Do your employees travel vertically in the routine performance of their duties? If so, the low-cost mechanical solution is the Humphrey Employees’ Belt Manlift. It provides reliable vertical transportation that saves time and energy. In contrast to conventional elevators, there is no waiting for a Humphrey Employees’ Belt Manlift. Its endless belt provides continuous transportation in both directions.
An employee may step on or off at any floor without interrupting service for other employees using the belt manlift. One man can perform inspection or supervisory duties on a number of floors, rapidly, and without fatigue. Belt speed is 75 feet per minute for ease of getting on and off the moving steps.
The Humphrey Employees’ Belt Manlift can be installed in any new or existing multi-floor building. Initial cost, installation cost, and operating cost are all well below the costs of conventional elevators. A Humphrey Manlift takes only a fraction of the floor space. All models are heavy-duty construction and designed in accordance with the current ASME A90.1 Safety Standard for Belt Manlifts.
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Belt Manlift Features:
- SAF-T-STOP Brake.
- Replacement Head Assembly or Add a SAF-T-STOP Brake to your existing head assembly.
- Head Assembly Sketch and Head Assembly parts list (see related document area to download PDF)
- Foot Assembly Sketch and Foot Assembly parts list (see related document area to download PDF)
- Step Assembly Sketch and Step Assembly parts list (see related document area to download PDF)
Belt Manlift Feature Document Download:
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- Automobile parking garages
- Can and carton plants
- Cement, gravel, rock and sand processing
- Chemical plants
- Dairy processing plants
- Dehydrating plants
- Ethanol plants
- Feed mills
- Flour mills
- Glass manufacturing plants
- Grain elevators
- Hydrocarbon processing plants
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- Meat packing plants
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- Seed handling and processing plants
- Ships and shipyards
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- Waste incineration facilities