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Warehouse Lift

Warehouse Lift

Product Code: MEZZ-LIFT50
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Our Warehouse Lift is a simple to use, robust mezzanine floor goods lift for handling loads up to 500kg. The mezzanine lift is an ideal solution working with goods between floors in warehouses, factories, stores and workshops. Ideally suited for lifting pallets, trolleys and cages on to a mezzanine floor.


We design, manufacture, install and service all goods lifts which are supplied with a full 12 months on site warranty as standard. See our range of mezzanine lifts and industrial lifts.

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  • High-quality construction, proudly designed and manufactured in the UK.
  • Versatile mezzanine floor goods lift designed for efficient loading and unloading.
  • Freestanding design for flexible placement in industrial or commercial settings.
  • Quick installation facilitated by a modular framework, typically completed in 1-2 days.
  • Fast delivery within 8 weeks from order to installation.
  • Maximum lift height ranging between 3 and 4 metres, ideal for industrial applications.
  • Spacious usable platform measuring 1350 x 1350mm, perfect for material handling.
  • Loading access available on any three sides, ensuring adaptability in various work environments.
  • Full-height mesh enclosure equipped with electro-mechanical interlocked systems and handrails, prioritising safety in commercial and industrial spaces.
  • Option for either ramp or pit-mounted configuration, offering flexibility in setup for industrial goods lift.
  • Pre-fitted controls for streamlined and user-friendly operation, enhancing efficiency in material lift operations.


Introducing our warehouse lift, a versatile and robust solution meticulously crafted to address your specific material handling requirements. This commercial goods lift, proudly designed and manufactured in the UK, showcases a freestanding design, ensuring steadfast performance in both commercial and industrial environments.

Our warehouse lift, also known as a mezzanine lift, distinguishes itself with a maximum lift height ranging between 3 and 4 metres and a heavy duty 500kg load capacity, making it the ideal choice for a range of industrial applications. The generous usable platform size of 1350 x 1350mm provides abundant space for the seamless loading and unloading of pallets, trolleys, and various materials, thereby enhancing the lift’s functionality in commercial spaces.

Prioritising user convenience, the loading access is available on any three sides, seamlessly integrating into your workspace and accommodating your specific application needs. The full-height mesh enclosure, equipped with electro-mechanical interlocked systems and handrails, underscores our commitment to safety, rendering this warehouse lift a secure choice for material transportation in industrial settings.

Recognising the spatial challenges inherent in warehouse, our lift offers the flexibility of being either ramp or pit-mounted, a feature especially advantageous in compact areas where minimising footprint is paramount. Whether you opt for the ramp or pit-mounted configuration, rest assured that our lift is optimised for easy loading, making it an ideal solution for areas with limited space.

The modular framework ensures a swift 1-2 day installation process, delivering unparalleled convenience for bustling industrial and commercial settings. Furthermore, our dedication to efficiency extends to our rapid delivery, ensuring the product reaches you within a mere 8 weeks from order to installation.

Whether your focus is on an industrial goods lift, a material lift, or a mezzanine lift, our product’s adaptability and pre-fitted controls position it as a stellar choice for diverse settings. Choose reliability and unparalleled performance with our warehouse lift – a commercial and industrial lift solution meticulously crafted to elevate your operational efficiency.

Warehouse Lift Technical Specifications

Load Capacity


Useable Platform

1350 x 1350mm

Lift Height

3000mm / 3500mm / 4000mm


Hold to Run Push Buttons as Standard

Door Access Height


Power Supply Required

415V / 3ph


All Steel / Mesh Clad Shaft


Black Spray

Duty Cycle

10 per Hour (Single Shift)

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Warehouse Lift Delivery

Delivery and installation to UK mainland is approximately 6-8 weeks from order. Accurate delivery dates will only be confirmed once the pre delivery inspection (PDI) has been carried out. Delivery requires use of customers forklift onsite and access must be good allowing large welded items and forklift to pass easily from outside.


What is a warehouse lift?

A warehouse lift, also known as a goods lift or material lift, is a specialised piece of vertical lifting equipment designed for efficiently transporting goods within warehouse and industrial settings. This equipment is specifically engineered to move goods, pallets, or other materials vertically between different levels of a facility, such as mezzanine floors or storage areas. The primary goal is to optimise space utilisation and enhance overall operational efficiency within a warehouse environment.

