Introduced for the first time at the 'Roof + Wall' trade fair back in 1989,...
For many years, inclined lifts from Böcker Maschinenwerke have been popular helpers with craftsmen and furniture transport companies. Their tough and robust design and their unrivalled durability make these machines reliable partners wherever they are in use. Böcker is now adding the new model Simply to its product range in this field. Fast assembly and easy on-site handling make the new inclined lift an all-rounder for any application.
Böcker Maschinenwerke is now adding machines from the Simply series to its range of products in the sector of inclined lifts. Whether as a construction or furniture lift, whether with a petrol or electric engine, the new all-rounder can be used wherever loads need to be quickly and reliably lifted in confined spaces.
Efficient operation in confined spaces
This is where the low clearance width and height of the new Simply excel. It only needs a direct on-site space of 4.6 square metres due to its small support surface. With a dead weight of only 750kg it is also particularly easy to manoeuvre, and reaches and ideal operating radius of 360 degrees thanks to its full-circle adjustable turntable lock.
Assembly and operation of the Simply inclined lift are easy, even for untrained personnel. The machine can be transported to any location in any passenger vehicle and a normal car driving license. Hydraulic raising extension of the rails and easily extendable crank supports guarantee a short on-site assembly time. The proven control technology in addition ensures reliability and best possible ease of operation.
Reliable and versatile for any task
Thanks to its strong guide rails made of special aluminium, the new Simply is designed for a payload up to a maximum weight of 250kg. Load mounting can take place by various means, such as a bulk material bucket or via tile, window and furniture platforms.
The new Simply is also available with the mechanically attachable Böcker buckle bar, by means of which the last rail section can be bent according to the roof inclination. It is infinitely adjustable from 20 to 45 degrees, thus enabling optimum adaptation to the roof slope.
The new Böcker development will celebrate its German premiere at the "MöLo", the international specialist trade fair for new furniture logistics, removals and services.