As one of the largest and most powerful models in the Cibes Lift UK range, the A8000 goods lift is the perfect solution for the transportation of heavy loads between floors.
The A8000 is capable of lifting 1000kg of merchandise and is large enough to transport pallets and hand pallet trucks.
The goods lift is also certified to carry passengers so you can travel in the lift alongside the goods or simply use the lift as normal. This means it is not only an excellent solution for warehouses and industrial buildings but for offices blocks and commercial buildings.
The Cibes A8000 goods lift has proven extremely popular with retail units, where the lift has been used by customers with prams, wheelchairs or large mobility scooters through the day and has doubled as a lift to move goods from the warehouse to the shop floor after hours.
Goods lifts multi-functional lift solutions
Unlike conventional goods lifts, the A8000 doesn’t require an existing lift shaft or a machine room and therefore can be installed without the need for major structural adaptations.
With a headroom requirement of no more than 2400mm and a pit depth of only 130mm, the lift arrives ready to install, with a prefabricated lift shaft. This means that your Cibes A8000 goods lift can be installed and running within 4-5 days.
On top of this, the A8000 has very low operating and maintenance costs, and should there be an unexpected failure, our experienced technicians are always on hand to try and find the cause of the failure over the phone.
If the issue cannot be resolved with telephone assistance, you will instantly be allocated a technician to come resolve the problem.
Access solutions for commercial and residential use
The A8000 goods lift travels to a maximum speed of 0.15 meters per second. This speed ensures a safe and steady travel over short distances, making it perfect for those wanting to use our products for goods movement, as well as passenger use.
Overall the CIBES A8000 Goods lift is an excellent solution for warehouses and industrial buildings, as well as office blocks, retail units, and public sector buildings.