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2500 kg Single-Post Car Lift
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2500 kg Single-Post Car Lift

• Manual single side release system. • Single post design make service more convenient. • Moveable single post lift with adjustable arm length. • Rubber door protection effectively avoid unexpected injuries and damages. • Cover for post ensure good outlooking. • It has been proofed by dynamic test with 125% of rated capacity and static test with 150% of rated capacity.
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Product description

Product Information

Space-saving design helps turn wasted floor space into a valuable service area. Lift raises speeding in just under one minute. Automatic safety locks secure lift at multiple service heights• An ergonomic control panel features simple push-button up and down controls and pneumatic safety release. Item too large for lift gate. Requires forklift on site for unloading.
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Product Parameters

Model

QJY2.5-H

Capacity

2500 kgS

Fuse  Protection

10 A

Max Lifting Height

1800 mm

Low Lifting Height

110 mm

 Lifting/Lowering Time

50/20 sec.

Power  Supply

220V/380V

Motor Powe

2.2 kw

Package Size 1# 

2070x1370x450 mm 

Package Size 2# 

2450x520x550 mm 

Package Size 3#

750x332x230 mm

Weight

750 kgs

QJY/20'CY

16 PCS

   
Features

•   Manual single side release system.

•   Single post design make service more convenient.

•   Moveable single post lift with adjustable arm length. 

•   Rubber door protection effectively avoid unexpected injuries and damages.

•   Cover for post ensure good outlooking.

•   It has been proofed by dynamic test with 125% of rated capacity and static test with 150% of rated capacity.QJY2.jpg

 

 

 

 

Common Problems And Solutions

Sequence of Lockout Procedure

1) Notify all affected employees that a lockout is being performed for servicing or maintenance and that the lift must be shut down and locked out to perform the servicing or maintenance

2) Unload the subject lift (remove vehicle). Shut it down and assure the disconnect switch is "OFF" if one is provided on the lift.

3) The authorized lockout person operates the main energy isolation device removing power to the lift being taken out of service. Stored or residual energy (such as capacitors, springs, elevated machine members, hydraulic systems, air, or etc.) must be dissipated or restrained by methods such as grounding, repositioning, blocking, bleeding down, etc.

If this is a lockable device, the authorized lockout person places the assigned padlock on the device to prevent its unintentional reactivation. An appropriate tag is applied stating the person's name, at least 3" x 6" in size, an easily noticeably color, and states not to operate device or remove tag. If this device is a non-lockable circuit breaker or fuse, replace circuit with a "dummy" device and tag it appropriately as mentioned above.

4) Ensure that the equipment is disconnected from the energy sources' by first checking that no personnel are exposed, then verify the isolation of the equipment by operating the push button or other normal operating controls' or by testing to make certain the equipment will not operate. . Be sure to return any switches to the "OFF" position.

5) The equipment is now locked out and ready for the required maintenance or service.

 

Restoring Equipment to Service

1) Check the lift and the immediate area around the lift to ensure that nonessential items have been removed (clear all tools, vehicles and personnel) and that the completion of all lift components are operationally intact.

2) The authorized person can now remove the lock (or dummy circuit breaker or fuse) and tag. Activate the energy isolating device so that the lift may again be placed into operation.

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