What is a screw elevator?
The screw lift table uses a screw drive to drive a scissor mechanism for lifting. It has the characteristics of a hydraulic lift table and is free of oil pollution. It is especially suitable for workplaces with higher requirements for the working environment. Different table work forms (no power) can be selected. Roller: electric roller, ball, turntable, telescopic, tilt), can be frequently raised and lowered to any height within a certain range, and has a variety of electrical and mechanical safety devices. Under normal circumstances, it can be self-locking, and this device can be driven manually or electrically.
What are the differences between screw lift table and hydraulic lift platform?
In the era when linear transmission products are becoming more and more developed, it is slowly replacing many old and backward products with its excellent cost performance. Let's analyze the comprehensive comparison of screw jacks and hydraulic jacks in all aspects.
1. First of all,stability in use.We know that there are hidden dangers in the use of hydraulic elevators: hydraulic failure will be its fatal weakness, which is beyond doubt. The screw elevator with self-locking function will realize the self-locking function in the case of power failure, overload, damage to parts, etc. So in this respect, the screw hoist is far superior to the hydraulic hoist
2. The low-cost screw jack adopts the superior structure of worm gear transmission to meet the needs of various workplaces and industries. The cost of hydraulic elevators is relatively high, and the cost of a single hydraulic pump station far exceeds that of spiral elevators.
3. The screw jack is small in size and heavy in load. It is not limited by size and space, and is suitable for any space. The hydraulic lifting platform is much larger. In addition to the entire lifting platform, the location of the hydraulic pump station should also be considered. So the screw jack is even better, it goes without saying.
To sum up, in these aspects, it is proved that the price-performance ratio of the spiral elevator is much higher than that of the hydraulic elevator. In addition, linear products such as spiral elevators and worm elevators are also qualified to replace hydraulic elevators.