Motor-Driven VRCs versus Hydraulic Lifts

Motor-Driven VRCs versus Hydraulic Lifts

Motor-Driven VRCs versus Hydraulic Lifts CIP explains the advantages of mechanical VRCs over hydraulic lifts, from environmental hazards to cost of maintenance and ownership. See a full list of benefits of motor-driven, wire rope VRCs. Recent Posts Motor-Driven VRCs...
The Million+ Cycle Sumitomo Motor

The Million+ Cycle Sumitomo Motor

Best-in-Class, Million+ Duty Cycle Motor Sumitomo explains the benefits of the best-in-class, efficient, 100% duty-cycle motor. The motor has a fail-safe break and is suitable for unrestricted and continuous use, with no extra duty cycles necessary in hydraulic lift...
CIP Answers the Most Common VRC Questions

CIP Answers the Most Common VRC Questions

CIP Answers the Most Common VRC Questions Do you know the difference between a VRC and a Freight Elevator? More importantly, do you know how to calculate the true ROI of optimizing your productivity with vertical lifts? Click here to see the answers to the 11 most...
Standard Features on CIP VRC Lifts

Standard Features on CIP VRC Lifts

Standard Features on CIP VRC Lifts Bob De Santis explains the Standard Features on CIP VRC Lifts and their function. These features include safety and operational features, as well as the industry’s most dependable motor, the Sumitomo Million+ cycle cyclo-gear...

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