Hydraulic - Low Speed
Autoquip typically slows the speed of a hydraulic lift by adding flow control valves.
Mechanical - Low Speed
Autoquip can reduce the output speed on mechanical lifts by adjusting the motor horsepower and gearbox reducer.
Pneumatic - Low Speed
Lower speeds can be achieved on pneumatic lifts by regulating the air pressure.
Hydraulic - Higher Speed
A higher horse power electric motor or a higher volume fluid pump with a larger fluid reservoir increases the speed.
Mechanical - Higher Speed
High speed is achieved by an increase in horsepower or an upgrade to the gear box.
Pneumatic - Higher Speed
The raising speed of a pneumatic lift can be increased with added air pressure.
Hydraulic - Fixed Speed
Fixed speed can be controlled by the flow rate the pump delivers during operation.
Mechanical - Fixed Speed
Fixed speed for mechanical actuation is achieved by adjusting the gear box.
Pneumatic - Fixed Speed
Autoquip offers flow controls and pressure regulators for a precise volume flow.
Hydraulic - Variable Speed
Variable speeds for a hydraulic lift system can be driven by varying the pump output or using a flow control valve.
Mechanical - Variable Speed
Variable speed can be controlled on a mechanically actuated lift by utilizing a VFD (Variable Frequency Drive).