004755 AUTOPSTENHOJ Maestro 2.55 – 5.5 Tonne Two Post Lift

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The AUTOPSTENHOJ Maestro 004755 2.55 F 5.5 tonne two post lift has been developed for passenger cars and vans. This AUTOPSTENHOJ lift is especially suitable for repairs that require free access to wheels and the underbody.

ALL AUTOPSTENHOJ lifts are led through a sling purifying plant (according to SA2.50 – ISO-Norm 8501-1:2007), dipped in primer and finally led through an electrostatic powder bake plant.

AUTOPSTENHOJ Lifts are manufactured in Denmark

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Technical Specifications
Lifting capacity 5.5 tonnes
Lifting / lowering time  55 seconds / 55 seconds
Minimum height 140mm
Maximum height mm
Front minimum / maximum arm length mm/ mm
Rear minimum / maximum arm length mm / mm
Motor size kw
Power Requirements 3 phase – 16a Isolator Required
Operation Electro-hydraulic
Part Number Description
770502 100mm F type pad
770503 190mm F type pad
770504 260mm F type pad
676524 100mm U type pad
676525 190mm U type pad
777195 260mm U type pad
A11028 90-150mm adjustable pad
A11029 150-255mm adjustable pad
A11043/A11040 Specially designed lifting pad adaptors to lift Sprinter/Crafter
GEMLIGHT160 Pair of LED lighting kits with magnetic fixings
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This lift comes with a 3 year parts and labour warranty which is subject to proof of maintenance.

Warranty exclusions :
Accidental damage, consumable items including lift pads, vandalism (non-fair wear and tear), equipment upgrades or modifications, removal/movement of equipment, acts of nature and unauthorised repairs by non-Gemco service agents. Package prices are for U.K. Mainland only.

Proof of maintenance will be required in the event of a warranty claim.

To download the HSE document for thorough examinations and testing of lifts follow the link below.

HSE Document
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2021-03-05T14:44:36+00:00 January 20th, 2011|