Low-Level Access LiftsHighly Evolved

Innovative Ladder Replacements

Humans have used ladders and scaffolding for hundreds of years. But now, it’s time to evolve. Replace these outdated tools with low-level access lifts—products designed to help you comfortably reach tasks at heights up to 20 ft. From the leading manufacturer of machines for accessing extreme heights comes a family of machines that applies the same safety and productivity standards to lower heights. Schedule a demo today to experience our comprehensive line of low-level access lifts.

LiftPod® Series

Easily disassemble, transport and reassemble these portable lifts.

FT70

FT140

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EcoLift™ Series

Experience clean, quiet operation in sensitive environments with a manual lift.

EcoLift 50

EcoLift 70

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Push Around
Mast Lifts

Boost efficiency with powered lifting, more maneuverability and virtually no setup time.

Low-Level Access Lifts

Reach tasks at heights up to 20 ft with our lineup of low-level access lifts.

Choose the Right Lift for Your Facility

Small man lifts help you get the job done in many industries and applications. Use a crank lift like the EcoLift to replace light bulbs in a hospital hallway. Carry the LiftPod portable man lift into hard-to-reach manufacturing spaces to access conveyor belts. Or use powered lifting to complete a range of contractors’ tasks, from drywall work and painting to HVAC and electrical work. Reference the chart to see which low-level access lift may be right for your application.

Low-Level Access Lifts by Application
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Explore the Whole Family of Low-Level Access Lifts

Our low-level access line offers productivity- and safety-boosting benefits like 360-degree hands-free access, lanyard attachment points, tool trays and enclosed platforms. Fit into tight spaces and reposition easily thanks to compact dimensions. Plus, these lifts are lightweight for use on sensitive flooring and in elevators.

Enhanced Safety Means Reduced Costs

In 2017, falls from height caused businesses to pay roughly $5.5 billion in direct compensation costs. But even more troubling than the financial cost is the human cost an injury can have on a worker’s health, livelihood and family. Low-level access lifts offer a safer alternative to ladders and scaffolding that can help mitigate the risks associated with working at height while reducing worker fatigue and enabling ergonomic working positions. Download the infographic to learn the real impact a workplace injury can have on your organization.

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See How Low-Level Access Lifts Stack Up Against Ladders

Ladder Facts

Low-Level Access Facts

  • Enhanced Safety: Low-level access lifts feature enclosed platforms to help keep operators in the platform.
  • Greater Productivity: Operators can feel more comfortable and be more productive thanks to 360-degree range of motion when working at height.
  • Increased Versatility: These lifts replace not one, but multiple ladders, including single-sided stepladders, twin stepladders, podium stepladders and platform stepladders.
 
 
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Low-Level Access Facts

  • Enhanced Safety: Low-level access lifts feature enclosed platforms to help keep operators in the platform.
  • Greater Productivity: Operators can feel more comfortable and be more productive thanks to 360-degree range of motion when working at height.
  • Increased Versatility: These lifts replace not one, but multiple ladders, including single-sided stepladders, twin stepladders, podium stepladders and platform stepladders.

Ladder Facts