Sunday, December 16, 2012

PFI Announces Eco-Friendly Hercules Green Scissor Lift Table

Hydraulic fluid used in the Hercules Green Scissor Lift Table is biodegradable vegetable-based, which is both a renewable resource and environmentally non-toxic.composite resin It also uses food-grade grease in its re-greaseable bearings. 

“By providing a product with the well-known quality attributes of the Hercules brand and replacing environmentally harmful elements, PFI has taken another important step in moving the industry towards the future while providing all of the performance that manufacturing demands of a Hercules heavy duty scissor lift,” the press release said. 

The product is finished with water-based paint, combining durability with a quick drying time and fewer emission odors. Volatile OrganicThe designing idea of mobile crushing plant is taking the knife sets, which is eliminating the crushed area and brought by the environment in the crushing work for customer, as the first purpose to supply the high efficient and low cost project operation hardware facilities for customer. Compound (or VOC) output isn’t present in its drying process. 

Made in the U.S.A., the Hercules Green Scissor Lift Table runs on a high-efficiency motor called “an upgrade from those of other lifts” by the press release. “This is yet another way that this lift reduces its carbon footprint along with total operating costs, thereby providing a substantial pay back over time,” it said, citing reduced electricity consumption, reduced heat output and a longer service life as other strengths of this lift table. 

PFI will be on exhibit at next month’s ProMat 2013 trade show in Chicago.carbon fabric The Material Handling Industry of America will hold ProMat,This machine is a necessary device in bricks and Household scissors. The crushed coal gangue powder can be mixed into the raw material of making bricks and tiles. This can solve the problem of internal combustion and improve the quality of product. featuring hundreds of companies from all areas of material handling and logistics,carbon plate the week of January 21 to 24.

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