Customised SKYLIFT Wash Bay Model Installation at WH Malcolm

Stertil-Koni delivered and installed a SKYLIFT Wash bay Model at WH Malcolm. This lift was installed into an old ship yard on the River Clyde in Glasgow, where they used to launch ships into the water on a steep slipway.

SKYLIFT Wash Bay Model The lift is recessed at the drive-on end by 350 mm and built up onto 350 mm pads at the front end, when fully extended the front of the lift is over 2.5 metre high.

The design of all our platform SKYLIFT allows for this customised installation. This SKY350 model has a platform length of 14.5 metre and a capacity of 35,000 kg.

SKYLIFT Wash Bay Model The platforms are fully hot-dip galvanised,  lift supports have a extremely resistant coating to protect against any moisture and dirt. Finally a lockable stainless steel control console completes the installation.
All cleaning jobs can be done at any required height. The SKYLIFT provides maximum access to the lifted vehicle.

We recently introduced a film about our SKYLIFT. Please click here to take a look and be surprised about all the features SKYLIFT has to offer.

The SKYLIFT features:

  • Optimum access to the lifted vehicle
  • Maximum Flexibility
  • Minimum lift maintenance
  • Highest Safety Requirements

Capacities for the individual SKYLIFT models range from 20 t up to 35 t. To read more about our SKYLIFT click here.

This article was originally published by Stertil-Koni.

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