The Vestil CART-1000-TS hydraulic elevating cart can be used to transport heavy materials, and it has a steel frame, a handle, four caster wheels, and a foot-operated hydraulic platform that can be raised or lowered to an optimal height for loading or unloading. This portable lift table is made of steel, which is resistant to wear and corrosion. The blue powder-coated finish resists scratches, chipping, fading, and other wear. The foot pump has two speeds to raise or lower the platform. The single scissors mechanism extends to raise the platform to as high as 35-1/2 inches. The caster wheels are made of polyurethane, which has a greater load-bearing capacity than rubber, won't puncture or go flat, and is resistant to corrosion and wear. Two of the wheels swivel for maneuverability and have brakes to keep the cart from rolling. The handle allows the cart to be controlled and maneuvered. A velocity fuse in the hydraulic cylinder helps prevent it from failing. The platform measures 19-3/4 x 32 inches (W x D) and has a service range of 15-1/2 to 35-1/2 inches (H). (H is height, the vertical distance from lowest to highest point; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right; D is depth, the horizontal distance from front to back.) The cart has a load capacity of 1,000 lb. and weighs 205 lb. This product is intended for use in professional and industrial environments.
Lift tables typically comprise a frame, a scissors mechanism, and a hydraulic or motorized platform that can be raised or lowered to an optimal, ergonomic height to load or unload heavy materials, or to support a person. Some lift tables have wheels and a handle, allowing them to be used as carts for transporting materials. The platform may be controlled with a foot pump or, in the case of electric-powered lift tables, push buttons. Lift tables can be used in warehouses and other industrial environments.
Vestil manufactures materials handling equipment, including hoists and trolleys, jib and gantry cranes, loading dock equipment, and storage solutions. The company, founded in 1968, is headquartered in Angola, IN.