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Handling & Ergonomics Product: Double stacked, pneumatic scissor lift for assembly line support

For raising materials up to workers who assemble products while located on elevated platforms, a double-stacked pneumatic scissor lift table is equipped with a riser.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
September 28, 2010

For raising materials up to workers who assemble products while located on elevated platforms, a double-stacked pneumatic scissor lift table is equipped with a riser. The lift provides product to the worker’s platform while ensuring proper ergonomics and a constant line rate. It also eliminates the need to step down from the platform to retrieve parts. The system has a 4,000-pound capacity and rises to 94 inches in less than 10 seconds. Features include captured roller wheels and pedestal-mounted controls. Herkules Equipment, 800-444-4351, www.herkules.us.

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