Initial height: 300mm
Advised distance between two runways: 800mm
Safety method:Mechanical safety lock + pneumatic release
Motor power :2. 2kw
Motor voltage:3 phase/380v or Single phase/220V
Length of Platform
220V/380V 50Hz/60Hz 1Ph/3Ph
1. Why should I choose CNBM 2 post car lift?
There are several reasons you should strongly consider purchasing a CNBM Lift:
Top raw materials from only the finest plants
Only professional cost-effective equipment
Low prices with high quality revenue producing products
Increase productivity for your customers( Your customers gain more, they will enjoy buying from you.)
The best customer service. Quick reply within 24 hours and more.
2. How safe are your 2 post car lift?
Our 2&4 post lifts have been tested and CE certified for safety . They also meet the American
and Australian Standard.
3. Should I keep repair and replacement parts in stock?
Yes, most all commonly required repair and replacement parts should always keep in stock.
4. What type of fluid is required for my 2 post car lift?
We recommend use of a SAE10 hydraulic fluid that meets an ISO 32 specification, approximately 3 gallons / 12L are required.
5. Are CNBM 2 post car lift designed for commercial use?
All of our lifts can be used in commercial applications without any problems.
6. Do you offer any custom designs?
Yes,CNBM Lift provide OEM/ODM services to top range partners.Produce a superior product for you by your designs.
- Q:Far into a helicopter how much money one
- Do not know what kind of lift the landlord needs to buy? What kind of car does your factory often repair?
- Q:How much is the one with the second lift?
- The purchase of an elevator is an important decision for the garage, and it is not an easy thing to do. In your repair shop, the lift may be more frequent than any other device. In every working day, the lift may be lifted dozens of times. When you intend to buy a lift, the first thing to do is to determine what the new lift will be used to help narrow the selection.
- Q:What are the disadvantages of lifting a car?
- When you lift a vehicle you put a LOT more strain on the suspension especially ball joints, shock mounts, sway bars, tie-rods, and steering stabilizers. You'll wear these parts out a LOT faster, and your vehicle will get worse gas mileage, and the drive-train will have to work harder.
- Q:Can the hollow board be on the lift?
- Not to re-cast concrete, C35 thickness of at least 20 cm, the lift on several expansion bolts fixed, the ground is very strict, or something that is the event will be overturned people can not save this
- Q:is there a way to get your car lifted a couple of inches but still get an air bag suspension?
- The best way to do this is by adding a body lift. This actually lifts the body of the car off the frame a couple of inches and leaves the suspension in the same place. Most of the time when you see a Hi-riser sitting tall and then hitting the bags and raising it up, it has a combination of a body lift and then an airbag suspension. For the fast travel that you're talking about, you'll need to use nitrogen instead of compressed air. Compressed air usually operates off a compressor and a tank. When you release that pressure from the tank into the bags, the compressor kicks on and you have to wait before the pressure builds back up to get quick actuation. When you use a nitrogen tank the pressure is more consistent and faster because of the nature of the gas. To get a better idea, try checking out a mini-truck show when one comes around you area.
- Q:What kind of lift is there?
- Kind of Tingzhi, two columns, gantry, small cut, big cut, four columns, each have their own advantages
- Q:Lifting machine hydraulic pump work but not oil how to do?
- Haha installed against it to find a maintenance on the equipment can be a ah it is not a change
- Q:How to safely lift entire car?
- Four jack stands is actually the way to go if you don't have access to other lifting capability. Lift one corner at a time using a floor jack, blocking the other end of the car. If you have a front wheel drive car, start with the rear end, if you have a real wheel drive car, start at the front. Place the jackstands on the axles, or if you have independent suspension, place the jackstands on the frame. Once all four wheels are off the ground, you may want to add another layer of safety by putting something else under the car to catch it if it slips off a jackstand.
- Q:can you lift a car by the pinch weld?
- If you mean the seam along the side of the body, where the rocker sills are attached, I wouldn't if you have an alternative, like a spring pad or crossmember. Anytime you put stress on this area, you weaken it. Older model K cars and Chrysler products had the car jack use this area as a lift point. I've seen lots of cars ruined, when rust damage allowed the lift to go through the area, then damage the door or something worse. It's just an exposed seam spot welded together at the factory. Hope this helped
- Q:i need to know how much it would cost to get my car lifted for some 24 rims.?
- Ok well lift kits generally cost hundreds of dollars like..2 and up. But the problem with lifitng cars/trucks is its not made for big tires so eventually can cause wear and tear on ur engine so be prepareed to make alot of changes to the car
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