Atlas® BP8000 Baseplate 8,000 lbs. Capacity 2 Post Lift

Product Code: #ATTD-BP8000-NEW
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The Atlas BP8000 is a base-plate two-post lift designed for low ceiling garages. The total column height of 108" (9 feet) allows this lift to be installed in almost any professional or home garage with a ceiling as low as 9 feet 3 inches.

The current model of BP8000 now comes with 3-stage rear arms instead of the old 2-stage, giving more flexibility to your lifting points.

The Atlas BP8000 features a single-point lock release, automatic arm restraints, super symmetric arms, double safety lock system, powder coat finish, and heavy-duty dual hydraulic chain-drive cylinders (one cylinder in each column).

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Atlas® BP8000 Specifications
Capacity8,000 LB.
Lifting TimeAsk Your Salesperson
Overall Height108" (9')
Overall Width132" (11')
Outside Column to Outside Column124" (10' 4")
Maximum Lift Height (Without Adapters)70 1/2" (5' 10 1/2")
Maximum Lift Height (With Adapters)81 1/8" (6' 9 1/8")
Minimum Arm Height3 1/2"
Base Plate Width11 1/2"
Inside Column109 5/8" (9' 1 5/8")
Drive Thru99" (8' 3")
Column Size7 1/4" x 11"
Column Thickness of Steel6mm
Carriage Thickness of Steel6mm
Arms Thickness of Steel6mm
Cable Diameter.375"
Base Of Lift(17 1/2" x 17 3/4")
Motor/Electrical Requirement3 HP 220V single (1) phase.
A 30 amp breaker is required.
Oil Requirement3-5 Gallons AW32/AW46
Shipping Weight
1,290 LB.

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

All lifts come with a step by step instruction manual.



Size:Pages:
Atlas® BP8000 Manual2.6 MB48View
Atlas® BP8000 Oil Hose Configuration Addendum170 KB1View
Atlas® BP8000 Cylinder Bleeding Procedure
(Do this immediately after installation)
144 KB2View
Wiring Guide for TMC-18 Contactor170 KB1View
Learn how to make the lift 'shorter' than the factory's recommended height
Can I Mount The Power Unit On Any Column?

NO…but YES. Most lifts have only one column that can be used to mount the power unit.
This column has the mounting bracket. Make sure that you install that specific column on the side where you want to locate the power unit.

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