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Manual Mobile Lift & Tilt Table

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SKU
MMLTT
Work positioners like the Manual Mobile Lift and Tilt Table (MMLTT & MMLTTD) from BHS reduce the risks of muscle sprains, strains, and tears.

Work positioners like the Manual Mobile Lift and Tilt Table (MMLTT & MMLTTD) from BHS reduce the risks of muscle sprains, strains, and tears. Many workers in warehouses and manufacturing facilities must sort, unpack, or otherwise handling small parts held in tote boxes; as the contents of the box diminish, staff must bend and reach further and further to continue work.

Features & Benefits

  • Positions work for optimal ergonomics
  • Elevates heavy components such as car parts for welding or assembly
  • Fully portable, self-contained units are ideal for food processing, cold storage, and other forklift-free environments
  • Custom version available, including stainless steel construction for food processing
  • No electric parts for reduced maintenance and upkeep
  • Heavy-duty poly “EZ-Roll” casters and an ergonomic push bar for smooth travel
  • Hydraulic lift cylinder controlled by simple foot pedal for precise positioning
  • Steel construction with high load limits
  • Ships standard with a chemical-resistant powder coating
  • Tilts to a full 45° for complete access to loads
  • Caster brakes during use

Available Models

  • MMLTT-750 (750 lb capacity)
  • MMLTT-1200 (1200 lb capacity)
  • MMLTTD-750 (Dual Scissors 750 lb capacity)
  • MMLTTD-1200 (Dual Scissors 1200 lb capacity)
Side Mount Power Unit (MMLTT-SD)
Side mount power unit provides easy maintenance access while minimizing footprint
Fork Pockets (MMLTT-FP)
Fork pockets allow relocating the tilt table by lift truck to and from a work site

California Residents: WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or reproductive harm, and birth defects or other reproductive harm. Learn more here.