Surplus New And Used Material Handling Equipment
Material handling equipment includes equipment used to move or store any type of raw material or finished product; including lifting, hoisting, loading and conveying equipment. You can further refine your specific search using the category(ies) below.
Air flotation tables use pressurized air to float materials and work pieces.
Used for storage, unwinding, and winding of electrically conductive or lifting cables.
Used to reposition or empty materials and/or material handling containers.
Forklift attachments are devices that can be mounted to a forklift to provide additional functionality in order to lift and move objects.
Hoppers are used for the temporary storage of materials.
Industrial containers are used for containing materials, and for shipping and storage.
Industrial conveyors are used to transport materials, components and fiinished products from one locate to another.
Industrial cranes are used to raise, shift, and lower loads.
Lifting and pulling devices used to move or lift a load.
Industrial manipulators and industrial lifters used to move and position materials, products, parts, and tools.
Industrial vibrators use rotary or linear motion to provide consistent vibration.
Industrial winches are mechanical devices used to move heavy loads, normally in a horizontal direction.
Lift tables are used to raise and position workpieces for ergonomic access.
Lifts are used to raise and lower material, personnel and workpieces.
Accessories and components related to material handling.
Industrial carts and industrial trucks are used to transport equipment or materials.
Overhead trolleys are carriers suspended from a track and are used to hang or contain products.
Pallet jacks (or pump jacks) are used to move pallets or small skids.
Pneumatic Handling and Air Conveying Equipment are devices that use airflow to move materials or items.
Platforms that use a scissor-like mechanism to raise and lower.
Silos and Storage Bins for bulk storage of dry materials.
Workbenches and worktables provide flat surfaces upon which to work on tasks.