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Stertil-Koni debuts anti-skid coating for vertical rise platform lift

Posted on July 28, 2016

Stertil-Koni Skylift
Stertil-Koni Skylift
Vehicle lift manufacturer Stertil-Koni announced the availability of a new textured topcoat option for the company’s true vertical rise platform lifting system, SKYLIFT, engineered to provide a powerful, anti-skid solution.

Consisting of a three-component, tough, epoxy topcoat that is abrasion-resistant, the Stertil Guard Anti-Skid system ensures that its platform runways stay in top condition longer. The high solid components combined with fused Aluminum Oxide deliver a “rough”-coated surface profile that has exceptional non-slip properties and is extremely resistant to wear and tear, according to the company.

Available for order beginning October 1, the Stertil Guard Anti-Skid system, designed for durable life expectancy, can be used in virtually any working climate – wet or dry, inside or outdoors – from extreme heat to sub-zero temperatures.

Stertil Guard Anti-Skid system
Stertil Guard Anti-Skid system
Although the coating is barely visible from a distance, it conforms seamlessly to the design of the platforms. The coarse texture of the coating increases friction as each vehicle wheel touches the runway, helping to ensure that vehicles do not shift or slip while on the lift. In addition, the Stertil Guard Anti-Skid system is professionally applied during the manufacturing process; therefore the lifts are ready for immediate use upon installation.

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