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Stertil-Koni introduces high-performance, low-capacity hydraulic vehicle lift

Posted on September 22, 2016

Stertil-Koni ST 1064 mobile column lift
Stertil-Koni ST 1064 mobile column lift
Heavy-duty vehicle lift manufacturer Stertil-Koni today announced the North American rollout of the company’s just-released ST 1064, a high-performance, lower capacity hydraulic mobile column lift with a capacity of 14,000 lbs. per column, or 56,000 lbs. for a set of four.

Engineered to deliver an optimal combination of flexibility, productivity and efficiency, the latest offering from Stertil-Koni was developed by a specialized team of professionals for commercial vehicle maintenance facilities of all types seeking a full-featured mobile column lifting system with slightly reduced lifting capacity – all at an attractive price point.

Modeled after the popular ST 1075 (capacity 16,500 lbs. per column), the ST 1064 is available in three models:

  • Cables with three-phase power (208/220/460V) connecting columns;
  • Battery-operated (2 12-volt batteries per column) with wires connecting columns; and
  • Totally wireless (no cables or wires).

Each of the three models is equipped with the latest in mobile column lifting technology, the ebright Smart Control System, as standard. It utilizes a 7-inch color monitor to present all relevant operating information at a glance and features a user-friendly touch pad to configure options such as language as well as an ID-Key to prevent unauthorized operation.

Further, the Stertil-Koni ST 1064, like all of the company’s mobile column lifts, features state-of-the-art hydraulic technology, is manufactured with high quality, high tensile DOMEX steel for maximum strength, delivers fast lifting and lowering and has a mechanical locking system for added safety that starts at just 18.25 inches above floor height and continues up the entire length of the lift every 1 3/8th inches. 

“This highly-portable hydraulic lift can safely and efficiently hoist virtually any heavy duty vehicle by its tires and operates on any level floor, indoors or outside," said Stertil-Koni president, Dr. Jean DellAmore. "Plus, multiple thirty-two-column lifting sets can be operated simultaneously in one area without interference from other lifting sets.”

User benefits of the ST 1064 are compelling: Setup time is minimal; lifting speed is fast — it only takes 70 seconds (VAC- 3 phase) to reach its maximum lifting height of 73-inches, thereby speeding up vehicle servicing time — and the hydraulic technology employed is proven, durable and safe.

The Stertil-Koni ST 1064 –FMA operates via a three phase 208-180 VAC or single phase 220 VAC; ST 1064-FBA is battery operated, and ST 1064-FWA is wireless.

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