Mechanical lift

Presto’s Lift Stick compact design distributes the load evenly over four oversized casters that roll easily over thresholds and uneven floors. Lift is achieved by a powered, continuous chain in the Lift Stik’s single mast. A hand-held push-button remote allows the operator to lift or lower the platform from any side of the unit and at dual speeds for safe, efficient control.

01/01/1970


Presto’s Lift Stick compact design distributes the load evenly over four oversized casters that roll easily over thresholds and uneven floors. Lift is achieved by a powered, continuous chain in the Lift Stik’s single mast. A hand-held push-button remote allows the operator to lift or lower the platform from any side of the unit and at dual speeds for safe, efficient control. The lift is mechanical, there is no possibility of hydraulic leaks. The battery-charge indicator is mounted centrally on the push handle in direct view, and an auto-cutoff function prevents overcharging. Lift Stiks are available in four models with load capacities ranging from 185 to 445 lbs. Maximum lift heights of the platform/forks range from 52” to 65”. The unit’s ergonomic contoured “sponge grip” handles can be adjusted to accommodate operators of different heights. Units are available with either platform or fork design.

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