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CV Show debut for Stertil Koni Mobile Column Lift, Stand No. 2A70

Stertil Koni has boosted its award-winning range of vehicle lifting equipment with the introduction of a new mobile column lift which will be highlighted on the company’s stand at this year’s CV Show.

Following the launch of Stertil Koni’s innovative, environmentally friendly Earthlift mobile column model last year, the company has introduced another new mobile column lift – the ST1075. The 7.5 tonne capacity ST1075 has been designed specifically to replace two previous mobile column models, rated at 6 tonnes and 7.25 tonnes respectively, that have been manufactured and supplied by Stertil Koni since 2005.

Available in both wireless and cabled specifications, the ST1075 can be supplied in sets of 4, 6 or 8 columns thereby providing total lifting capacities up to 60 tonnes. The ST1075 provides low maintenance, electro-hydraulic operation and only requires power for the lifting element whilst separate mechanical interlocks ensure axle stands are not required. Most models feature a slow lowering speed and 350mm forks are included as standard with a very generous ‘column to vehicle’ distance of 255mm.

"We are very proud of our position as the world’s number one mobile column lift manufacturer and always aim to technologically drive the vehicle lift industry forward with new products and developments." Says Tony Edge, General Manager of Stertil Koni UK. "Our new ST 1075 represents a significant step forward in product design based on the two highly successful models it replaces. Significantly, the availability of wireless and cabled versions means that the ST 1075 can enable customers to tackle a diverse range of challenging applications and demanding environments."

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