Vertical Reciprocating Conveyor

Bricspac offers Vertical Reciprocating Conveyors (VRCs) that provide a safe and cost-effective solution for lifting and lowering materials in various settings. Whether in factories, warehouses, distribution facilities, industrial plants, or institutions, VRCs are an ideal choice for moving products or supplies between different levels.

It’s important to note that VRCs are not elevators and cannot be used to transport people. As such, they are subject to their own national code (ASME B20.1), which specifically exempts them from the national elevator code. This ensures that VRCs are designed, manufactured, and installed in compliance with relevant safety regulations and standards.

A vertical reciprocating conveyor with a box on top of it.

At Bricspac, we take pride in our ability to provide high-quality VRCs that meet the unique needs of our clients. Our VRCs are designed to be reliable, durable, and safe to use, and we offer a range of models with varying load capacities, platform sizes, and lifting heights. Our team of experts can also provide installation and maintenance services to ensure that our VRCs operate at their best.


Economical & Space Saving

Convenient to Move Loads

Hydraulic / Mechanical / Fully Automated


VRCs are extensively used in warehouses and distribution centers for efficiently moving palletized goods, cartons, and materials between floors. They facilitate the vertical transportation of goods, optimizing storage space utilization and streamlining logistics operations.

In manufacturing plants, VRCs play a crucial role in the vertical movement of heavy equipment, machinery parts, and components between production levels or assembly lines. They support just-in-time manufacturing processes by ensuring timely delivery of materials to the required locations.

VRCs are installed in retail stores, supermarkets, and commercial buildings to transport merchandise, inventory, and goods between different floors or storage areas. They aid in inventory management and replenishment, allowing businesses to efficiently handle large volumes of goods.

Vertical reciprocating conveyors are used in automotive dealerships and service centers for transporting vehicles between different levels of the facility, such as showroom floors, service bays, and storage areas. They enable efficient vehicle storage, display, and access for maintenance and customer inspection.

VRCs find applications in the food and beverage industry for vertically transporting packaged goods, ingredients, and supplies between production floors, storage areas, and distribution points. They help maintain product integrity and hygiene standards while facilitating the movement of goods within food processing facilities.

In hospitals and healthcare facilities, VRCs are utilized for transporting medical equipment, supplies, and patient beds between different levels or departments. They support the efficient flow of materials and resources, ensuring timely access to medical supplies and enhancing patient care delivery.