This section provides an overview for electric lifting devices as well as their applications and principles. Also, please take a look at the list of 10 electric lifting device manufacturers and their company rankings.
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An electric lifting device is a device that can raise, lower, and change the height of tables, chairs, beds, etc., powered by electricity.
They are used in a wide range of fields, such as factories, offices, and hospitals, because they can adjust the working height according to the use of the operator. They are also attracting attention for their health benefits, such as posture, since they can be adjusted to suit the height and individual.
It can be easily operated with only a switch. The device is also designed with safety in mind, with a function that automatically stops the device if any obstacle is detected by a sensor.
Electric elevators are used in a wide variety of fields, including hospitals, factories, and offices.
In hospitals and nursing care facilities, they are used for patient examination chairs, examination tables, stretchers, nursing care beds, and wheelchairs.
In factories and offices, they are used in the ergonomics of desks, work tables, and chairs to alleviate worker fatigue by lifting and lowering them. They are also used in electric cylinders on ships.
Electric lifting devices include multi-lifts (e.g., industrial work platforms), slim lifts with low-noise designs, and highly rigid types with a Structure of that can handle large loads.
There are also synchronized types that combine lifting and lowering operations and can be used with multiple units. Features of these machines include safety design, such as automatic power supply shutdown in case of failure during lifting or lowering by sensors, automatic shutdown at the final point, etc. Below are the types and features of the equipment.
These are chairs that automatically ascend or descend stairs and are designed for outdoor use or outdoor use. They are available not only for straight staircases but also for curved staircases and other staircases of various shapes.
These are 3-step electric lifting devices. The maximum stroke is 16 inches. They are used for beds, chairs (examination chairs, dental chairs), and examination tables in hospitals and nursing care facilities. Features of this compact unit are its long stroke.
These are two-stage electric lifting devices. It is compact and used mainly in offices and other desks.
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Ergonomic Partners is a branch of Tri-State Overhead Crane, located in St. Louis, Missouri. Ergonomic Partners has a 50-year history as a turnkey solution manufacturer for material handling applications. Ergonomic Partners provides customer solutions for repetitive lifting application, precise product placement, and awkward load handling. Additionally, Ergonomic Partners provides off-the-shelf ergonomic material handling and workstation equipment with custom designed and engineered handling devices and special equipment solutions. Custom lifting devices include ergonomic lift assists, easy arms, manipulator arms, vacuum lifters, tool balancers and more
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