All of our precision-machined and fabricated parts are made in-house, not subcontracted to an overseas factory. We use Conventional NEMA C56 motors which are available through any electric motor vendor.
Lifts require power for permanent installation. We recommend a 220v, dedicated circuit, with a disconnect be installed next to the area where we will install the control panel. Electrical HAS to be ready PRIOR to our installation crews arriving on site to install your lift.
Most people choose to install a concrete pad at the bottom of the lift for a cleaner entrance to the lift. A concrete pad is not necessary, but generally poured so that we can bolt the beam plate to the lift. Ask one of our installation experts on tips and tricks regarding concrete installation options.
The majority of our lifts are installed outside next to a deck. A gate will need to be cut into the guard rail to allow for loading/unloading of the lift. We recommend speaking with one of our installation experts on tips and tricks regarding multiple recommendations on decks and enclosures.
Safety is extremely important to us at Low Country Cargo Lifts. Speaking with one of our installation experts can help you plan lift options or construction options that can help prevent future accidents.