Low Profile Lift Overview
Low Profile lift tables are primarily used in applications where the lift needs to be loaded by a pallet jack. Other major applications of low profile lifts are those in which the load to be placed is particularly tall or when the height difference in lift operators varies greatly. By having a lowered height of around 3" to 4", operators of even small stature can ergonomically reach the upper levels of pallets when they would not be able to with a standard lift's lowered height of around 8".
The Guardian Low Profile lift can be loaded by a hand pallet jack with the addition of an optional ramp. Ramps come in lengths of 32" and 48". The Guardian Low Profile has numerous safety features including a perimeter safety bar, safety clearance between the scissor arms and maintenance safety blocks.
Our Lift-N-Spin has all the features of the Guardian Low Profile with the addition of a rotating top. With a lowered height of only 4.25", the lowest height for a rotating scissor lift in the market, The Lift-N-Spin can be smoothly loaded by use of a ramp with its exclusive Auto Transition Plate that creates a level surface to the rotating top in the lowered position.
The Guardian U-Lift and E-Lift are designed for applications where a ramping system is not possible but the need for loading the lift by pallet jack is still required. Both lifts require open bottom pallets or skids. The U-lift is for use with narrow 20.5" wide pallet jacks whereas the E-Lift is for use with standard 27" wide jacks and features a center support structure to minimize potential deflection of the load.