With up to 45º of tilt, our Tilt in-plant platforms can greatly reduce stress to the body by limiting repetitive tasks such as bending and reaching.
Tilt Platforms are conveniently stored both vertically and horizontally by push button or foot pedal control and are available with load capacities of up to 10,000 lbs., optional scissor and floor-mounted models available.
Features & Benefits
The ERGONOMIC™ Series of tilt platforms MODEL TP are available in capacities from 1,000 to 10,000 lbs. and deck sizes from 2' wide x 3' long to 8' wide x 8' long.
The platform is powered both up and down by push button or foot pedal and will hold any tilt angle from horizontal to 45°.
The unit can be mounted on the floor or on the deck of a scissor lift. A load stop is located on the hinged side of the platform.
Standard features include a full width piano hinge to eliminate pinch points; velocity fuses on hydraulic cylinders, and a prewired and plumbed power unit and controls.
The platform is a robust welded structure designed to minimize twisting and deflection.
The deck is painted high visibility yellow with safety striping on the perimeter.
The full width piano hinge pivot includes a zinc-plated rod coated with anti-seize lubricant.
The hydraulic cylinders have polished chrome rods, low friction seals and self-aligning spherical bearings.
NORDOCK® guarantees that the ERGONOMIC Series of Lifts, Tilt Platforms and Turn Tables will perform as described and to the full satisfaction of the purchaser for one-year from date of receipt or NORDOCK® will repair, replace or remove the product and refund the purchase price.
Order by Model, Deck Size and Capacity: Example SL-24-4 = ERGONOMIC Scissor Lift - 2' Wide x 4' Long Deck - 4000 Lbs. Lifting Capacity.
NORDOCK® lifts are designed to exceed the requirements of ANSI MH29.1, Safety Requirements for Industrial Scissor Lifts.
Consult your NORDOCK® representative for custom applications, sizes and capacities or when combining models and options.
Note: Not all options can be combined.
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