B Series –
Mechanical Box Lift
THE IDEAL WAY TO MOVE SMALL LOADS BETWEEN LEVELS
The B Series Box Lift from PFlow Industries is ideal for automatically moving boxes totes, cartons, sacks, cases and individual parts, with ease and speed, to mezzanines or between floors and conveyor levels.
Designed for quick and easy installation, PFlow’s B Series Box Lift’s sections are shipped pre-wired with quick-connect wiring. With a mechanical motor/gear reducer located in an easy-to-access location at the base of the unit, maintenance can be performed quickly and easily, reducing downtime and saving your operation time and money.
B Series Box Lift Overview
- Lifts loads up to 500 lbs in two-level applications
- Carriage size is 3’x3′
- Vertical rise to 15’9″
- Unit is positioned to load/unload at an ergonomic
30″ above the floor
- Standard travel speed is 30 feet per minute
- Unlimited, continuous cycles
- Indoor use only
- Lifetime structural warranty
- Conforms to ASME B20.1 Safety Standards
Advanced safety features are built into each B Series VRC
- Spring-loaded dual safety pins prevent uncontrolled carriage descent in the event of chain failure
- Electro-mechanical door interlocks prevent opening carriage gate when lift is in motion
- Full-height safety enclosure keeps loads secure
- Motor overload protection prevents excessive current draw
For lighter package loads, see our DB Series package handling VRC with a lifting capacity of up to 100 lbs.
Features & Benefits
Moving boxes, packages, cases, crates, and other cargo in production lines, manufacturing plants, storage facilities, and more
Lift loads of up to 500 lbs
The standard carriage size is 3’x3’
Standard travel speed is 30 FPM
Continuous use and unlimited cycles
Carriage is lifted and lowered by dual roller chains connected to
electric motor-reducer assembly
Standard units include interlocked swing gates and full-height enclosures on all sides
Low voltage controls.
Watch Our B Series in Action
Frequently Asked Questions
B Series lifts from PFlow are mechanical. The carriage is lifted and lowered by dual roller chains connected to electric motor-reducer assembly. One of the main differences between the two is that mechanical lifts allow for unlimited / continuous cycle use, which is key to optimizing your operation. Learn more about the other differences between hydraulic and mechanical lifts.
We incorporate a wide range of safety features into our B Series lifts, such as electromechanical safety gate interlocks, motor drive assembly with a brake and gear motor reducer, chain jam sensor, spring-loaded safety pins and full height enclosure panels.