Lift Table Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides a detailed list of lift table manufacturers and suppliers. Find lift table companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture lift tables to your specifications. Peruse our website to review and discover top lift table manufacturers with roll over ads and complete product descriptions. Connect with the lift table companies through our hassle-free and efficient request for quote form. You are provided company profiles, website links, locations, phone numbers, product videos, and product information. Read reviews and stay informed with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of hydraulic lift tables, versatile lift tables, and transporting lift tables of every type, IQS is the premier source for you.

  • Guthrie, OK 888-811-9876

    We carry a large range of products for our customers. Since 1947, we have relied on our skilled workers and superior engineering techniques to create the best products for our customers. Today, we offer lift tables and many other products thanks to our large warehouse. We realize how important stocking the right parts is to our customers, which is why we keep such a large inventory. Contact us for more info!

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  • St. Charles, IL 800-843-3625

    Advance Lifts was founded in 1974 and quickly became the leading dock lift manufacturer in the country. We have maintained that position through innovative design, quick deliveries and superior service. Over the years our product lines have expanded to include lift tables and other lift styles, tilters, turntables, dumpers and stretch wrappers, all of the same high quality.

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  • Ontario, CA 800-358-8833

    Our lift tables are made from high quality materials and are built to last. We know how affordable products are important to you, which is why we try to keep prices low wherever we can. We work hard to manufacture the finest lifting products in the industry. Let us know how we can help you by contacting us today! You can also visit our website for more info.

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  • Eau Claire, WI 800-657-6956

    LPI Lift Systems can provide you with solutions to a safer and more productive working environment. LPI customers count on us, repeatedly, to provide the right solution to their access challenges with standard and custom-designed lifts and platform systems. Our experienced team understands the rigors of industrial processes and is ready for you to challenge us with your application!

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  • Newark, NJ 800-633-8234

    Metro Hydraulic Jack Co. is a third generation family business. We try to add our personal touch to each job, which ensures that every product sold is made properly and to our customers’ satisfaction. At present we are one of the leading sales & service centers in the United States, distributing a plethora of material handling products such as lift tables.

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  • Battle Creek, MI 269-966-3122

    Burr Mobile Lifts is dedicated to manufacturing products that improve mobility and independence, and increase the quality of life to those that utilize them. Our product lines can provide our customers with the ability to enter their recreational vehicle or travel with their mobile scooter without hassle. Contact Burr today for more information!

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New Four Lift Synchro-Systems

A new “Four lift Synchro-System” is offered by Advance Lifts, Inc. This system allows movement of any one lift independently, or pair “A” or pair “B” as subsets, or all four lifts simultaneously. Synchronization amongst the selected lifts is typically + or – 1/8” or better, regardless of direction of movement or the relative loading of the individual lifts. Speed of movement is also unaffected by lift selection or load weight. A movie demonstrating this system is available. For more information call Advance Lifts, Inc. at 1-800-843-3625. To find out... Read More

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Lift Tables

Lift tables are surfaces designed to raise and lower objects, mostly within industrial and manufacturing settings, on a relatively small scale. They make alterations in the workplace easy by providing a way for items to be brought to selected heights for optimal access, where they can be moved or worked on. Lift tables champion the concept of ergonomic workspaces, which places emphasis on how space can be used and equipment can be built to create safer, more productive environments for workers. Lift tables do this by removing or lessening the burden placed on workers when they must be awkwardly shaped or heavy objects, as well as by generally allowing workers a way to transport equipment, parts and products with a significantly decreased risk of lifting-related injuries. In addition, they help workers utilize space more efficiently.

Oftentimes, lift tables are mobile, dressed with castors or wheels that give them the ability to move or be moved throughout a building with relative ease. While they are rarely large enough to lift heavy or widely-proportioned vehicles, they can sometimes transport motorcycles. Lift tables that lift motorcycles are simply called motorcycle lifts. Lift tables are also commonly used in veterinary clinics and hospitals, where they help doctors provide the most accurate and safe medical examinations and procedures possible. Other applications of lift tables include but are not limited to: vehicle loading and docking, wheelchair lifts and mobility impaired access, work positioning, materials positioning, ergonomic handling, product distribution and machine feeding.

Additionally, although small, light-duty lift tables can be powered via electricity, where they are used for non-demanding applications, most lift tables are powered using hydraulics. Hydraulic lift systems universally create movement using compressed hydraulic fluid encased in a cylinder, aptly named a hydraulic cylinder. Hydraulic cylinders are defined as reinforced cylinder cases or chambers that consist of a piston, multiple flanges and seals, a hollow area and an input through which hydraulic fluid is conducted. To work, pressurized hydraulic fluid is forced into the hydraulic cylinder. This forces the piston to move, which then lifts the rod or other connecting material to which it is linked. This material, is in turn connected to a load, which it also moves. In the case of lift tables, this so-called load consists of both the lift table and whatever the lift table is supporting. In addition to being able to lift and support the load of the lift table with the force it created from compressed hydraulic fluid, the hydraulic lift system is also able to release this pressure gently and in increments. In doing so, it decreases the chance of a sudden change that could cause worker injury and/or product damage.

Though there are many types of lift tables out there, the vast majority of them are designed as scissor lifts. When a scissor lift is opened or closed, it creates a shape that looks very much like a pair of scissors. Scissor lifts make excellent lift tables for a number of reasons. For one, they are reliable and strong; they can bear very heavy loads and users can trust that they will support the weight of their application. For two, they are completely collapsible, which is ideal for facilities that practice ergonomics. They can also handle wider work loads than most lift tables. In addition, they may use hydraulic powered, gas powered, electrically powered or mechanically powered. A wealth of choices is always a good feature; users can choose the power source of their lift tables based on their application requirements and the environment in which they will be working. For example, hydraulic lift systems are more reliable than mechanical lift systems and they can handle larger and heavier loads than the others. Electrical lift systems, though, do not produce emissions and make very little noise. Therefore, they are often the go-to for indoor warehouse and factory applications. Applications that take place outdoors, on the other hand, such as rough terrain lifting, often use diesel-powered lift tables that cannot be used inside. Other types of lift table configurations include rod mounted tables and wall mounted tables. Wall mounted tables are especially popular as veterinary lift tables.

Lift tables provide invaluable services to a diverse set of industries, such as metalworking, woodworking, printing and publishing, transportation, medicine and medical procedures, oil and petrochemicals, marine, warehousing and more. If they are carefully chosen, properly installed, properly maintained and properly used, they will provide users in every industry with safe, efficient and ergonomic lowering and lifting for years to come.

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