When working to fulfil a brief you need equipment designed specifically for the challenges you face and the requirements you must satisfy.
Penny Hydraulics can help.
We use the latest CAD modelling software to develop solutions that overcome manual handling challenges. Our experienced design team, led by a Chartered Engineer, work with you to provide workable models of standard products to fit in with your wider vision.
The NBS Portal is a great source for all of our customers and contacts to be able to view the Penny Hydraulics’ GoodsLifts and R&L products in an efficient and streamlined method.
Click on the NBS Portal link to view our products and read about specifications and information in a detailed format.
As well as our products, you can also view our relevant brochures and guides which contains beneficial information to give you a helping hand in gaining insight into our products.
We’ve worked in a number of exceptional buildings, such as the Royal Palaces and the British Museums to offer a range of raising and lowering systems and good lifts designed to enhance efficiency and conquer limitations.
As well as offering standard specification products, we also specialise in bespoke configurations, working collaboratively with our customers to ensure they receive a solution that works best for them, the space available and their needs.
Previous projects have included chandelier systems for Royal Palaces, a tilting roof to a wood chip store and a crane to install the glazing to the British Museum. We also have close links with Hallam University, the National Fluid Power Centre and the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre should we need assistance.
With a broad product catalogue, we have a product that can fulfil your needs and in turn your brief.
Lifting solutions help to increase efficiency by reducing the amount of time spent conducting manual handling tasks.
It is the law to put sensible health and safety measures in place to prevent and avoid injury. Penny Hydraulics’ range of lifting equipment can help you do that.
Without appropriate lifting solutions you risk making an expensive mistake if something goes wrong.