How to Use Your Lange Lift Table: Manual and Electric Lift Tables
Lange Lift Tables are built to be durable, dependable, and easy to use. Respected for their quality, sturdiness, and minimal maintenance, the original design continues to be a mainstay in industrial environments. Trusted by small fabrication shops to large aerospace manufacturers and beyond, our ergonomic lift tables are a beloved material handling tool for workers. Lange Lift is proud to deliver our quality lift tables in a variety of styles to meet any applications, including manual lift tables and electric lift tables.
With their intuitive operation, Lange Lift Tables are easy to use for everyone in your plant. There isn’t much a learning curve when it comes to lifting, lowering, and rotating your Lange Lift Table, but by following these simple instructions, you’re sure to get the most out of it.
Lange Manual Lift Tables
Lange Manual lift tables easy of operation allows for vastly improved ergonomics without the need for a power source. To lift the table, simply push down the lift pedal. Each complete pump of the pedal will raise the lift table until the deck has reached its maximum raised height of 45″ from the top of the deck to the floor. A built in bleeding mechanism protects the table so that over pumping will not damage it and allow it to settle at 45″.
Lowering the table is simple as well. Push and hold down the lower pedal, and the lift table will lower until the deck has reached its minimum lowered height of 27″, or until the pedal is released. Exercise caution when lowering, and remember that a lift table under load will lower more quickly. Always use proper safety precautions required by your environment.
To rotate the deck, loosen the lock handle under the deck and rotate the deck 360º degrees in either direction at any height. Tighten the lock handle to lock it in place. Some movement is intended to protect the bearing. Be careful to not over-tighten the lock handle, and position the
lock handle arm towards the floor to prevent possible damage.To lock your lift table to the floor, ensure the table is on a flat surface and free of debris so the floor lock can make full contact with the floor. Using your foot, push down on the large pedal until it locks. To release, press up on the small pedal until the large pedal snaps up.
Lange Electric Lift Tables
Lange electric lift tables are designed to be powered from a 120V AC outlet with an industrial grade extension cord connected to the lift’s electrical box. To lift an electric lift table, push and hold down the lift switch until the deck has reached its maximum raised height of 45″ from the top of the deck to the floor. As with a manual lift table, a built in bleeding mechanism will prevent over raising. To lower, push and hold down the lower switch. The lift table will lower until the deck has reached its minimum lowered height of 27″ or the switch is released. Adjust the onboard flow control by hand to adjust lowering speeds, and always use proper safety precautions required by your environment.
Deck Rotation is done in the same way as manual lift tables, by loosening the lock handle under the deck and rotating the deck 360º degrees in either direction at any height. Don’t forget to tighten the lock handle to lock it in place, and position the lock handle arm towards the floor to prevent possible damage. The floor lock also operates in the same way as the manual version, requiring you to push the pedal down until it locks, and is released by pressing up on the small pedal until the large pedal snaps up.
In our next post, we’ll cover the operation of the Lange Lift battery lift tables and air lift tables.
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Since 1934, Lange Lift has been manufacturing high quality hydraulic lift tables, scissor lifts, and custom lift products for material handling in a wide array of industries across the world. Contact us today to learn more about what our great products can do for your business.