Bradbury H24B Series – 4 Tonne Two Post Lift

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The Bradbury H24B series of two post lifts are electro-hydraulically operated and are suitable for lifting most cars and small vans.With a low pad height of just 95mm and screw adjustable lifting pads, this lift is very versatile.

Available in both single and three phase.

**Please note that the colour may vary from that shown in the picture, new colours for 2021 are Grey RAL7016 with yellow Bradbury Decals**

Baseless version also available.

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H2401B/H2403B Technical Specifications
Lifting capacity 4000 kg
Lifting & lowering time 50 seconds / 50 seconds
Minimum height (pad) 95mm – 140mm
Maximum height 1805mm – 1850mm
Front minimum / maximum arm length 635mm / 1072mm
Rear minimum / maximum arm length 850mm / 1462mm
Motor size 3 Phase 1.8kW
Motor size 1 Phase 1.5kW
Power Requirements 1 phase – 20a Isolator Required / 3 phase – 16a Isolator Required
Operation  Electro-hydraulic
Part Number Description
GEMLIGHT160 Pair of LED lights for two post lift with magnetic fixings
AH100 100mm high lift pad adaptors x 4
AH187 185mm high lift pad adaptors x 4
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Download Drawing H2401/3B

This lift comes with a 2 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.

We offer a wide range of service contracts for this lift, please contact 0844 249 8101 for more information.

To download the HSE document for thorough examinations and testing of lifts follow the link below.
HSE Document
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2021-07-09T14:42:31+00:00 January 22nd, 2011|