2 Post Car Lift 9,000 LB Capacity L2900 Auto Truck Hoist 220 Volt
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Safety Mechanism -
• Double Point Safety Lock Release • Automatic arm lock restraints • Relief valve built-in power pump to prevent overloading • Door guards protection rubber • Up-limit switch to protect cylinders working stroke used in safe length scope • Heavy duty 5/16"diameter cable and 4.56"pulley reduce high stress on synchronization process and increase cable life • Stiffened base plate 15/32" thickness • Ultra high molecular self-lubricating nylon slider ensures carriage smooth moving up and down • Anchor bolts/mounting hardware included Control System - • Lifting operation by pressing the "UP" button on the motor • Manual lowering operation by pressing the lever • Relief valve built-in power pump to prevent overloading • 1 set of truck adapters included • Lifting Capacity: 9,000 lbs • The Overall Height is 110-1/4" • The overall Width is 133-1/4" • Distance between two posts 106-5/16" • Column Width 10.59" • Base Width 18.89" • Column Thickness of Steel 11/64" • Carriage Thickness of Steel 3/16" • Arms Thickness of Steel 15/64"
• Arm length 29-29/32"～47-1/4" • Min pad height: 3-7/8" • Lift height max: 70 7/8" • Drive-thru width clearance: 99-7/32"
• Time to full rise: 20-60 sec • Shipping Weight: 1150lbs
Before installing your auto lift, check the following:
• Lift Location: Always use architect’s plans when available. Check layout dimension against floor plan requirements making sure adequate space is available. Your lift requires a 220v, single phase, grounded electrical source. There should be room enough to operate the lift in a safe manner and without restrictions. • Overhead Area: The area where the lift will be located should be free of overhead obstructions such as heaters, building supports, electrical lines, doors, lights, etc. • Floor Area: Visually inspect the site where the lift is to be installed and check for cracked or defective concrete.
Floor Requirements :
• A level floor is suggested for proper installation and level lifting. Small differences in floor slopes may be compensated for by proper shimming. If a floor is of questionable slope, consider a survey of the site and/or the possibility of pouring a new level concrete slab. • New concrete must be adequately cured for at least 30 days.
DO NOT install an auto lift on any asphalt surface or any surface other than concrete. DO NOT install an auto lift on expansion seams or on cracked or defective concrete. DO NOT install an auto lift on a second/elevated floor without first consulting the building architect. DO NOT install auto lift outdoors unless special consideration has been made to protect the power unit from inclement weather conditions.