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4 post lift TPL6400
electro-hydraulic400Vfor car

4 post lift
4 post lift
4 post lift
4 post lift
4 post lift
4 post lift
4 post lift
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4 post
for car
Lifting height

Min.: 178 mm (7.008 in)

Max.: 1,900 mm (74.803 in)


TPL6400(XL) 4 post car lift with long runways For all models of passenger cars, light trucks, tractors, campers, agricultural vehicles etc. With LED runway lighting and slack cable protection All-in-one 24V control panel to lift, lock and descend Also small ground clearance cars due long ramps with 17.8 cm height The strips with locking holes in each column can be height adjusted to level the runways With lock-button to make the 4 post lift rest in its safety locks. Smooth lifting and lowering with 3.0 kW driven hydraulic cylinder Hand pump to lower the 4 post automotive lift in at fault or power failure The ramps can be mounted on both sides Powder coated Safety - 4 post car lift CE Certified - EN1493:2010 Pressure relief valve (no damage if loaded with too heavy car) Limit switch at 35 cm (CE-Stop - foot protection) A height switch stops the engine when the lift reaches highest point 4 x roll-off protection (2 x fixed and 2 x movable) The runways are synchronized with steel cables The cables are tensioned by springs, thus no backlash Each column is equipped with a mechanical lock Central check valve in the hydraulic pump Hose break protection Auto-Stop at obstacle - 4 post automotive lift Delivered as standard with obstacle protection With factory mounted sensors for detection of a slack cable on every corner. The 4 post automotive lift will therefore stop dropping immediately if an obstacle prevents the descend. Runway lights - integrated - 4-column lift Delivered as standard from factory with runway lighting
*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.