Why You Need A Custom-Built Lift Table For Heavy Lifting


Why You Need A Custom-Built Lift Table For Heavy Lifting

Lift tables are critical tools on the factory floor because their core function is to improve the safety and efficiency of daily operations. From the basics, such as moving pallets of product through a warehouse to more elaborate jobs like feeding material into a processing line, wherever there’s repetitive or physically demanding work a lift table could probably serve a role. Fortunately, there’s a wide range of off-the-shelf solutions available on the market to solve common applications. However, if nothing out there seems like the right fit, you may need to consider a custom lift table solution. 

Here are a few things to consider if you’re considering a custom-built lift table:

How will it be used? 

This is the first and most important factor to fully consider before you devise a solution. Think about where the lift table will be operated and how it fits into your workflows. Will you be using the lift occasionally, or will it be used continuously through an average workday? If it will be used often, you’ll want to consider a more durable, high-cycle design that uses heavy-duty building materials. How will your employees be using it? That may determine whether you’ll want a lift table that’s pedal operated, manual, or electric. Finally, think about what the table will need to do in a typical cycle. Will it lift, tilt and rotate? Will it perform the same cycle each time, or will the design need to accommodate more options? The range of motion/operations will help designers determine the range of custom controls you might need. 

In addition, consider how much weight the lift table will need to handle. Often, custom solutions are required if the load is particularly heavy or unevenly distributed. All of these considerations will impact the technical parameters of your custom-built lift table. 

Where will it be used? 

The environment where the lift table will be utilized is another important consideration that will inform the materials that are used to design the lift table. The most obvious is whether it’ll be stationed indoors or outdoors. Will it always have access to power? That could determine whether a battery-powered/manual option or electric option is suitable. If your lift table will be exposed to extreme temperatures or harsh chemicals, it may require stainless steel hardware or special protection to extend the life of the lift table. Lift tables can also be designed with oil hydraulics, for example, if they are being used in cleanrooms or in food processing applications. 

Are there special safety considerations or other unique circumstances? 

Finally, custom-built solutions are often needed in specialized work environments. For example, air-powered, oil-free options are often considered in food processing operations. If it needs to be decontaminated often, that’ll also inform the materials used in construction. But in addition to these factors, there is a range of options to ensure user safety as well. Non-skid platforms help keep payloads, or workers, secure and free from shifting. Bellows can be installed to prevent clothing and fingers from getting into the table’s mechanics. Toe guards and edge sensors can also provide another layer of safety. You may also want to consider additional structural reinforcement, especially if workers will be standing on top or below it. 

Again, while the range of considerations is vast, they can all be incorporated into the right design, whether that’s manual, electric, battery, or air-powered lift tables with capacities from 500 to 10,000 pounds.

Let Lange Lift Design a Custom-Built Lift Table for You

If an off-the-shelf solution isn’t the right fit for you, the engineering experts at Lange Lift can set you up with a custom-built lift table, or even modify an existing product. And don’t let the challenges of the application dissuade you, Lange Lift takes a “sky’s the limit approach” to tailor a solution for you. Whether it’s a round top, ball transfer, roller conveyor, UHMW/rubber cover, tilting decks, powered rotation, or tooling slots, Lange Lift engineers will work with you from concept to production. They use the latest in 3D CAD design technology to bring your design to life so you can preview the product before it’s on the job site. 

Lange Lift has over 80 years of experience in custom-built lift table design and production. They are a trusted manufacturer for lift-based material handling needs from small fabrication shops to the U.S. military, defense contractors, aerospace manufacturers, and all industries in between. Contact us today for any questions you may have about our lift table services.

Lift tables play an important role in enhancing productivity and safety in a wide range of industries. Simply raising a pallet of boxes or large pieces of equipment to a height into an ergonomically friendly position reduces strain and the risk of musculoskeletal injuries that often occur when workers repetitively lift or maneuver heavy loads on the job. During WWII, for example, lift tables were used to raise missiles safely into bombers. 

But choosing the right lift table for your factory floor or business isn’t an easy task. There are mechanical lift tables, manual lift tables, electrified or battery versions, and even fully customized lift tables that are built to suit a specific function. All told, there are thousands of sizes and configurations to choose from. So, how do you choose the right one? 

Here’s what you should consider when choosing a lift table:

What Are You Lifting? 

