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Flexfit FMA

Product Type:

scissor lift table for transport trolleys

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Areas of Application:

for example for relieving the musculoskeletal system

Description:

The scissor lift tables are used for steplessly lifting material to an ergonomic working height on machines and at the assembly site and used as loading tables. This lift table has been designed to lift trolleys or other load carriers with rollers.

Features / Components:

- Control panel with emergency stop switch
- Double-sided skids with low drive-up height (8 mm) for lateral guidance of carriage rollers
- Roll-off protection through gaps

Price (without guarantee):

The price is available on request from the manufacturer / distributor.

Further Information

Product Information from the Manufacturer / Distributor:

Further Product Details

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Please contact the manufacturer or distributor.

Manufacturer:

FLEXLIFT Hubgeräte GmbH
Eckendorfer Str. 115
33609 Bielefeld
Germany Telephone: 0521 7806-0 Email: verkauf@flexlift.de Homepage: https://www.flexlift.de

Distributor:

FLEXLIFT Hubgeräte GmbH
Eckendorfer Str. 115
33609 Bielefeld
Germany Telephone: 0521 7806-0 Email: verkauf@flexlift.de Homepage: https://www.flexlift.de

Technical Data:

Models 500/75 750/75 1000/70 1500/70
Overall height (mm): 75 75 85 95
Lifting height (mm): 750 750 750 750
Working height (mm): 680 680 665 655
Platform length (mm): 1380 1380 1380 1380
Platform width (mm): 866/550 866/550 850/600 850/600
Lifting / lowering time (s): approx. 15 approx. 20 approx. 20 approx. 25
Load capacity (kg): 500 750 1000 1500
Weight (kg): 115 115 150 200

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Reference Number:

IW/280909.003


Source :

IW


Last Update: 13 May 2019