Railway vehicle lift system Liftmaster
hydraulicpanelpositioning

railway vehicle lift system
railway vehicle lift system
railway vehicle lift system
railway vehicle lift system
railway vehicle lift system
railway vehicle lift system
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Characteristics

Operation
hydraulic
Product applications
for railway applications, for railway vehicles, control, positioning, rail, panel
Load limit

Max.: 50,000 kg
(110,231 lb)

Min.: 5,000 kg
(11,023 lb)

Description

Liftmaster is a fully electric columns lift system, designed for raising rail vehicles, during assembly and maintenance operations. The system performs synchronized lifting and lowering of wagons, locomotives, boogies and complete trains. The vehicles are placed on lifting carriages located on each column, to be subsequently raised. The lifting and lowering speed can be fixed or variable through VFD Inverter. The columns control panel is centralized on a single pulpit. Each column can also have its own independent movement for maintenance or adjustment operations. All columns have been optimized to be easily moved; in fact, with its hydraulic jack system and front/lateral wheels, the columns can be moved within the maintenance or production department with total flexibility. Upon request, each column can be placed on special sliding tracks to allow proper positioning. The technical features of the lifts can be customized depending on the version and in particular on the Customer’s needs

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BIEMH 2024
BIEMH 2024

3-07 Jun 2024 Bilbao (Spain) Hall 5 - Stand A-31

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    EuroBLECH 2024
    EuroBLECH 2024

    22-25 Oct 2024 Hannover (Germany)

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