Diamond Lift


July 28, 2017 - Products

Heavy-duty vehicle lift leader Stertil-Koni announced that its Continuous Recess system is now available on the Diamond Lift. The Continuous Recess moveable lifting unit allows the bolster to recess flush to the floor anywhere in the horizontal range of piston travel without having to be elevated. 

The bolsters remain completely flush with the floor which facilitates lift setup, minimizes the possibility of hitting the lift with the vehicle, and reducing tripping hazards. Its flat pit covers are made from anodized aluminum and are equipped with a skid-resistant surface.

The Diamond Lift has a lifting capacity up to 35,000 lbs. per piston, or a total of 105,000 lbs. in the three-piston configuration. It is available in two versions, “cassette” and “frame,” and is designed to accommodate vehicles with extremely low ground clearances.

When operating the Diamond Lift, the first locking point safely engages almost directly after the tires clear the floor which makes it ideal for working on wheels or brakes. The anodized aluminum floor trench covers are corrosion-resistant, offer full drive-over capacity, and accept a point load up to 7500 pounds per square inch.

Instead of rollers, the Diamond Lift uses self-lubricating sliding blocks, supporting optimum point load distribution for prolonged durability. These blocks slide on full stainless steel sliding strips. Watch a video showcasing the Diamond Lift ebright Smart Control System and Continuous Recess system here.

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