Complete lifting systems for your workplace
Maximum capacity: 600 kg
Lifting height: 1,5-8 m
A complete ergonomic lifting system consists of three parts:
– a traverse system or jib crane that enable the load to be moved freely within a certain perimeter.
– the Bal-Trol, that makes the load weightless and is used to raise and lower it.
– the Gripper a type of lifting tool that grips the load using either vacuum suction cups, mechanical grippers or a hook.
Click on an image to see the different parts of our lifting systems illustrated.
An ergonomic lifting system from Lifts All consists of an overhead rail system or crane, the pneumatic hoist Bal-Trol, and a lifting tool (a gripper, as we call it). Such systems guarantee safe, ergonomic and energy-efficient material handling. Most warehouses and factories benefit from using a lifting system. Installing a gripper in a production process, on an assembly line or at work-points where repetitive lifting movements occur, can make a huge difference. Because the loads feel weightless, heavy lifting work becomes easy. The operators’ body posture and movements become normalized. Traditional working rolls that required physical strength can now be carried out by anyone. Thus, contributing to having a healthier staff and less sick-leave absentees.
We tailor make our lifting systems to our customer’s specific needs and their working spaces. With the help of a complete lifting system, workers are able to lift sacks, boxes, barrels, rolls and much more, efficiently and ergonomically.
Components of a complete lifting system
Customized overhead rail systems and jib cranes provides flexibility in moving goods around in larger working areas. Based on your needs, we can provide solutions to ensure an effective workflow just for you. Our overhead systems come in a myriad of configurations. Our cranes can be mounted on walls, ceilings, or on pillars installed in the work area. A particularly popular solution is our mobile jib crane, the FlexiCrane Mobile, which can be moved by a forklift to where it is needed most.
The Bal-Trol, a pneumatic hoist, is usually installed onto the crane or overhead rail system. This, in turn, is connected to the lifting tool or gripper. With a Bal-Trol, the load becomes weightless and can be raised and lowered. Our grippers come in various models, depending on what the load is and how it should be handled. We have produced over 4,000 lifting tools since our beginning in 1994. Read more about our grippers for different objects here.