BendPak 5175227 Mid-Rise Scissor Lift, 6,000 Lbs
6000 lbs. Lifting Capacity, 43.00" Lift Height Max- Pad Only, 110–220 VAC / 60 Hz / 1 Ph Motor
With nearly 45" of rise from the flush-mounted position, the MDS-6LPF is a world-class performer in the mid-rise lift class. There's no better way to get this much power and height from a fully collapsed, zero-footprint design.
If you’re looking to flush-mount your lift in the floor for a smooth sub-surface installation, be sure to choose the MDS-6LPF. Sharing all the same features of the MDS-6LP, our space-saving flush-mount design is the ideal way to keep garage lift equipment parallel with your flooring.
- Each lift platform features four solid steel-scissor frame support bars, making it one of the strongest mid-rise lifts in its class
- Dual master hydraulic cylinder combines with dual equalizing cylinders to provide a safe and level 6,000 pound lifting capacity
- Soli-steel safety lock bars engage automatically during ascent
- Convenient stainless-steel pneumatic cylinders simultaneously release safety locks during descent with a simple push of a button. (NOTE: Requires min. 50 psi, 10-CFM air source at time of installation.)
- A push-button safety lock release system is operated away from the lift and allows operators to safely deactivate the locks without the need to push or pull cumbersome release bars or lock release handles
- Hinge point features Zerk grease fitting to allow lubrication at critical wear areas
- Comes standard with four durable cushioned-rubber contact blocks, permitting fast vehicle setup
- Three locking positions allow technicians to work at different working heights to increase productivity and minimize fatigue
- Powder coat finish provides a long lasting durable finish
- Flush-mount design for in-ground installation in lube shops, full-service bays and home garage environments looking for a zero-footprint lift
BendPak Limited Warranty (PDF)
- Lifting capacity: 6,000 lbs
- Lifting height: 43" ( minus 4-3/8" for sub-surface flooring)
- Lifting height + blocks: 45" ( minus 4-3/8" for sub-surface flooring)
- Lift platform dimensions: 19" x 67"
- Width between platforms: 40" to 46"
- Overall width: Adjustable
- Overall length: 67"
- Lowered height: Flush with ground
- Lifting time: 35 seconds
- Motor: 110 or 220 VAC / 60 Hz / 1 Ph
- This item ships directly from the manufacturer. It may take an additional 2 business days for BendPak to ship this item.
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
- This item ships via Ground Shipping only. Expedited and Air shipping options are not available.
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