Dumb Waiters in Salt Lake City, Utah
A dumbwaiter is a small freight elevator (or lift) intended to carry objects rather than people. Dumbwaiters found within modern structures, including both commercial, public, and private buildings, are often connected between multiple floors. When installed in restaurants, schools, kindergartens, hospitals, retirement homes, or in private homes, the lifts generally terminate in a kitchen.
The term seems to have been popularized in the United States in the 1840s, after the model of earlier ‘dumbwaiters’ now known as serving trays and lazy Susans. The mechanical dumbwaiter was invented by George W. Cannon from New York, who first filed for the patent of a brake system (US Patent no. 260776) that could be used for a dumbwaiter on January 6, 1883. He later filed for the patent on the mechanical dumbwaiter (US Patent No. 361268) on February 17, 1887. – From Wikipedia
Dumbwaiter Systems for Utah Homeowners:
Harmar’s Dumbwaiter Lift Systems is known for its outstanding reliability and easy installation. The pre-mounted track and simplified plug-n-play wiring shortens installation time, and its durable and easy maintenance offers years of dependability.
The dumbwaiter system comes with the cable drive system pre-installed on the car. No pulleys are needed for the installation. A single simplified rail system and plug-n-play wiring make this a user-friendly option. The lift also uses the proven drive system and includes standard and final limit switches.
This USA-made lift is a durable and reliable choice that is guaranteed to offer you years of service.