The HF 11000 is a revolutionary hydraulic two post lift. The patented HyperFlow® technology allows the lift to be perfectly and automatically synchronized without cables or pulleys. The hard piping guarantees a long lasting and secure operation, increasing the productivity and efficiency of the workshop while reducing cost of ownership.
HF 12000 NT TWO POST LIFT FEATURES:
No Equalization Cables: Patented HyperFlow® technology allows the lift to equalize itself each time it reaches its top position. This innovation means your lift is safer as a broken cable can drop a vehicle. It also means you can save up to $2,000 over the life of the lift on inspection fees and cable replacements.
No Hydraulic Hoses: No more sweating, breaking or replacing hydraulic hoses…forever. All steel tubing with no maintenance costs, saving you over $1,000 over the life of the lift.
Operating Performance: Powerful lifting – industry only oil immersed motor. This powerful motor runs in the hydraulic fluid keeping it clean, cool and permanently lubricated for up to 5x the lift of a standard bold on power unit.
True Asymmetric Design: Asymmetric arms with 11,000 lb capacity allow the HF 11000 to have an outside width that is up to 20″ narrower than other lifts while virtually maintaining the same drive through clearance.
Available in two heights 144″ and 161″
Fast lifting and lowering times guarantee high cost effectiveness
Powerful and uniform lifting with control lever
HyperFlow® technology ensures synchronization without cables or pulleys
Nearly wear-free hydraulic cylinders
Self-equalization system for the hydraulic system
Slim design cylinders are protected behind covers
Long reach arms to pick up vans with low lifting points
Extremely low maintenance lift – no expensive parts to be replaced and no down time during servicing
2 hydraulic cylinders with HyperFlow® technology and a mechanical locking system
The synchronization is automatically performed in the top position
Manual equalization valves to ensure synchronization are no longer required
Automatic equalization of the hydraulic system when approaching maximum raised position
Eliminates wear-prone cables and pulleys, reducing the high cost of lift downtime