This is the natural starting place, as the task will determine the size, load factor, and lifting mechanism that will be best for the job. Some common tasks where lift tables are used include: 

  • Lifting vehicles or at docking facilities 
  • Increase accessibility in homes and businesses 
  • Position loads for ergonomic handling 
  • Feeding materials into processing machinery
  • Handling pallets 
  • Moving furniture and other equipment 

As such, lift tables find a place in a host of industrial applications. Broadly speaking, you’ll want to know the weight, dimensions (to size the lift platform), and any other unique characteristics of the loads you’ll be lifting. Standard lift tables can handle anywhere from 1,000- to 6,000-pound loads, but that can be customized. You’ll also want to note if you’ll be lifting food products, flammable or explosive material, or other loads that may require special considerations. 

How Will The Lift Table be Used? 

Will you be raising and lowering a load repetitively? Are you feeding material into another step of the manufacturing process? The daily operation of the lift table is an important consideration, as some designs are better suited for repeated lifting cycles whereas others are better for feeding material into a processor, for example. If the lift table is repeatedly raised and lowered through the course of a typical day (more than once every four minutes or so), consider a high-cycle lift table package to extend the life of the hydraulic cylinders. 

It’s also important to anticipate how high you’ll need to lift the load. This is known, in industry parlance, as the lift table’s stroke. Similar to capacity, you’ll want a lift table that’s specified just above the lift table’s anticipated reach. In most standard models, the fully lowered height is just under three feet. If you need to go lower, you may need a pit-mounted solution.

If you’re using the lift table for food or pharmaceutical applications, you may need to use stainless steel materials and hydraulic oils, and mechanical systems. Similarly, there are special design considerations if the lift table will be used in refrigerated facilities. Lastly, if your lift table will require a mounted conveyor system, a no-drift or no-cost package might be necessary to ensure the lift table remains aligned with exit conveyors.

Putting It All Together: Lift Table Options From Lange Lift

Manual lift tables: These are a good fit in almost any industrial environment, particularly if your application requires constant raising and lowering (or cycles). Lange Lift offers electric, battery, and air-powered lift tables to help reduce repetitive motion and increase productivity.

Electric lift tables: Are best suited for stationary ­applications where raising and lowering speeds are the primary objective. Rather than manually pumping the lift table, a user simply presses footswitches for quick, ­ergonomic performance. 

Battery lift tables: Are ideal for mobile ­applications. No plugs or hoses are required for use, and handheld ­controls allow for quiet, quick, and effortless operation ­anywhere. 

Air lift tables: Perfect for use in combustible environments, such as spray booths, where electrical currents are prohibited. An onboard air valve raises and lowers the table with the tilt of your foot. 

Custom lift tables: Applications don’t always have an off-the-shelf solution. Whether it’s a slight modification of a standard hydraulic lift table or a unique design, Lang-Lift experts can tailor solutions to your needs. Here are a few examples from past custom projects. 

Contact the Lift Table Experts Today

Lange Lift professionals have decades of experience focusing on this narrow, but critical, facet of industrial operations. Lift tables play a critical role in the efficiency and safety of your operations. Our experts have seen it all, and with the right information about your job, the Lange Lift team can help you find the right solution. Contact us today if you have any questions about choosing a lift table and to get started!

Electric Powered Hydraulic Lift Tables are ideal for material handling in high cycle applications wherein raising and lowering speeds are crucial for maximum efficiency. Adjustable working heights promote safety, a reduction of bodily stress & repetitive motion injuries, and increased efficiency. Electric Lift Tables are the perfect choice for machinists, welders, assemblers, fabricators, and more. 

Why Choose an Electric Powered Lift Table? 

Five major factors make Electric Lift Tables a terrific choice: 

  1. Enhanced Safety Promotion
  2. Increased Productivity 
  3. Durability and Versatility 
  4. Mobile and Modifiable  
  5. Lange Electric Lift Tables Proudly Manufactured in America 

1-Enhanced Safety Promotion

Electric lift tables are easy to use, and their adoption immediately increases workplace safety. A well-positioned lift table minimizes the need for heavy lifting or reaching for overhead components, actions that are known to cause many workplace injuries. These actions are especially problematic when performed while fatigued, as many workers may be at the end of a shift, highlighting the importance of lifts in injury prevention. 

2-Increased Productivity 

Electric lift tables can lift heavier loads than a human being, and they can lift manageable loads faster than a manual team could. The result is a faster and cheaper production process. Hydraulic and pneumatic lifts are typically operated with an intuitive lever system for easy raising and lowering, and self-leveling tables require virtually no adjustments. Facilities can incorporate lift tables with minimal extra training and minimal interruption to existing workflows. Also, unlike more involved lifting machinery, lift tables don’t slow operators down, so there’s no cost to efficiency. 

