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  1. #1
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    Keg lifting & stacking easy & safe

    We have been building lifts for over 50 years mostly for the HVAC trade and was asked by a consulting firm to design a lift for a customer who was having a lot of workers comp claims due to back injuries. We currently have two different base designs, one has 10 inch wheels in the back with 3 inch casters in the front and the other has four swivel casters for easy maneuverability in small walk in coolers. Please take a look at it if you want an easy way to make more room in your coolers, safe and easy. I’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have.
    www.vermettlifts.com
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    How much are they?
    www.chattahoocheebrewingcompany.com

  3. #3
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    The list price of the Keg Jockey $1041.00 plus shipping.
    FYI: The Keg Jockey has a 400 pound lifting capacity, it easily handles two full kegs with our 9 to 1 gear ratio winch
    The width of the base is 22 1/4 inches
    The overall height of the lift is 69 inches (we can make them to fit your walkin coolers door height)
    joe@vermettlifts.com

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    Tallahassee, FL
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    Height

    We would love to be able to stack our kegs 3-high. We only have 7/7.5' high ceilings in the cooler - will this work for that? i know you make a 24" extension, but didn't know if that actually extended the enitre piece of equipment or just ability to go that high. Thank you

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