Atlas® 9KBP Baseplate 2 Post Lift
Product Code XH-9KBP

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$1,595.00

  • 9,000 lb. Capacity
  • Symmetric Arms
  • Base Plate Design
  • Dual Hydraulic Chain-Drive Cylinders
  • Secondary Lock System (SLS)
  • Free 8 Piece Truck Adapter Set
  • Automatic Arm Restraints
  • Designed For Low Ceiling Clearance -
       9' 3 ½" Columns
  • Mounting Hardware Included
  • Shipping Weight: 1,400 lbs.

  • The Atlas® 9KBP is a base-plate two-post lift designed for low ceiling garages. The total column height of 111 ½" (9 feet 3 ½ inches) allows this lift to be installed in almost any professional or home garage with a ceiling as low as 9 feet 6 inches.

    The Atlas® 9KBP features dual hydraulic chain-drive cylinders, symmetric arms, and automatic arm restraints. Atlas® 9KBP two post “chain over roller” lifts have a spring loaded Secondary Lock System (SLS) that automatically engages in the event of a slack or broken chain.

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    Atlas® 9KBP Specifications Detailed Pictures/Specs.
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    Capacity 9,000 LB.
    Lifting Time Ask Your Salesperson
    Overall Height 111 ½" (9' 3 ½")
    Overall Width 142" (11' 10") (With Power Unit)
    134 ½" (11' 2 ½")
    Outside Column to Outside Column 124 ⅞" (10' 4 ⅞")
    Maximum Lift Height 74 ½" (6' 2 ½")
    Minimum Arm Height 4"
    Base Plate Width 10 ¾"
    Inside Column 110" (9' 2")
    Drive Thru 101" (8' 5")
    Column Size 7 ¼" x 11 ⅛"
    Column Thickness of Steel 5mm
    Carriage Thickness of Steel 6mm
    Arms Thickness of Steel 6mm
    Cable Diameter .375"
    Base Of Lift 13 ½" x 18 ¼"
    Motor/Electrical Requirement 3 HP 220 volt single (1) phase.
    A 30 amp breaker is recommended.
    Oil Requirement 3-5 Gallons AW32/AW46
    Shipping Weight
    1,400 LB.

    Requires a minimum of 4" of concrete with 3000 psi.

    All lifts come with a step by step instruction manual.


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    Atlas® 9KBP Manual 1.6 MB 20
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