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Freedom Lift

September 3, 2013 - Products


Stertil-Koni announced the introduction of three additional models of heavy-duty two-post lifts in its new FREEDOM LIFT series.

The FREEDOM LIFT models just launched have lifting capacities of 20,000 pounds, 26,000 pounds, and 30,000 pounds respectively, and are designed to provide a combination of peak performance and safety through a symmetrical, open floor design that optimizes workspace in the shop.  Similar to the recently introduced 16,000 pounds capacity FREEDOM LIFT, all feature a clean, ergonomic design with wheels-free lifting, telescopic swing arms with a wide range of usability and a footprint that requires no mechanical structure overhead.

Stertil-Koni is in production for the three FREEDOM LIFT models just introduced and is currently taking orders.  These consist of FREEDOM LIFT:

  • SK 2.20 with lifting capacity of 20,000 pounds and lifting time of 58 seconds to maximum height,
  • SK 2.26 with lifting capacity of 26,000 pounds and lifting time of 95 seconds to maximum height, and
  • SK 2.30 with lifting capacity of 30,000 pounds and lifting time of 95 seconds to maximum height.

Safety is ensured by the lifts’ open floor design and the independent mechanical locking system – which starts at just eight inches above floor level and continues up the entire height of the lift every 1 ¼ inches. FREEDOM LIFT is also robotically welded for ultimate lifting precision and manufactured with high-grade carbon steel.  The maximum lifting height of 77 ¾ inches is easily achieved and characterized by a smooth synchronization system.  For added safety, each member of the FREEDOM LIFT series is third-party tested and validated by ALI/ETL-Intertek.

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