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Stertil Koni debuts 60-tonne four-post vehicle lift

Stertil Koni debuts 60-tonne four-post vehicle lift

Commercial vehicle lift specialist Stertil Koni has extended its versatile four-post lift range with the introduction of the ST4600, one of the most heavy-duty platform lifts in the world.

Offering a lifting capacity of 60 tonnes, this giant platform is designed to service extremely heavy duty vehicles such as specially-engineered HGVs, super-size dumper trucks for the mining industry, specialist agricultural equipment and all-terrain military transport.

In spite of its immense power, the ST4600 is simply operated using conveniently-positioned push buttons to provide smooth, accurate and controlled lifting, says Stertil Koni.

As with all Stertil Koni four-post lifts, the ST4600 offers a very low drive on height, thereby ensuring easy access even for vehicles with low ground clearance. Accessibility may be further enhanced by installing the lift flush with the floor level within a shallow 350mm-deep pit.  

Stertil Koni also describes the lift as incredibly stable, with extensive locking positions making it the ideal vehicle lift for an extremely wide range of maintenance, repair and servicing tasks.

“The 60 tonne ST4600 is one of the first of its kind in the UK,” says Tony Edge, general manager of Stertil Koni. “With an unrivalled lifting capacity, matched to excellent accessibility, the ST4600 perfectly fills a gap in the market for controllable, precise heavy duty vehicle lifting.

"It’s an awesome piece of machinery that typifies our determination to design and develop industry-leading products that meet the changing needs of our customers in the 21st century.”

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