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4 post lift TPL4000
4 tonelectro-hydraulic400V

4 post lift
4 post lift
4 post lift
4 post lift
4 post lift
4 post lift
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Characteristics

Type
4 post
Maximum load
4 ton
Operation
electro-hydraulic
Voltage
400V
Applications
for car
Other characteristics
platform
Lifting height

Max.: 1,930 mm (75.984 in)

Min.: 220 mm (8.661 in)

Description

Fully automatic - 4 post auto lift Very solid 4 post vehicle lift Also wide vans, 51 cm runway-width with adjustable distance 24V All-In-One control panel for lifting, unlocking and lowering (IP54) Easy access thanks to extra wide ramps with punched profile Suitable for low cars -115 cm long ramps Mechanical synchronization - the 2 runways raise and lower simultaneously Roll-off protection Well finished, fully powder-coated Alu-motor unit with fan and cooling fins 1-year warranty on all parts - CE approved Safety - 4 post auto lift Each post comes with a safety lock every 8.5 cm The 4 post car hoist locks automatically every 8.5 cm in each post. By the lock button the auto lift falls into the safety locks and rests mechanically. By the down button the 4 safety hooks retract and the descent starts. Obstacle protection - 4 post garage lift With four sensors to detect a slack cable in each corner of the loading platform. The auto lift will direct stop lowering if an obstacle prevents descent. Lift height limit switch - 4 post garage lift A height switch ensures that the motor stops when the lift reaches the highest point. This switch can be mounted at any desired height. Foot limit switch - standard A foot switch ensures that the auto lift stops at 35 cm height, pressing the down button again will descend the runways to the lowest point.
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.