Pneumatic Lift Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of pneumatic lift manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source pneumatic lift manufacturers with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate pneumatic lift companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture pneumatic lifts for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading pneumatic lift manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for aerial lifts, scissor lifts, or lift tables.

  • 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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Pneumatic Lifts Industry Information

Pneumatic Lifts

Pneumatics is a technology that uses pressurized gas to affect mechanical motion. The technology utilizes pressurized air as an energy source to accomplish a task.

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The History of Pneumatic Lifts

Pneumatics has been traced back as far as 2000 BCE, when pot bellows were invented to assist with making fire. It was not until 1654, when German physicist, Otto von Guericke, developed the vacuum pump, that the technology started to innovate. In 1700, Frenchman Denis Papin started creating innovations utilizing pressurized air. Ninety-nine years later, Scottish engineer William Murdoch proposed the idea for pneumatic tube transportation. And George Medhurst, a British engineer, proposed a pneumatic railway and an aeolian engine. In 1879, US inventor William Stickney Lamson revived William Murdoch's pneumatic tube transport idea into what is known as the Lamson tube. In the 1960s use of pneumatics became widespread in manufacturing.

Benefits of Pneumatic Lifts

Pneumatics and hydraulics are categorized into fluid power systems. They are commonly used to manage costs, and they produce more power than electric with a smaller carbon footprint. Another advantage of using pneumatic scissor lifts is cleanliness. Pressurized air usually pushes out the dirt that gets stuck inside in pneumatic systems.

Additional benefits of pneumatics are less risk of hazardous situations. Pneumatics utilize regular air. So if a leak was to occur, the only concern is lost air pressure. Pneumatic machines also require less maintenance in the long run because they require air to operate.

Types of Pneumatic Lifts

There are two basic types of Pneumatic lifts. One type is air over hydraulic, which are built the same as a traditional lift except that an air motor replaces the electric motor. Lifts of this type are ideal in applications where electrical components cannot be used in the environment or when electrical power is unavailable. The other type is the airbag design, which inflates airbags under the table to cause lift. Pneumatic scissor lifts use air pressure as their lifting mechanism. Compared to traditional lifts, this lift does not emit hazardous fumes or by-products into the environment, making it a more sustainable option for companies looking to minimize their carbon footprint.

Pneumatic Lift Applications

A pneumatic lift is typically used to raise large or heavy loads during pallet handling or vehicle loading. Additionally, they can be used to assist in work positioning and ergonomic handling of goods. Lifts are recommended to reduce incidents of musculoskeletal disorders in workers. Industries that commonly use lift tables include woodworking, upholstered furniture manufacturing, metalworking, paper, printing and publishing, warehousing and distribution, heavy machinery, and transportation.

Pneumatic Lift Standards and Specifications

It's important when utilizing a pneumatic lift that a few safety precautions are taken. Every employee should be aware of safety regulations and the machine should be regularly maintained and tested. It's critical that employees understand how to position their lifts correctly and all overhead wires are eliminated. Additionally, the lift should always be stable to ensure no employee is in the way of falls.

Proper Care for Pneumatic Lifts

Every manufacturer will have specific care instructions for each type of lift they produce. In general, lifts should not be dragged to reduce the chance of breakage. Additionally, the exterior should be clean of dirt, grit, oil, and grease. Before each use, wipe down the exterior with a damp cotton towel. Ensure the machine is dry before use. It is important to test the machine every three months of non-use to ensure every function remains operational and will not risk harm to the users.