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HOFMANN duolift MTF 3000

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Excl. Tax: £3,999.00 Incl. Tax: £4,798.80

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Hofmann MTF3000

Two-post Lift for Vehicles up to 3 t

Key Features:
•Perfect ground clearance - no base frame
•Asymmetrical design, car door access on two sides
•Automatic arm locks
•Low pick-up height
•Electro-mechanical drive
•Rugged long-life column profile
•Rolled-thread lifting spindles
•Automatic lubrication system
•4 pick-up pads vertically adjustable from approximately 98 - 140 mm, 120 mm diameter
•Two mechanically synchronised drive motors

HOFMANN duolift MTF 3000

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This standard lift without base frame and with mechanic synchronisation control is designed for cars, vans and light trucks of a gross vehicle weight of up to 3000 kg.

The duolift MTF 3000 has slim, but stable lifting columns. The low-wear Nylatron supporting nuts have excellent characteristics in case of emergency,the rolled-thread spindles are wearproof.

The two-part short supporting armswith their large swing range can be unlocked and locked automatically.Owing to the low pick-up height of 98 mm only there is no problem to accommodate even low-bed vehicles on the lift. The asymmetric design gives free access to the vehicle doors on both sides.




Specifications 

 

Rated load capacity(kg) 3000
Lifting height (mm) 2030
Lifting travel (mm) 1890
Lifting time (s) 45
Synchronisation mechanic
Load supporting means Carrying arms
Admissible load distribution front / rear 2:3 / 3:2
Pick-up height: vertically adjustable pads (mm) 98 - 140
Pick-up pad (mm) 120
Foundation length (mm) 4000
Foundation width (mm) 1000
Foundation depth w/o floor covering (mm) 300
Depth of floor covering max. (mm) 50
Foundation - Concrete qualitymin. C20 / C25
Overall width (mm) 3200
Power supply 400-415VAC 3ph 50/60 Hz
Noise level (dB (A)) <70

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