have been an industry leader, always exceeding customers` needs for both standard & custom built equipment.

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  • Ontario, CA

    We manufacture hydraulic lifts and a whole lot more. Our goal is to be the best in both quality and customer service. In fact, our mission statement stays we will work hard so you can live easier. We know that customer service is the key to success, and we take your successes as our successes. Our staff is ready to answer any of your questions. Find out how we can help you today when you visit us online or give us a call!

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  • Mentor, OH

    Our hydraulic lifts are a testament to our unwavering commitment to quality and durability. Crafted with exceptional engineering, each product showcases innovative ideas that push the boundaries of what material handling equipment can achieve. We take pride in the heavy-duty materials we utilize, ensuring that our hydraulic lifts meet and exceed the demands of diverse industries.

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  • Milwaukee, WI

    We have a wide line of vertical lifts, but customize each product for our customers’ specific applications. Vertical Reciprocating Conveyors--VRCs are for material handling only and can not be used to transport people.

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  • Newark, NJ

    At Metro Hydraulic Jack, we have been distributing pneumatic, hydraulic and mechanical equipment and tools since 1941. Our product lines include automotive lubrication systems, hydraulic tools for construction, hydraulic lifts and similar types of material handling equipment, mobile hydraulic motors and railroad lifting equipment. We also service most lines of equipment.

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  • Hatfield, PA

    Isotech is a distributor of hydraulic lifts and telescopic lifting columns for medical, radiological, and industrial applications. Our columns provide a stable, reliable, and maintenance free guiding system without any play. We can customize the load, speed, and travel to meet your individual application requirements.

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Hydraulic Upenders Industry Information

Hydraulic Upenders

Hydraulic Upenders are a means for changing the position and orientation of heavy cumbersome equipment or supply loads such as trucks, coils, paper rolls, and other forms of bulky and unwieldy loads. The precision design of this heavy duty equipment allows for a smooth and efficient method for tilting, rotating, and turning heavy items in a safe and reliable way.

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What is a Hydraulic Upender?

The name hydraulic upender is a complete definition of what it is. When items are beyond the ability for workers to lift but need to be turned and repositioned, it is necessary to have a mechanism for changing their position for easy access and use. The first thought that may come to mind is using a forklift. Though that would seem to be a logical solution, the manipulation of large items, such as trucks, using a forklift can be hazardous and require exceptional skill.

Material management companies understood the need for special equipment and developed repositioning devices in the 1990s as a convenient method for taking large loads and changing their orientation. Using double acting tilt cylinders powered by industrial quality motors and hydraulic pump systems, heavy loads are rotated and repositioned in a short time for immediate use for production and storage.

Construction of Hydraulic Upenders

To perform as heavy duty equipment, hydraulic upenders are constructed from high quality steel that is tightly welded and sealed. For precision and control, they have electrical components that are activated by a push button switch. Much like other pieces for lifting and movement equipment, limit switches are used for controlling load rotation.

Since each type of load requires a different type of platform, upender manufacturers offer an array of choices when choosing the lifting platform:

Flat Beds or Platforms
Used for loads that are level and flat-bottomed.
V Saddles
Used in cases where the load is uneven or round so it can easily rest in the point of the V.

Types of Hydraulic Upenders

A major feature of upenders is the many types and varieties that are available to fit any need. When a truck needs to be unloaded and rotated, there are hydraulic and carefully designed platforms with grips and sides that lift and rotate the truck such that its load is dumped. When the load is not as large or heavy but still needs special handling, upenders are available to assist in repositioning and rotating.

This unique piece of equipment has become a vital part of warehouse and supply management as a convenient, efficient, and flexible means for handling those uncomfortable but manageable situations.