3-Durability and Versatility 

The deck can be rotated 360º in any direction, and an adjustable brake handle below the deck can keep the tabletop from freely spinning. What’s more, every Lange Lift Table is mobile, with 2 swivel casters and 2 rigid casters, so materials can be transported from one location to the next. Secure the table in place with the industrial floor lock. Electric Powered Lift Tables have an overall raised height of 45″, a lowered height of 27″, and 18″ of vertical travel. Lift tables are sturdy and simple devices with few external mechanical components. When used appropriately, they require virtually no costly maintenance, even when used in harsh industrial environments. 

4-Mobile and Modifiable

Lange Lift electric lift tables are fully mobile and highly modifiable to fit your lifting needs and requirements. The mobility of these tables reduces the transportation machinery needed, which ends up being easier for your crew. If you know you need an electric lift table for your worksite, but can’t find one in the right specifications that work for you, look no further than us. Our electric table lifts can be modified and are available with multiple lifting mechanisms and in a wide variety of sizes and capacities. Whatever your specifications and budget, you are almost certain to find a table lift that fits your needs.

5-Lange Electric Lift Tables Proudly Manufactured in America 

Contact us to learn more about the benefits of using Lange Electric Lift Tables. Our products have been wholly manufactured at our factory in Menomonee Falls, WI, USA since 1934. The mission of Lange Lift Company is to “Create value with Products that Lift the World.” You can trust that our tables are field-proven, engineered, and built to last, with minimal maintenance. We take material handling seriously and equip our tables with high-quality components. Every product we make is designed and manufactured in America by our team of experts. 

Since 1934: Lange Lift has been manufacturing high-quality hydraulic lift tables, scissor lifts, and custom lift products for material handling in a wide array of industries across the world. We’re still a family-owned small business that has carried on the tradition of its founder. We continue to expand upon his creative vision using the improved processes and manufacturing technology available to us today. We are humbled by the continued trust in us by our customers, from major multinational companies to small job shops, to manufacture and deliver the highest quality lifts available. Contact us today to learn more about what we can do for you.

When your crew is working, you always want to make sure that they have the correct equipment. The right type of scissor lift table can increase efficiency and job site safety, especially in industrial construction environments. However, different types of work environments require different types of tables. The question is: what kind of scissor lift table is right for me? Read on for the multiple lift table solutions Lange Lift offers.

Manual Lift Tables

The flagship product of Lange Lift, our manual lift tables are ideal for manufacturing, welding, and aerospace facilities. These tables should be considered for your team because routine heavy lifting, when done incorrectly, can cause potential back problems, leading to even larger problems down the road.

Lange Lift offers these adaptable tables in two varieties, square and round. The weight capacities of these manual tables range from 1,000 to 4,000 lbs. These tables lift using a manual foot pump and can be used while seated. Each manual lift table can be fully customizable to your specific requirements. This is one of the most popular lift tables.

Electric Lift Tables

If your job site is handling high-cycle applications wherein raising and lowering speeds are crucial for maximum efficiency, electric lifts may be right for you. These smooth and quiet tables are a great choice for machinists, welders, assemblers, and fabricators’ job sites.

Offering four different sizes, the weight capacity of these lift tables is between 1,000 lbs to 5,000lbs. These lifts can rotate 360º in any direction and feature an adjustable lock handle below the deck that keeps the tabletop in position when you don’t want it to move. These tables can be raised between 27” to 45” high. They also offer 18” of vertical travel.

Battery Lift Tables

Our customizable battery-powered lift tables are extremely versatile and perfect if you are handling materials in the industrial or aerospace environment with high mobility requirements. If you are working in an area with limited power sources for an extended period, this lift is what you are looking for.

Like our other lift tables, the overall raised height of these is 45” and a lowered height of 27”. They also offer 18” of vertical travel. Four different sizes are available: 24”, 30”, 36”, and 48” with table capacities between 1,000 to 5,000 lbs. These battery lift tables are powered by a DC motor which then drives the hydraulic fluid to lift the table to the desired working height. To charge the table, it easily attaches to the base mounted battery charger’s cord to a 110V electrical outlet.

Air Lift Tables

If you and your team are working in certain environments with special circumstances, you will need a lift that doesn’t need an electrical current to operate. This is where our customizable air-powered lift table would be the right choice for you. If you are in the industry of general manufacturing, machining, aerospace, national defense, medical manufacturing, welding, product assembly, heavy equipment, energy, oil & gas, and metal fabrication, we can customize a table to meet your exact requirements.

