17 July 2013
Our traditional goods-only Goodsmaster Classic range has 13 models that can carry from 500 - 1500kg. (Please contact Stannah if you require larger lifts outside of this range.)
The lifts are designed to make easy work of heavy loads and they are particularly used to reach elevated storage areas, often on mezzanine levels. Goodsmasters are installed within their own structure almost anywhere in a matter of days (subject to builders’ work). With a choice of hinged or concertina doors, there is a Goodsmaster for almost every situation.
Constructed from mild steel sheeting; finished in a tough grey baked enamel RAL 7038 with heavy duty vinyl covered floor.
Single hinged steel door on 1060mm wide lift cars. Double hinged steel doors on 1360mm and 1460mm wide lift cars. Finished in grey baked enamel RAL 7038. Collapsible concertina gates are available as an option on all Goodsmaster Classic models.
Car entrance protection
A collapsible gate is fitted to the lift car entrance(s) as standard.
Up to two entrances can be fitted on each floor (single entrance or through-car).
Fully automatic push button control with call and despatch facilities at each landing entrance.
"Lift arrival” and "lift occupied” indicators are fitted at each entrance for extra reassurance, together with an audible lift arrival buzzer.
Up to 5 stops over a total distance of 15m of travel.
The Goodsmaster Classic is supplied in a structure supported frame which does not need load-bearing shaft walls. A solid flat base, support at each floor and at the top, together with a pre-formed lift shaft by your builder, is all that is required. Stannah can supply non-fire rated sheet steel shaft cladding in RAL 7038 as an option.
Mounted on a bedplate fixed to the lift’s structure (external to the shaft). The motor drives a high quality reduction gearbox with 2:1 traction roping (3:1 on 1500kg model). Efficient and quiet in operation.
Goodsmaster Classic models comply with the Essential Safety Requirements (ESRs) of the Supply of Machinery (Safety) Regulations, also known as the Machinery Directive.