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Vertical Cellar Lift

The vertical CellarLift handles barrels and kegs up to 54 gallons, a double stack of crates or boxed goods whilst occupying the minimum of cellar space.

The vertical CellarLift handles barrels and kegs up to 54 gallons, a double stack of crates or boxed goods whilst occupying the minimum of cellar space. It is widely used throughout the retail and licensed trade and is adaptable to suit most situations. Fully galvanised, it is designed to operate in the most arduous conditions, inside or out.

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The Penny Hydraulics CellarLift is a unique device for handling barrels, crates and other food and drink related items between two floors in pubs, bars, hotels and restaurants. It is widely used throughout the licensed trade to help operators reduce and eliminate manual handling and comply with health and safety regulations.

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