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Stertil-Koni demonstrates power of Wireless Mobile Column Lifts at World of Concrete

Stertil-Koni made a presentation recently at the World of Concrete show in Las Vegas to demonstrate the lifting capacity, flexibility and portability of its wireless mobile column lifts.

In a live, on-going demo over the course of four days, Stertil-Koni showcased the performance of its ST 1082 Wireless Mobile Column Lifts. Each ST 1082 has a lifting capacity of 18,000 lbs. per column, thus a set of four on the show floor – with a capacity of 72,000 lbs. – handled the lifting and lowering of a custom, flame-painted mixer.

Stertil-Koni says the synchronization system starts at a height difference of just 9/16th of an inch, thereby ensuring safe and smooth lifting and lowering cycles, especially in cases – such as concrete mixers – in which the vehicle weight distribution is decidedly unequal. In addition, because the standard length of the ST 1082 lifting fork is 14 inches, Stertil-Koni says the mobile column lifts comfortably accommodate large vehicles with super single tires.

The attendees at World of Concrete were also shown the ST 1082’s lifting and lower capabilities—reaching a maximum height of 69 inches in 89 seconds.

Stertil-Koni says the lifts require minimal set up time, as no interconnecting cables are required, and utilize a 24 VDC system, so no external power source is needed to operate them. Up to eight ST 1082 wireless mobile columns can be configured in a single lifting set and each column is equipped with a complete control box so the operator can control the vehicle height from any single column in the set.

The Stertil-Koni ST 1082 is third-party tested and validated by ALI/ETL-Interk.

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