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Capacity:

Stroke:

Platform Length:

Platform Width:

Lift Mechanism:

Lift Drive / Actuation:

Features:

Wheel / Tire Type:

Help with Dock Lifts specifications:

Load Capacity
   Capacity       Maximum force or load supported by the lift. 
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Vertical Lift Travel
   Stroke       Stroke is the difference between the fully-lowered and fully-raised lift positions. 
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Physical Specifications
   Platform Length:       Length is the lift platform's longest dimension. 
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   Platform Width:       Width is the lift platform's narrowest dimension. 
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Lift Type
   Lift Mechanism       
   Your choices are...         
   Scissor Lift       Scissor lifts use linked, folding, support members. Lifting action occurs when members are drawn together, typically with a screw mechanism. 
   Screw Lift       Screw lifts employ the mechanical advantage of threads to lift the workpiece vertically.  
   Rack & Pinion       With rack and pinion lift mechanisms, a small drive-gear (pinion) drives a straight-toothed rack to lift the load. 
   Telescoping Lift       Telescoping lifts have a lift mechanism with multiple sections that retract and extend into and out of each other. 
   Articulated Lift       Articulated lifts are multiple-section mechanisms that unfold or articulate to lift a platform or bucket. Cherry pickers are often articulated lifts. 
   Lift Chain       Lift chains use a lift chain and sprocket. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary lifting mechanisms. 
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   Lift Drive / Actuation       
   Your choices are...         
   Hand       Lifts are driven by a hand crank or screw drive. 
   Foot       Lifts are driven by foot pumping or ratcheting. 
   Air / Pneumatic       Air cylinders or motors provide lifting action. 
   Hydraulic       Lifts are driven by an external hydraulic cylinder or hydraulic motor. 
   Electric Motor       Lifts have an electric motor for automated driving. The lift usually employs a screw or screw/scissor combination. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary actuation methods. 
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Features
           
   Your choices are...         
   Tilting       The lift table or platform tilts or inclines. 
   Rotating       A rotating element such as a turntable is used with the table or platform. 
   Hand / Safety Rails       Hand or safety rails are used for personnel safety, or to prevent the load from falling or sliding off the lift. 
   Truck Mounted       Lifts are mounted or mountable onto the back or bed of a utility truck. This category includes total truck-included packages as well as lifts that are sold independently for mounting on trucks. 
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   Wheel / Tire Type       
   Your choices are...         
   Pneumatic       Air-inflated tires can provide greater load-cushioning and drive traction than cushion tires. 
   Solid / Cushion       Solid or cushion tires are functional alternatives to other types of tires. They do not puncture and require less maintenance than pneumatic tires. Construction provides some cushioning features; however, solid or cushion tires offer less shock absorption than pneumatic tires. 
   Other       Other tire configurations not covered explicitly by pneumatic or solid / cushion choices. 
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