Dual Mast (DM) Series LiftThe Dual Mast (DM Series) material lifts use the strength and stability of two cantilever mechanisms working in unison on one platform. They are able to lift very heavy loads to great travel heights, with multiple stops, and up to a 12’ x 12’ platform on standard models. In addition they share the advantage of having a very low overhead requirement for height restricted installations. Special sizes, capacities and travel heights may be available.
These lifts are constructed from structural steel utilizing two (2) 100% duty-cycle brake motors mounted at the top of the unit. The low noise all-mechanical dual-drive system safely transports the carriage and the load with ease by means of four/eight lifting chains.
All CIP chain operated lifts are equipped with broken chain brakes to prevent the carriage from falling in the unlikely event of a chain failure. Mechanical interlocks prevent doors from being opened when the carriage is not present at that level. Electric brake motors secure the carriage in the event of a power failure and prevents the platform from drifting.
The carriage is available in two load pattern configurations: C & Z. Standard units have expanded metal platform side panels on all on operating sides and a snap chain across the access side(s). Operation is controlled by an Illuminated Call/Send Station mounted next to each door at each level. Each station is also equipped with a large E-Stop button to stop the unit in an emergency.
Guarding around the lift is required to meet safety codes. CIP offers metal enclosure panels and gates to meet your applications requirements. Different options are available for shaft installations. Safety enclosures are built into the structure adding rigidity and enhanced security. These enclosures are manufactured from angle for the framing and covered with 1/2″ expanded metal to reject a 2″ diameter ball as required by code.
Custom Industrial Product’s quality design for the DM Series provides a safe, reliable means for moving material between multiple levels.
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