BISHAMON INDUSTRIES

Bishamon Industries is a leading manufacturer of high-quality material handling and safety products ideal for both industrial & commercial applications. Its headquarters is located in Ontario, California, USA. Read More

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Material LiftsView all

  • Lift Table Accessories

    Includes a wide range of portable carts, ramp lifts, accordion bellows and foot controls to increase and extend the usability of scissor lift tables

  • Lift Tables and Carts
  • Scissor Lift Tables

    Used for lifting large or heavy equipment to convenient working heights to reduce injuries and to increase productivity. Available in 1 and 1/2 hp variants with a maximum load-holding capacity of 5000 lb

  • Turntables

    Ideal for displays, paint spraying, as well as assembly and inspection operations. Have a maximum lifting capacity of 4500 lb and feature a rubber layer on top to minimise the chances of moving or slipping of workpiece while rotating

Pallet Jacks and AccessoriesView all

About Bishamon Industries

The company's catalogue includes scissor lift tables, turntables, hydraulic pallet positioners and pneumatic pallets. Bishamon scissor lift tables are used to lift large or heavy equipment with a maximum load rating of 5000 lb. These tables feature an electric, full-perimeter toe guard around the platform for optimum operator safety. They have captured scissor rollers for maximum stability.

Things to Consider

Cross-Reference Alternatives

Bishamon part numbers cross-reference to various Vestil & Southworth products. So, if you're looking for a Bishamon part that is either obsolete or out of stock, chances are we have the equivalent item available.

Shipping

These Bishamon products are suitable for standard courier shipment and not air freight.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How does a lifting table work?

Hydraulic fluid is forced into or out of hydraulic cylinders to raise and lower hydraulic lift tables. When hydraulic fluid is forced into a cylinder, the cylinder strokes outward, forcing the scissor legs apart.