The Lower Cost Alternative to Expensive Freight Elevators
Helping People Move Materials from One Level to Another
Material Handling Lifts for:
CIP offers solutions to many different kinds of material handling needs regardless of the type of operation you have. We have over 20 years experience helping people move materials from one level to another. For assistance with your specific needs, call us today at 800-699-2212.
Ok, Are these things Freight Elevators, Material Lifts, VRCs, or something else?
Vertical Reciprocating Conveyors, also known as VRCs are specifically exempted from the national elevator codes and are instead guided by the ASME B20.1 Safety Standards for Conveyors and Related Equipment. However, in common terms, most people will refer to these as material lifts, freight lifts, industrial lifts, freight elevators or dumbwaiters.
Although often called material lifts or freight elevators, vertical reciprocating conveyor is the accurate name for this entire class of products.
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Safely and Efficiently Move Materials
From One Level to Another
We help people move things from one elevation to another quickly and safely, allowing businesses to increase productivity and profits through easier accessibility to items. Our lifts are safer than using forklifts or stairs to move materials between levels and allows the ability to access otherwise unusable space on mezzanines, lofts, or through floors. Plus, our lifts will save you thousands of dollars on installation and maintenance compared to traditional elevators.
With a Lift From CIP, You’ll Get
- A variety of lifting options to increase efficiency, safety, and access to storage space in any multi-level facility
- Ability to increase productivity, increase space utilization, and increase profit margins
- Assurance of long-term performance and reliability
Products manufactured by Custom Industrial Products, Inc. are for material use only (no riders) and are to be installed in accordance to ASME B20.1. It is the responsibility of the owner to install and operate the equipment in accordance to ASME B20.1 and all applicable federal, state, and local codes.
Everything came together perfectly from our initial design work with your engineering department to the actual installation. We had no issues with the installation, the instructions were clear and intuitive. We look forward to years of service out of our lift!Wayne Hill
Read Our Guide to Material Lifts
Our guide to material lifts will give you insight on everything you could want to know (and more) about material lifts, ASME B20.1 code, benefits of VRCs and more. If you're not quite sure what you are looking for, it's a great resource to give yourself some foundational knowledge about vertical conveyors and more.