Key features of warehouse lifts include:

  1. Versatility: Warehouse lifts are adaptable to a variety of materials commonly found in warehouse environments, ranging from goods to products and supplies.
  2. Load Capacity: These lifts are designed to support different load capacities, accommodating varying weights from smaller loads to heavier pallets or equipment based on the specific requirements of the facility.
  3. Loading Access: Many warehouse lifts offer loading access on multiple sides, providing flexibility for integration within the workspace and facilitating efficient loading and unloading processes.
  4. Safety Features: Safety is a top priority in warehouse operations. Warehouse lifts are equipped with safety features such as full-height mesh enclosures, electro-mechanical interlocked systems, and handrails to ensure secure material transportation.
  5. Design Options: Warehouse lifts come with various design configurations, including freestanding designs or those that can be integrated into existing structures. Some lifts offer ramp or pit-mounted options, catering to specific spatial constraints.
  6. Height and Size Specifications: The specifications of a warehouse lift, including maximum lift height and usable platform size, are tailored to meet the diverse needs of warehouse operations.
  7. Ease of Use: Warehouse lifts are designed for user-friendly operation, featuring intuitive controls and, in some cases, pre-fitted controls to streamline material handling tasks.
  8. Installation and Delivery: These lifts often feature modular frameworks that facilitate quick installations, with efficient delivery timelines to minimise disruptions to warehouse operations.

In essence, a warehouse lift serves as a specialised lifting solution, specifically crafted to meet the unique demands of warehouses and industrial environments, providing an efficient means of vertically transporting goods and contributing to the overall productivity of the facility.


What is the difference between a warehouse lift and a scissor table?

A warehouse lift and a scissor table are both types of material handling equipment designed to facilitate the movement of goods within industrial and warehouse settings. While they share the common goal of optimising material handling, they differ in their mechanisms, applications, and functionalities.

Warehouse Lift:

  1. Vertical Transport: A warehouse lift is a broad term that encompasses various types of vertical lifting equipment designed for the transportation of goods between different levels within a warehouse or industrial facility.
  2. Types: Warehouse lifts can include goods lifts, mezzanine lifts, or vertical reciprocating conveyors (VRCs). They are often used for lifting pallets, products, or materials from one level to another, such as between floors or mezzanine platforms.
  3. Design Variety: Warehouse lifts come in different designs, including freight elevators, vertical reciprocating conveyors, or automated storage and retrieval systems. They may have a cage or platform for holding goods during transport.
  4. Versatility: They are versatile and can handle various types of materials, including goods, pallets, and products commonly found in warehouse environments.
  5. Loading Access: Warehouse lifts may have loading access on multiple sides, providing flexibility for integration into the workspace.

Scissor Table:

  1. Vertical Movement: A scissor table, on the other hand, is a specific type of lifting equipment that operates on a scissor mechanism to provide vertical movement.
  2. Design: It typically consists of a flat platform mounted on a set of linked, folding supports (the scissor mechanism). The scissor mechanism extends or retracts to raise or lower the platform.
  3. Applications: Scissor tables are commonly used for loading and unloading tasks, as well as for positioning materials at ergonomic heights. They can be stationary or mobile and are often used in applications where a consistent and controlled lift is required.
  4. Load Capacity: Scissor tables are available in various load capacities and sizes to accommodate different materials and applications.
  5. Usage: While scissor tables can be used within warehouses, they are also found in manufacturing facilities, workshops, and other industrial settings.

In summary, a warehouse lift is a broader category that encompasses various types of vertical lifting equipment used in warehouses. A scissor table, on the other hand, is a specific type of lifting mechanism commonly used for specific applications, such as lifting and positioning tasks within a more limited range of vertical movement.


What does the term 'Warehouse Lift' refer to?

A warehouse lift is lifting equipment uniquely crafted for the vertical conveyance of goods and materials within warehouse or industrial settings. Its core purpose is to facilitate the smooth transfer of items between various levels within the facility, such as different floors or mezzanine platforms. This apparatus serves as a critical element in optimising spatial usage within the warehouse while streamlining the processes involved in handling materials.

Diverse in types, including goods lifts, mezzanine lifts, and vertical reciprocating conveyors (VRCs), each variant is tailored to meet specific operational requirements. Typically featuring platforms, cages, or conveyors, these lifts securely hold goods during transit, ensuring a secure and controlled vertical movement.

The adaptability of warehouse lifts enables them to effectively manage a wide array of materials, ranging from individual products to larger palletised loads. The design often incorporates flexible loading access, allowing for seamless integration into different zones within the warehouse.

In summary, a warehouse lift stands as a pivotal component in the logistical framework of a warehouse, providing an efficient means for the vertical transportation of goods and materials. Its presence contributes significantly to heightened productivity and streamlined operations within the industrial domain.

Warehouse Lift Optional Extras

  • Automatic One Touch Controls
  • Full Clad Platform
  • Zone 2-4 Installation
  • Split Mast Install
  • Alternative Colour Option
  • 90 Degree Loading
  • Lift Control Panel

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