Atlas Platinum PVL12 - ALI Certified 12,000 lb. Capacity 2 Post Lift

Product Code: #AP-PVL12-3
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The Atlas Platinum PVL12 is an ALI CERTIFIED overhead 12,000 lbs two- post lift designed to accommodate both long wheel base trucks and passenger cars. The distance between the symmetrical columns is almost 123" with a drive through space of over 108". The extra distance between the symmetrical columns will allow the widest of vehicles to be lifted.

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Atlas® Platinum PVL12 Specifications
Capacity12,000 lb.
Overall HeightLow Setting: 165" (13' 9"); High Setting: 177" (14' 9")
Height To Shut Off BarLow Setting: 158" (13' 2"); High Setting: 170" (14' 2")
Floor Width150 3/8" (12' 6 3/8")
Overall Width (with motor)154 3/4" (12' 10 3/4")
Outside Column to Outside Column137 5/8" (11' 5 5/8")
Clearance Between Columns122 1/4" (10' 2 1/4")
Drive Thru108 5/8" (9' 5/8")
Maximum Lift Height with Truck Adapters85 1/2" (7'™ 1 1/2")
Maximum Lift Height without Truck Adapters73 5/8" (6' 1 5/8")
Minimum Lowered Height6"
Column Dimensions7 3/4" x 14 1/2"
Column Base Dimensions17 1/2" x 20 1/2"
Arm Length32 1/4" - 57 1/2"
Thickness of Steel6mm
Motor/Electrical Requirement220 Volt, Single (1) Phase;

A 30 amp Breaker Is Recommended
Shipping Weight2,425 lb.
Manuals/Assembly Guides
Atlas® PVL12 Manual2.5 MB51View
Wiring Guide for TMC-18 Contactor170 KB1View
  • 12,000 lb. Capacity
  • 3-Stage front and rear arms
  • Adjustable height
  • Professional grade arm lock restraint system
  • Higher quality powder coating
  • Single Point Lock Release
  • Premium Power Unit
  • Truck adapter set included
  • Mounting Hardware Included
  • 5-year Structural Warranty, 2-year Hydraulic-Power Warranty
  • Shipping Weight: 2,425 LB.
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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