As In Your Data Center Architecture, Simpler Is Better
This Applies To Data Center Rack Lifters Too
A 28 Inch Footprint Means Easy Maneuverability
Our competitor is 51% longer than the RackLift RL600 series.
Our manual rack lifters are easily operated by anyone regardless of their physical strength. Any of your people can lift a 650 pound device with a high ratio gearing crank and install it into a rack unaided. For safety the crank auto-locks when the user lets go of the handle.
Another important factor is size. RackLift™, due to its “tower style” design can spin 360° in a two-tile aisle. Our competitors mount their batteries, motors, gearbox and control circuitry at the rear, behind the “mast” which makes their units about 51 percent longer than RackLift™ leaving a footprint almost four feet long. What looks compact in the brochure can become a large frustration in narrow aisles.
We recommend a “tower style” rack lifter; specifically the RackLift™ RL 400 and 600 series product.
Keep it simple – get RackLift™ – a basic tool for a basic job.
* Note 1:
(A) Regular maintenance for motorized competitive products include charging batteries every 2 weeks even if they have not been used, (B) changing winch oil annually “by siphoning oil using a standard pump”. (C) Full battery warranty is limited to only 90 days.