Atlas® 414 14,000 Lbs. Capacity Commercial Grade 4 Post Lift
Drive-through off-ramps are available as an option.
The Atlas® 414 (14,000 LB. capacity four post lift) incorporates many structural and cosmetic features that are found on lifts costing thousands of dollars more money. The Atlas® 414 is tested to ensure that this lift system will perform flawlessly at its rated capacities. The Atlas® 414 has been manufactured to the same exacting specifications for many years.
The Atlas® 414 uses a high strength cable system (with a under runway oversized hydraulic cylinder) powered by a 220 volt (single phase) power unit to raise and lower the lift. Many competitors use an "old style" chain lifting system with an exposed hydraulic cylinder system. Old style chain lifts are difficult to "level" properly and the exposed hydraulic cylinder is responsible for numerous "door dings".
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|Atlas® 414 Specifications|
|Lifting Height||74" (6' 2")|
|Overall Width of Columns (Without Motor)||130 1/2" (10' 10 1/2")|
|Overall Width of Columns (With Motor)||142" (11' 10")|
|Overall Length with Approach Ramps||256 1/2" (21' 4 1/2")|
|Overall Length without Approach Ramps||217 3/8" (18' 1 3/8")|
|Length Between Columns||196 3/4" (16' 4 3/4")|
|Runway Length||207" (17' 3")|
|Thickness of Runway||6 1/2"|
|Width Between Runways||44" (3' 8") *|
|Width Between Runway Rails||40 3/8" (3' 4 3/8") *|
|Outside Runway to Outside Runway||83 5/8" (6' 11 5/8")*|
|Clearance Under Runways||67 1/2" (5' 7 1/2")|
|Column Dimension||8 1/2" x 5 1/2"|
|Base of Column||12" x 9 1/2"|
|Clearance Between columns||116" (9' 8")|
|Height of Columns||86" (7' 2")|
|Maximum Wheel Base||186" (15' 6")|
|Drive Thru||102" (8' 6")|
|Column Thickness of Steel||3.5mm|
|Platform Thickness of Steel||6mm|
|Cross Beam Thickness of Steel||6mm|
|Motor||2 HP 220V +/- 5% (209-231volts) 1 phase.|
A 30 amp breaker is required.
|Oil Requirement||3-5 Gallons AW32/AW46|
|Shipping Weight||3,200 LBS.|
|Ramp Length||50" (4' 2")|
*Measurement may vary due to adjustable runway.
|Atlas® 414-New Manual (updated style)||2.5 MB||51||View|
|Atlas® 414 Manual (original style)||3.4 MB||44||View|
|Squeaks And Tweaks||300 KB||1||View|
|Optional Hose Line Installation Guide||280 KB||1||View|
|Atlas® 414 Cylinder Bleeding Procedure|
(Do this immediately after installation)
|Atlas® Six Terminal Relay Wiring Guide||481 KB||1||View|
|Atlas® Four Terminal Relay Wiring Guide||493 KB||1||View|
|Wiring Guide for AMGO Contactor||525 KB||1||View|
- 14,000 lb. Capacity
- Atlas® Powder Coat Finish
- Air Operated Single Point Lock Release
- Automatic Shut-Off Switch
- Lock Ladder Column Design
- Mounting Hardware Included
- 5 Year Structural Warranty, 2 Year Hydraulic Cylinder Warranty, and 1 Year Power Unit Warranty
- Shipping Weight: 3,200 lbs.
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