The four different table sizes we offer for this lift can hold from 1,000 to 5,000 lbs. These tables help promote safe lifting practices that let the table do the lifting work, not the operator. In the workplace, repetitive motion injuries are common and can be combated with this ergonomic lift table.

Contact The Custom Scissor Lift Table Experts Today

Scissor lifts are an essential part of operations. Finding the right lift can make a world of difference for the safety and efficacy of your production. Contact us, the scissor lift experts, today to learn more about which product is right for you. We can create a custom lift table for nearly any worksite, and we are excited to show why we are the best in the business!

How Pilates Reduces Ergonomic Injuries

There was a time when pilates was thought to be just for professional dancers. In actuality,  Joseph Pilates originally invented his stretching system for bedridden hospital patients to allow them to exercise from their hospital beds. Over time, however, pilates was viewed as unmanly. But there’s a reason pilates has grown in popularity over the past 10 years. Professional athletes and assembly line workers alike are learning about how pilates reduces ergonomic injuries by stretching, strengthening and aligning your body. As a result, people are feeling stronger and eliminating nagging aches and pains that have plagued them for year, or quite possibly, their whole lives.

Take a play from the Packers’ Playbook

It made headlines a few years back when news stories came out revealing that the Green Bay Packers had integrated Pilates into their training regimen. However, what their trainers had discovered is that pilates requires a connection to your body that allows their athletes to hone into muscle imbalances that indicate what muscles they should focus on.  Often tiny muscles are neglected that support the stronger, dominant ones. As a result of this body awareness, their players are able to reduce injuries and gain a competitive edge.

That’s great. But what can pilates do for you… you ask?

The short answer: a ton. Though working surfaces with adjustable working heights limit ­bodily stress and reduce repetitive motion injuries, they aren’t miracle workers. Even the best Lange Lift tables in the industry can’t compensate for your old football or wrestling injury. 

That’s where Pilates comes into the picture.

How pilates reduces ergonomic injuries for Wisconsin workers

As machinists, welders, assembly line workers and material fabricators, we don’t have to tell you that you’re doing the same motions over and over. If your shoulder flares up after four hours and you pop some Advil, you may temporarily alleviate the inflammation, but you aren’t addressing the underlying issue. Though pilates can’t get rid of all physical issues, it has proven to help those who have lived with pain their whole lives reduce or eliminate it with proper strengthening and stretching.

A good pilates regimen has many ergonomic benefits including:

  • A stronger core. Strengthening your abdominal muscles helps to improve posture and prevent muscle imbalances that cause aches and pains to begin with. A weak core is often the culprit behind chronic back pain.
  • Increased flexibility. Loosening up your back, hamstring, quads and hips make doing those repetitive motions less difficult, resulting in less injuries.
  • Stress Relief. Gentle stretching metabolizes the stress hormones that build up in your muscles making you feel more relaxed.

At Lange Lift, we’ve been reducing ergonomic risks since 1934

At Lange Lift, we create products that limit ­bodily stress, reduce repetitive motion injuries, and increase ­efficiency. If you have the opportunity to try pilates, give it a try and see if it works as another tool in your box to keep you productive and healthy. And contact us today for height adjustable tables to help reduce your ergonomic risks.l









Pallet Inverters : Safety Tips to Never Forget

Pallets help shipping workers every single day. They help bulk shipments of goods get where they’re going more efficiently. However, sometimes the shipment of goods needs to switch from a wooden pallet to a plastic pallet for more permanent storage. In addition, the goods may need turning to prevent the materials inside the shipment from settling. In this instance, a pallet inverter saves the day.

What Is A Pallet Inverter?

A pallet inverter is a machine that is used to turn over pallets whilst still loaded with products. To repeat a bit, pallet turning helps transfer products to a new pallet, to turn the pallet to prevent contents from settling, or even to just replace a broken pallet.

Why Are Pallet Inverters Beneficial?

  1. To prevent injuries and accidents.
  2. To increase the efficiency.
  3. To cut costs dramatically.
  4. To adjust loads of all shapes and sizes.
  5. To increase the number of pallets handled per hour.

What Are Some Safety Tips to Keep in Mind?

