DB Series –
Package Handling Lift
FAST AND SAFE TRANSPORTATION FOR SMALL LOADS
The DB Series, a continuous vertical lift from PFlow, is ideal for moving lighter loads between floors or conveyor levels.
The DB Series lifts loads up to 100 lbs and has a standard carriage size of 3’ x 3’. Loading and unloading are accessible from three sides.
With a standard travel speed of 60 feet per minute, the DB Series is ideal for high-speed applications. We can custom-design a solution to offer speeds up to 400 FPM.
The DB Series lift is completely self-contained and self-supporting.
When used with a conveyor system, it uses far less space than inclined conveyors.
- Lifts loads of up to 100 lbs
- Standard carriage size is 3’x3′
- Standard travel speed is 60 FPM
- Up to 400 FPM available
- Unlimited cycles, continuous use
- Indoor use only
- Lifetime structural warranty
- Conforms to ASME B20.1 Safety Standards
For heavier package loads, see our B Series box lift with a capacity of 500 pounds.
Features & Benefits
Transports loads to mezzanines, between floors, or between conveyor levels. Ideal for high-speed applications that require lifting boxes, cartons, packages, totes, containers or cases.
Lift loads of up to 100 lbs
The standard carriage size is 3’x3’
Standard travel speed is 60FPM, with speeds of up to 400 FPM available
Unlimited cycles and continuous use
High-speed variable frequency or Servo drive options
Standard units include integral, full-height enclosures on all sides made of 1/2″ expanded metal
Standard power requirements are 230V/460V, 3-phase. Control voltage is
Watch Our DB Series in Action
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes! We helped develop the various state and federal regulatory codes. All of our VRC lifts are compliant with local, state, and federal regulations. We also have a full-time code specialist on staff who can sit down with you and answer any of your questions.
At PFlow, we incorporate many safety features into our lifts. A limit switch controls carriage travel, automatically shuts the motor off, and mechanically applies the actuated brake when power is lost, or the switch is tripped.