I measured my brewery more exactingly and the lift(s) won't work. Going by the minimum height required (tun height+frame height+ table min. height) to be just below the kettle spigot leaves me 9" shy on the maximum height side. The 1000# table goes higher but there's still an ultimate deficit of 4".
This would either require me to chock the tun up to compensate after
filling; or make a major change to how and where I fire my kettle(s)!
I'm not keen on having to lift each end of a sloshing cooler full of very heavy hot water/mash to slide the 9" chocks in even if I did it in careful jenga-like increments.
Luckily, the march-pump sticky might have solved my pump orientation and performance issues.
I already have it so no cap-ex though the table lift on wheels is such an elegant solution to more than one problem. Starting out, a very simple and efficient gravity system could be designed around one or two of these tables. The multitasking ability to transport/lift the fermenters, kegs, grain etc is promising.