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Versatile scissor lifts from Optimum

01-06-2010
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Optimum Handling Solutions’ scissor lifts are now available for a broad range of industry applications including food manufacturing, printing, mining and cabinet making.

Recent projects include scissor lifts for goods elevation to mezzanine level, pit mounted scissor lifts for access to loading docks and units located within automatic conveyor lines with integrated control systems.

Control systems for the Optimum Handling Solutions scissor lifts can be configured to receive inputs from external controllers for automatic operation.

The Optimum Handling Solutions custom built scissor lifts are engineered and built in Australia to AS1418.8 standards.

The lifts include a number of standard safety features such as low voltage control circuits, hose burst safety valves and perimeter cut out bar.

Optimum Handling Solutions
Ph: 1800 066 008
www.optimumgroup.com.au

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