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Triple treat from Actisafe

05-03-2014
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Cost effective alternative. Actisafe double and triple-scissor lift tables
Safety and ergonomics specialist Actisafe has introduced to the Australian market double- and triple-scissor lift tables with two tonne load capacities.
 
These tables can be custom designed and manufactured to exact requirements in the manufacturing, handling, retail and food sectors.
 
They are designed to lift or lower product and/or equipment up to and from a selected height.
 
The new scissor lift tables are ideal in areas such as gangways where employees may have to select various stockkeeping units for an order.
 
Or, during maintenance, an item such as a generator or welding equipment can be lifted to suitable heights to facilitate the operator.
 
Made durable for all types of warehouse and logistics conditions, Actisafe double-and triple-scissor tables are provided with highly visible safetyyellow markings.
 
The equipment can be customised to include bellows, roller tops or ball tops. And rails and auto-levelling sensors can be added on request.
 
Units are supplied with a powder coated finish as standard. They are also available with a galvanised finish for added durability, stainless steel (for sensitive food handling areas), or in a range of colours, with pallet disks or U-shaped top.
 
The easy and precise height adjustment is a cost effective alternative to manual handling and therefore minimises the operator’s exposure to many OH&S related handling problems.
 
Trolley mounting options are available for greater mobility. This also allows accurate and careful positioning of goods in most parts of the plant, at the right height.
 
Actisafe
Ph: 1300 852 397
 
Please visit our website below for more information

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