  • Remember Your Training
    • You should always be familiar with pallet inverter before operating. Keep in mind what you were taught and don’t take short cuts while operating.
  • Train Everyone in the Shop
    • It may be hard to find the time to train everyone in the shop on how to use a pallet inverter. However, in the long run, it’s much better to have everyone know how to operate it than for an inexperienced person to have to use it alone just to save
  • Schedule Regular Maintenance
    • Regular maintenance is the best way to ensure you pallet inverter is always reliable and operational.
  • Report Any Problems
    • If the machine isn’t working perfectly, you should always let the next operator know and make a note to schedule maintenance ASAP.

You should always stay on the safe side when operating heavy machines with large loads. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) may not be coming in for an inspection, but they could at any moment, unannounced.

In addition, everybody benefits from a safer workplace. People want to be happy and feel safe at work, and following these safety tips can certainly help.

Contact Lange-Lift Today!

Lange-Lift makes the best pallet inverters in the industry. We’re agile enough to modify our existing product line to create one-of-a-kind lift products to meet your exact specifications.

Call us today 262-502-0333

4 Tips Before Buying the Perfect Lift Table for You

A lift table is a table equipped with a hydraulic system for raising/lowering products of equipment. Lift tables also have various ergonomic benefits because it reduces the constant need to bend and twist around to see what you’re working on. For some specific information on ergonomics, check out these tips to improve ergonomics in the workplace. 

There are many things to consider when buying a lift table. This blog will walk you through the various considerations so you know you’re getting exactly what you need.

Here are 4 tips for buying a lift table!

1. Lift Table Capacity

Each lift table has a specific load capacity. Some can handle more weight, others less. You need to consider what it is you’ll be putting on this lift table and how heavy it is. Too heavy, and you might be compromising the longevity and functionality of the lift. Too light, and you might just be overpaying for a lift designed to handle harder work.

2. Height

Each lift table also has a maximum lift height, as well as a minimum height for engaged/unengaged. You need to figure out the average height you’ll be working at and find a lift that can work a bit higher than that. This is because if you are constantly working on a table lifted close to its maximum height you can really decimate the lifespan. In addition, you’ll want to consider your workstation and how much space you can afford to give up. A lift can be stored relatively easily if you just span ahead and find the right spot for it.

3. Lift Table Mobility

Another thing to consider when purchasing a new lift table is mobility. Many people purchase lift tables meant for fixed positions. This means that the table is permanently in the same spot for most of its lifespan. Other people may not just have one specific spot or job for the table. In this case, a portable lift table may make more sense. Many tables on the market have wheels and are lightweight enough to be moved by hand.

4. Load Positioning

The final consideration before buying a table is load positioning. Many tables have the ability to change the position of the load for ergonomic purposes. Among of these features includes the ability to tilt or rotate the item on the table so you yourself don’t have to maneuver around it. It can make a very big difference in daily productivity to get a table equipped with one or both of these features.

Overall, buying a new table can be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be. Following these tips can help you narrow your search down to the point where it’s not much of a search at all. If these considerations don’t narrow your search enough, you may want to consider a customized or modified lift from us at Lange-Lift. Contact us today with any questions you may have about buying a new lift table!

Scissor lifts, with their unique design, smooth, linear motion, and ability to fold flat are well-suited to certain applications, more so than other types of lift. Lange Lift builds the best scissor lifts, entirely custom-built to customer specifications, meeting the customer’s needs with a precisely designed and manufactured product.

Each scissor lift we manufacture is one of a kind, built to last using high-quality materials, expert craftsmanship, and reliable components. The passionate personnel at Lange Lift take a “sky is the limit” approach to features so that you get precisely what you want. Our engineers will work directly with you from concept to production, and we use the latest in 3D CAD design to bring our designs to life to share with you prior to production.

As a perfect example of Lange Lift’s expertise in custom scissor lift design, consider the custom lift we designed for a worldwide cheese processor. This lift features a stainless steel base and deck cover with fork pockets, and is used in a food processing environment where it can be washed down regularly. In addition to the stainless steel base and cover, it was coated in Steel-It epoxy, a coating which utilizes a unique stainless steel leafing pigment. This catalyzed system creates a hard, non-toxic, metallic finish that safeguards a wide variety of materials from the effects of ultraviolet rays, chemicals, oils, alkaloids, food acids, water immersion, abrasion, and high-pressure washdowns. This heavy-duty, hard working scissor lift meets the unique needs of the customer perfectly.

We have the field-proven expertise behind over 80 years of experience in custom lift product design. We are the trusted manufacturer for lift based material handling needs by small fabrication shops, to the United States Military, national defense contractors, aerospace manufacturers and all industries in between.

