Bradbury H4403MOT SR 4.0 Tonne Class IV MOT Electro-Hydraulic Lift with 4360mm platforms

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The Bradbury H4403MOT SR DVSA Approved 4.0 Tonne Four Post MOT Lift is suitable for two man MOT testing of class IV vehicles and has been specifically designed to fit into existing bays which are narrow. This lift benefits from a low profile platform, automatic parking system, eccentric brake system and anti tilt system.

Key Features

· Safe & Reliable Hydraulic Operation

· Low profile platform

· Anti tilt system

· Emergency stop button

· Automatic parking system

· Eccentric brake system

· DVSA Approved for IV Testing

· 2 year warranty (subject to maintenance and terms & conditions – see

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


Technical Specifications
Lifting capacity 4000kg
Lifting/ lowering time 24 – 26 seconds
Platform length 4360mm
Overall length 4540mm
Overall width 2778mm
Drive through width 2348mm
Each platform width 550mm
Distance between platforms 880mm
Minimum/maximum lifting height 140/1810mm
Electrical Supply – 3 Phase Motor 380 – 415V, 3kW
Operation Electro-Hydraulic
Air Supply 8 Bar
Jacking Beams
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This lift comes with a 2 year parts and labour warranty which is subject to proof of maintenance.

Warranty exclusions :
Accident damage, vandalism (non-fair wear and tear), 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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2021-03-09T14:50:26+00:00 December 20th, 2016|