Founded in 1983 by Arne Pedersen and his sons in Ontario Canada, Pentalift Equipment Corporation, has since been committed to providing exceptional products and customer service within the loading dock equipment industry. Steadily growing ever since, Pentalift aggressively built a dealer network across Canada, entering the American market in 1986, and expanding overseas in 1991. After over thirty years in the industry, Pentalift is still the largest in-plant lift manufacturer in Canada. They offer full lines of standard dock levelers including hydraulic and mechanical options. In addition to pit levelers, they provide vertical storing levelers, roll off stop dock levelers, and edge of dock levelers. Vehicle restraint systems and dock seals/shelters are also available. Pentalift is also a premier manufacturer of dock lifts. Used to load or unload trucks at a ground level application, these are available in standard, high capacity, and low profile applications, as well as custom designed options to fit every customer's needs. Material handing is also essential at many facilities, and Pentalift provides those solutions as well. Standard lifts, lift and tilt, lift and rotate, multistage, self-leveling, drive on, tilter, and tandem lifts are all available to suit any material handling need.
Huge inventory of parts and torsion springs for same or next day shipping! Here you will find all you need in the most common sizes of 1 3/4," 2," 2 1/4," and 2 5/8" inside diameter springs. Please contact us for specialty springs such as TorqueMaster, EZ Set, self-Storage, and steel rolling door springs as many of these have been subject to supply chain shortages. Larger 3 3/4" commercial and industrial springs may require an week to ship; other springs may require three to four weeks to process.
COVID update. No mask, no service! When picking up parts please wear a mask. We'll gladly provide one. Please honor the six foot social distancing rule. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Shipping times and costs have changed. Normal transit times are currently not guaranteed, even on next day and second day shipments. Shipping prices on items over eight feet have more than tripled.