SL-350X® Hand-Cranked Lift

Our Premium Hand-Cranked Data Center Lift

The gold standard alternative to motorized lifts, the ServerLIFT SL-350XⓇ Hand-Cranked Data Center Lift is the recommended choice for occasional server moves. Each feature is designed to reduce joint stress and enable accurate alignment of data center equipment—and with no charging required. With the SL-350X lift, one tech can safely and single-handedly load, transport, position, and install equipment weighing up to 350 lbs (159 kg). 

DATA CENTER APPLICATIONS

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Occasional Server Moves

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Lighter IT Hardware

The Leading Data Center Lift for Infrequent IT Hardware Moves

Moving IT hardware by hand—even lightweight 2U and 4U servers—quickly becomes a physical and logistical pain for all data center operations. The ServerLIFT SL-350X server handling lift was built with this in mind, offering an intuitive and easy-to-use solution for lighter IT hardware in any data center environment. Server support goes up to 52U high (8 ft or 2.44 m) to allow for easy and safe transport from the dock to the rack, and back again.

The Smart, Affordable Choice

The ServerLIFT SL-350X data center lift features a durable and ergonomic design in a light-duty unit. The powerful hand crank offers mechanically-advantaged lifting of IT equipment weighing up to 350 lbs (159 kg), meaning a tech no longer has to team up for risky manual lifts. Use the SL-350X data center lift within aisles as narrow as 36″ wide (91 cm). Tilt and angle the server or other equipment by up to 2 degrees using the stable, micro-leveling platform.

Safety Is Our Top Priority

ServerLIFT server handling lifts are designed to be the data center professional’s safest and smartest decision. Ours is the only data center lift certified to meet global safety standards, with a 100% accident-free record reported by our customers.

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“Manual material handling is the principal source of compensable injuries in the American workforce, and four out of five of these injuries will affect the lower back.”
– Occupational Safety and Health Administration

“Over 36% of injuries involving missed workdays were the result of shoulder and back injuries…lifting loads over 50 pounds will increase the risk of injury.”
– US Bureau of Labor

No More Manual Lifting

IT equipment manufacturers typically specify using two to four people for handling and installation. Even with four people, manually lifting equipment unnecessarily increases the risk of accident. Manual lifting also delays other critical data center tasks from being performed.

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Save Time and Money with ServerLIFT

Installing servers and related IT equipment by hand is both dangerous and inefficient. Depending on the number of people used to install equipment, data center efficiency can improve by up to 300% when using ServerLIFT devices instead.

Two salaried employees installing a new piece of rack-mounted equipment weighing 75 pounds*, by hand, provides a perfect example. This task requires 30+ minutes of high-tension work per employee, risking muscle strain, pinched fingers, and other injuries. Conversely, a single tech using a ServerLIFT data center lift can make the move in 15 minutes with no risk involved.

* mounted to the rack—no cabling or connections

The ServerLIFT Guarantee

The SL-350X Hand-Cranked Data Center Lift is backed by a worry-free, 30-day Money-Back Guarantee.

SL-350X FEATURES

Compact Design

The open design of the SL-350X maintains a minimal footprint while allowing for total accessibility. The lift’s slim 24-inch base navigates narrow aisles and fits through standard-size doorways and elevator doors without tipping. With a tight turning radius and retracting side shelf, operators can move freely around the data center lift and work on either side without having to squeeze through or risk getting hurt. 

Sturdy, Mico-Leveling Platform

The platform of the SL-350X data center lift stays rigid and stable, even when lifting up to 350 lbs. (159 kg). This, along with the user-controlled micro-leveling SmartTILT™ shelf adjustment feature, provides the critical post-to-post alignment needed to precisely rack-mount any server, making installation a breeze.

FUNCTIONAL ATTACHMENTS FOR THE SL-350X

GT-1000X Glide Table

The GT-1000X™ Bi-Directional Glide Table helps you load and unload heavy servers with a single hand for a no-stress server move...every time.

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The RS-500X™ Rail Lift helps you quickly and accurately lower equipment into slotted rails.

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ServerLIFT Service and Extended Warranty agreements are available in three- and five-year terms on the SL-350X. Warranty extensions include a year-end or end-of-term on-site preventative maintenance service.

RL-500 Platform riser

The RL-500™ Platform Riser enables you to reach to the top of any rack without hitting overhead obstructions.

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The PL-500X® Platform Extension brings the reach of any ServerLIFT machine down to the floor.

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The LE-500X™ Lift Extension assists with lifting heavy IT equipment off of pallets and out of boxes.

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