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    Ergonomic lift table

    February 24, 2014

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    The low-profile, 2,200-pound capacity LiftMat ergonomic lift table descends to just 3¼ inches above the floor and accommodates any skid or pallet, including closed-bottom designs. Its raised height is 31½ inches. The table minimizes back strain while reducing costs and increasing productivity. The user can access loads from all four sides with no bending and minimal reach-over, reducing worker fatigue and injuries.

    Southworth Products Corp.

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