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LT35A | Air-Hydraulic Lifting Table

LT35A

The adjustable LT35A lift table has the lifting capacity to support both heavy vehicle components and the RT30 repair table.

With both tilt and sliding adjustments, these features help to ease the removal and installation of batteries.

  • AIR-OPERATED WITH MECHANICAL LOCKS
  • EXTRA-WIDE BASE FOR STABILITY
  • ADJUSTABLE PLATFORM AND SWIVEL CASTERS ALIGN WITH VEHICLE

 

COMBINE LT35A WITH THE RT30 REPAIR TABLE

Create an additional repair space for your specialized service needs!

 

Rotary RT30 | ADJUSTABLE SCISSOR LIFT REPAIR TABLE | 3,000 lbs. capacity

The RT30 sits on the scissor lift table to engage and support an EV battery.

The repair table can be lowered by the lift table to its legs to act as a repair table.

This eliminates the need to move the heavy battery to another table.

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​SPLIT SLIDING TOP

The lift platform extends an additional 8” allowing the table to shift in sections. This feature eliminates the need to move the entire table for multi-positioning of larger loads.

Platform easily locks and unlocks for fine adjustment of under vehicle placement.

REAR PLATFORM TILT ADJUSTMENT

Conveniently adjust the table while under load with no need to remove battery, parts, or tools from platform. Fine adjust the tabletop with the object being removed or installed on the vehicle by positively tilting from the rear by up to 1°.

To tilt, thread jack screws located at the rear of lift table upward using allen wrench or allen socket until correct angle is met.

The table platform adjusts up to a 1° tilt angle to adapt to an uneven floor to be level with vehicle.

SIDE TO SIDE PLATFORM ALIGNMENT

Easily shift tabletop left or right by 1” by unlatching red toggle handles on mid table and pushing or pulling “U” shaped handles until desired position is reached. Reclamp handles to lock the new platform position.

AIR RELEASED MECHANICAL LOCKS

This redundant safety measure secures the lift (versus relying solely on
the hydraulic system) with additional locking security. Standard with 9 locking positions at every 2-3/4”, the first lock is at a 32” table top height.

AIR SYSTEM CONTROLS

Standard air over hydraulic pump is easier to operate and far more accessible than manual, electric or battery pumps. Manual pumps are slow and require effort. Electric is less available in bays. Batteries require charging and maintenance lessening their dependability.

Air connection is conveniently placed for easy access

Air lock release is operated by a simple toggle switch

FOOT PEDAL CONTROLS RAISE AND LOWER LIFT

Push top of foot pedal to lower table

Push rear of foot pedal to raise table

FIXTURING HOLES ON LIFT TOP SURFACE

Threaded 10mm holes on tabletop for attaching mounts and brackets allow for a broader array of service functions.

MULTI-DIRECTIONAL CASTERS

Large 3600 casters with rotational locks provide easier movement and directional control.

  • Locking a single caster enables easier movement versus swivel casters on only one end of lift.
  • When moving the lift table, the casters may be locked directionally by pressing the blue foot tab downward.
  • For ease of fore/aft movement only lock one front caster.
  • Lock the lift table into desired position by pressing only the caster locking foot tab.

Rotary RT30 | Adjustable Scissor Lift Repair Table | 3,000 lbs. Capacity

Specifications

Lift Table Capacity  3,500 lbs.
Maximum Rise Height

 STANDARD 6” CASTERS – 67 3/8”

OPTIONAL 8” CASTERS – 69 3/8”

Collapsed Height

 STANDARD 6” CASTERS – 26 1/4”

OPTIONAL 8” CASTERS – 28 1/4”

Overall Width  36 1/4”
Overall Length  97 3/8”
Deck Width  31 7/8”
Deck Length

 Closed: 73 5/8”

Open: 81 5/8”

First Locking Positions**

 STANDARD 6” CASTERS  32”

OPTIONAL 8” CASTERS    34”

Air Requirements

 90-120 PSI

6.2-8.3 bar

Clearance

 STANDARD 6” CASTERS – 4 3/4”

OPTIONAL 8” CASTERS – 6 3/4”

Overall Weight   1,300 lbs.

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