The type of lift that you choose depends on the application that you need it for. For example, you might choose a truck mount or tow angle up machine for use in loading and unloading heavy objects, or perhaps a boom lift would be best for light landscaping and small building work. These machines are usually powered either pneumatically, hydraulically or by an air motor. The motors vary in voltage and horsepower and are usually situated either on the top of the equipment, attached directly to the machine, or operated via a remotely operated crane. There are many types of this torque up equipment available to suit all kinds of applications
what is your torque capacity?
When buying a torque lift, there are a variety of factors that you will need to consider. First of all, How much weight can the machine be safely lifted? How easily accessible is the area where you plan to operate the machine?
Also, take into consideration the cost and the maintenance costs of the equipment. The cost can either be paid for in one lump sum up front, or spread out over several years. Take note that when buying torque lifts, the quality of the product is usually determined by the amount of labour and material that went into making it. And remember that after market accessories can often be purchased as add-ons. Therefore, it is important that you consider these aspects carefully.