Stannah recently installed a new Goodmaster 1000CD goods only lift at the Ridgway Southern Co-op in Wimbledon, to help things run as smoothly as possible at the fast-paced shop.
The Goodsmaster 1000kg chain drive goods only lift will make the movement of stock-filled roll cages between floors quick and easy. Stannah supplied and installed the lift and worked quickly and carefully to minimise the impact on the store’s operation.
Emma McVie, Property Projects Manager at Southern Co-op, comments: “The project was completed in a timely fashion thanks to the assistance of our principal contractor, Stannah Lifts, in our Ridgway outlet. Works flexed around the store’s operation and were completed on budget, with the new goods only lift supporting our commitment to the highest level of customer service.”
The chain drive (CD) offers a positive speed ratio and the ability to transfer a large amount of torque within a compact space, making this service lift ideal for a store open 15 hours a day, seven days a week.
The single-entry goods lift car interior is finished in grey baked enamel epoxy finish, complete with bump rails and chequer plate steel floor, with loads safely secured in transit by a (stainless) galvanised-steel picket gate. Concertina landing gates promise minimal encroachment into landing space and a simple push-button control panel makes the lift easy to use.
As with all Stannah lift products, it is covered by Stannah’s comprehensive lift service plan, which includes four service visits in the first year, with continued lift maintenance by the London and the South East – Orpington branch of Stannah Lift Services, part of a nationwide network providing comprehensive lift servicing and support.
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