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Considerations when renting a material lift
Are you thinking about renting a material lift? If you are, take a moment to think about all of the things that you will be moving. Before submitting your request for rental to the KWIPPED supplier network, check the weight capacity of the lift before renting. Also, consider just how high the lift goes. Some of the smaller lifts might work well for a small warehouse with some relatively low shelves. If you need to lift materials higher though, you need to make sure that you are using a machine that will be able to accommodate. A KWIPPED supplier will be happy to answer specific product questions.
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Roust-A-Bout 1500lbs HOL 18'

Roust-a-bouts have a manual crank ratchet winch that allows one person to lift and place loads in tight locations. Various models of roust-a-bouts are offered with lifts of up to 25 feet, and outfitte ...
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$405.00/week

Sumner 2118 Contractor Lift

Standard Features max height: 18' 4-3/8" Lifting Capacity: 650lb Lift Weight: 321lb Loading Bar - great for overhead cranes Pulley Guards prevent cable from coming ...
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$50.00/day
$110.00/week
$245.00/month

Material lifts 650lbs HOL 24'

Material lifts are easily transportable and can be used for a variety of field operations. The concept is similar to a forklift; hand operated, certain models go up to 24 feet, and items like air cond ...
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$215.00/week

Roust-A-Bout 1500lbs HOL 25'

Roust-a-bouts have a manual crank ratchet winch that allows one person to lift and place loads in tight locations. Various models of roust-a-bouts are offered with lifts of up to 25 feet, and outfitte ...
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$425.00/week

Material lifts 650lbs HOL 18'

Material lifts are easily transportable and can be used for a variety of field operations. The concept is similar to a forklift; hand operated, certain models go up to 24 feet, and items like air cond ...
Rent from
$215.00/week

Roust-A-Bout 1500lbs HOL 15'

Roust-a-bouts have a manual crank ratchet winch that allows one person to lift and place loads in tight locations. Various models of roust-a-bouts are offered with lifts of up to 25 feet, and outfitte ...
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$375.00/week

Sumner Material Lift 24' 600lbs

Standard Features 24' height 650 lb capacity (300 kg) Loading Bar - great for overhead cranes Pulley Guards prevent cable from coming off Reversible forks Plunger pins for quick read ...
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Genie GL 12 Lift

With three base models and many accessories to choose from, the Genie® Lift™ is ideal for all your material handling needs.      Great for shipping/receiving, heavy ...
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Features of material lifts

As mentioned, there are a number of different types of material lifts, and each of them has some slightly different features. Some may have ladders attached to them so that the user is able to climb up and down to load the items onto higher levels. The loading platform can also vary in size. They have easy to use winches and controls that will make raising and lowering the items you are moving faster and easier.

How material lifts work

material liftWhile there are a number of different types and sizes of material lifts available today, you will find that the basic function of each is the same. The operation therefore is quite similar as well. The lifts will typically have a winch system in them, which makes it possible to raise and lower their loading platform. You will place the items that you want onto the loading platform. They can handle different amounts of weight, so that’s something that you always need to adhere to.

About material lifts

Lifting heavy items up to the top shelves or upper floors can be dangerous unless you are careful and you make sure you are using the right equipment. Working with a quality material lift can make it much easier to move materials up and down onto warehouse shelves, and much more. These lifts are extremely useful for many different fields, and they are an essential part of warehouses today. They work very simply, and they can make you more efficient, productive, and safe.

Material Lift Applications

  • Warehouse
  • Factor
  • Industrial
  • Commercial

Material Lift Manufacturers

  • Genie
  • Wesco
  • KSF

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