Electro-mechanical system achieves elevation by machine or ball screw instead of hydraulics
- Quiet, smooth, clean
- Capacities up to 6,000 lb.
- Up to 72 in. wide
Eliminating hydraulics from the design also removes the task of managing the maintenance of a hydraulic system.
AIR TECHNICAL INDUSTRIES has developed a series of Zero-Low ground-level lift tables powered by an electric motor, with lifting action by machine or ball screw rather than hydraulics. The benefit of eliminating hydraulics includes everything built-in to the machine: No more hydraulic oil, sweat or drips, drifting, and no more remote power pack.
The operation is quiet, smooth, clean and suitable for laboratory or other operations. The new Zero-Low design is also available in stainless steel or aluminum construction for special applications. In addition, the heavy-duty design is suitable for industrial applications where ergonomics are a consideration.
The lift is available in capacities of 250, 500, 1,000, 2,000, 4,000, and 6,000 pounds, with various standard and customizable sizes from 26 x 36 in. up to 60 x 72 in. wide and heights from zero up to 48 in.
The power source is 110 volts AC, 230/460 V three-phase, or battery powered 12 or 24 volts. The controls are momentary contact hand-held pendant or foot pedal for up and down.
The new versions of the popular Zero-Low lifts are an important development for ergonomics, reliability, and cleanliness. ATI seeks to make lifting easier, safer, and more convenient, with improved productivity. The units are low-maintenance, versatile, and can help in any operation where the load starts at ground level and is raised to your desired working height, making this model suitable for forklift free operations.