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Stertil-Koni awarded record order surge

Posted on November 8, 2017

The Diamondlift is a high-pressure, low-volume telescopic piston lift with a capacity of up to 35,000 pounds per piston, or 105,000 pounds in a three-piston configuration. Photo: Stertil-Koni
The Diamondlift is a high-pressure, low-volume telescopic piston lift with a capacity of up to 35,000 pounds per piston, or 105,000 pounds in a three-piston configuration. Photo: Stertil-Koni

Stertil-Koni announced that it has been awarded a record number of contract orders, in excess of 120 units over a four-month period, for its inground vehicle lifting systems. The contracts represent the largest order surge of its type in the company’s history.

Stertil-Koni vehicle lifts selected by transit agencies, municipalities, and corporate customers in North America recently for these orders include the Diamondlift - a high-pressure, low-volume telescopic piston lift with a capacity of up to 35,000 pounds per piston, or 105,000 pounds in a three-piston configuration – and the Ecolift – an ultra-shallow (34-inch pit), full-rise (70-inch) inground scissor lift with a capacity of 30,000 pounds per piston, or 90,000 pounds in a three-piston configuration.

A sampling of recent innovations to this vehicle lifting segment at Stertil-Koni includes:

  • Continuous recess on Diamondlift, an option that allows the bolster to recess flush to the floor anywhere in the horizontal range of piston travel
  • ebright Smart Control System on Diamondlift and Ecolift, whereby the technician on the shop floor has access to all relevant lifting information via an illuminated, 7-inch touch-screen panel on the free-standing control console for each lift
  • Differential adapter on Diamondlift, an option engineered to safely and easily lift vehicles by the rear differential
  • Diamondlift in frame version, designed for concrete foundations and replacement situations.
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