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MezzLift Specification – BorgWarner, Bradford

MezzLift Specification – BorgWarner, Bradford 

MezzLift Specification – BorgWarner, Bradford

Maximum Working Load 250kg

Travel 3120mm

Platform Size 1300mm x 1100mm usable platform

Platform Guarding 900mm high frames two sides to suit loading direction

Lift Speed 0.3 m/s

Number of stops 2 (ground and mezzanine)

Power Supply Required 240v, 20amp, 1 phase terminated in a double pole isolator switch

Controls Push to run controls adjacent to the gates at both levels

Drive Type Chain drive, hydraulic motor

Loading Configuration Load Through

Pit None – loading via 50mm ramp

External Shaft Size 1910mm x 1310mm

Shaft Enclosure Self supporting 1” x 1” mesh shaft

Door Type 2000mm Clear height double gate, mesh filled. Lift gates are protected by electrical interlocks to prevent access to the shaft unless the platform

is docked at the appropriate level

Finish Lift and platform to be black, guarding RAL 1023

Documentation CE Mark with Declaration of Conformity. Operation and Maintenance Manual issue on completion. LOLER Report of Thorough Examination and Test issued on commission

Training Operator training carried out on completion

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