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Here at Sparta Engineering we get asked at least once a month from our clients if they really need to get their scissor lifts and manlifts inspected each year. As a result, we’ve decided to write this helpful blog on the regulations and requirements of manlift/scissorlift inspections. Read more →
This is part three of our three part series on hand powered manlifts. In part one we discussed how to keep your entryway safe. For part two we went into the details of the structure surrounding the elevator car. Finally, in this part we will be discussing the elevator car and some tips to prepare for your inspections. Read more →
Welcome to part two of our three part series on hand powered manlifts. In part one we talked about the entryway and the capacity of manlifts. Today we are going to be taking a look at the structure surrounding the elevator car.
Welcome to our three part series on hand powered manlifts. In this article we will be discussing the entryway and capacity.
When most people think of a manlift they think of equipment that you would see at a construction site, like a Genie aerial lift. However, today we are going to be talking about a different kind of manlift. The type of manlift we are going to be talking about is typically found inside a Grain Elevator, Feed Mill, or Seed Cleaning Plants.
For those that have never been inside a Grain Elevator, a manlift is a permanent structure used to transport personnel vertically from floor to floor. It is similar to an elevator in an office tower, but at the same time, it’s very different. There are three main types of manlifts; endless-belt type, hand-powered counterbalanced, and power-type. In this article we are only going to talk about hand-powered counterbalanced manlifts. Read more →
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