Autoquip Tilters
Autoquip has been a leader in Material Handling Manufacturing for many years. Since its inception in 1947 Autoquip has grown by leaps and bounds in Work Station and Assembly Equipment.

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Tilters

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Autoquip Scissor Lifts and Tilters
The Series 35 Tilter brings parts and hard-to-reach objects where they are needed, within easy reach of a worker. The tilter reduces the need to reach and bend over, which are the leading causes of back injuries. Typically tilters are used to access bins and baskets of small parts in assembly.

Autoquip Tilters
   

KEY FEATURES

Lubricated-for-life composite 
  bearings on all pivot points

Solid steel construction
Turned, ground, polished and
  hard-chromed axle pins

Double-wire braided hydraulic
  hoses

Polyethylene reservoir
Maintenance (safety) locks in
  base-frame

Factory tested to 110% capacity
Internally mounted power unit
Pre-wired power unit with UL
  approved and labeled controls

Built and designed in accordance
  with ANSI MH29.2

12" high lip standard
28" width x 38" length minimum
  platform

 

BENEFITS

Maintenance-free bearings, no greasing
Minimal platform deflection
Extended bearing life
Extended hose life for added safety
Polyethylene reservoir will not contain rust,
  weld slag or condensation apparent with 
  metal tanks. Allows visual checking of oil level

Easy access to hydraulic/electrical
  components for servicing

Ready-to-operate lift with zero plumbing and
  minimal wiring

POWER SUPPLY The electric motor is internally mounted. It is available in either 1 1/2 hp three-phase or 3/4 hp single-phase, with 24V AC control voltage.

CUSTOM DESIGNS
A number of "customized" engineering plans are already on file for the STE Series. Additionally, Autoquip offers computerized engineering services for development of "one-of-a-kind" ergonomic tilter applications.

 



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