If you’re looking for a lift table to serve a specific purpose, look no further than Lange Lift. Our 80-plus years of expertise and experience in all types of hydraulic and electric lift tables enables us to be your go-to manufacturer for the highest-quality lift tables available today.

Contact us today to learn more

Since 1934, Lange Lift has been manufacturing high ­quality hydraulic lift tables, scissor lifts, and custom lift ­products for material handling in a wide array of industries across the world. Contact us today to learn more about what our great products can do for your business.

How Lange Lift Builds Custom Lifts for Unique Applications

Your business is as unique and innovative as the minds that built it, with unique problems that require custom solutions. When it comes to lift tables, scissor tables, box dumpers, tilters/upenders or other types of lift equipment, you may not find a solution that exists that meets your unique needs. Luckily, Lange Lifts knows this, and we offer a complete set of services to design and manufacture modified and custom lifts.

Whether it’s a slight modification of our standard hydraulic lift tables or a completely unique lift product, we have the flexibility and experience to design and custom fit one of a kind solutions for our customers. Our custom design team has rich experience in lift design, as well as an expert grasp of new technologies and manufacturing methods, enabling us to quickly and effectively move from concept to completed product.

Our engineers will work directly with you from concept to production. Call us today for a consultation on your unique needs, and Lange’s experts will visit your facility and assess your situation. We’ll take measurements and complete an analysis to fully understand how your custom lift solution needs to operate, and what it needs to accomplish. We’ll take that research and data back to our facility, where our expert designers and engineers will work together to build a solution that exceeds your expectations.

We use our expertise and the latest in 3D CAD software and technology to design the best one of a kind ergonomic lifts in a myriad of varieties. We’ll use that design, combined with our manufacturing excellence, to build a quality final product to exacting specifications, ensuring an effective, safe, and durable solution.

At Lange Lift, we have over 80 years of design experience from scissor lifts to tilters, upenders, turntables, box dumpers, lift gates, pallet inverters, and more. With a variety of designs to fit any situation imaginable, and capacities available from 100 pounds to 40,000 pounds in manual, electric, battery, and air power, Lange Lifts are designed to impress and built to last.

Contact us today to learn more

Since 1934, Lange Lift has been manufacturing high ­quality hydraulic lift tables, scissor lifts, and custom lift ­products for material handling in a wide array of industries across the world. Contact us today to learn more about what our great products can do for your business.

Types of Lifts

Anthony Lange, our founder and creative talent, proved to be ahead of his time in his ability to design ergonomic lifts with exceptional functionality and longevity. Anthony built his brand by word of mouth, letting the product speak for itself. As his brand grew, with it came a reputation of being the go-to lift manufacturer for durable lift tables that are built to last.

Today, continued technological development, innovative thinking, and unstoppable talent has driven Lange Lifts to develop many different varieties of lift, each for a specific purpose. Let’s take a closer look at a selection of the types of lifts that make up our current product offering:

Manual Hydraulic Lift Tables

For basic repetitive tasks that need a steady surface and reliable support, Lange offers Manual Hydraulic Lift Tables. These tables provide a surface for many work activities, such as welding and fabrication tasks, and are easily adjustable using a foot pedal.

Electric Lift Tables

If your task involves complex work that requires frequent adjustment of the work surface, and raising and lowering to enable a closer look and custom positioning, Lange Lift’s electric powered hydraulic lift tables are what you’re looking for. Electric Powered Lift Tables are ideal for stationary applications where raising and lowering speeds are crucial for maximum efficiency. No need for manually pumping the table, simply press down the foot switches for quick, ergonomic performance.

Battery Powered Hydraulic Lift Tables

If your application requires mobility, Lange Lift offers battery-powered hydraulic lift tables that are ideal for mobile applications. When you’re out in the field, your work can’t be hampered by an improper work surface. Lange delivers a reliable solution to mobile applications with our line of battery-powered hydraulic lift tables.

Air Powered Hydraulic Lift Tables

Lange’s Air Powered Lift Tables are ideal for combustible environments, such as spray booths, where electrical currents are prohibited. An onboard air valve raises and lowers the table with the tilt of your foot. This convenient, safe and effective method allows you to work in otherwise inhospitable conditions with an easy to use, adjustable work surface.

Contact us today to learn more

Since 1934, Lange Lift has been manufacturing high ­quality hydraulic lift tables, scissor lifts, and custom lift ­products for material handling in a wide array of industries across the world. Contact us today to learn more about what our great products can do for your business.