Tuesday, 20 November 2018
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New lifting platform series for cramped spaces

The latest product in the constantly growing portfolio of Herkules Liftwerk GmbH is the MB Quattro lifting platform series.

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(Photo: © René Bartsch/Herkules Liftwerk GmbH)

It is above all distinguished by its four driving jacks, which permit a maximum load-bearing capacity of 500 kg – all in cramped spaces and supposedly impassable niches.

For example, transporting heavy electric wheelchairs together with their passenger is no problem. The MB Quattro series has three models that travel up to heights of 1,100, 1,400 and 1,700 mm respectively.

Quality and safety

According to the company, the priority in all of the projects of the Hercules team is quality and safety. Consequently, at the company’s headquarters in Kaufungen (Germany), the focus has always been on high quality materials and sturdy elegance to ensure that indoors, but above all outdoors, long-lasting barrier-freedom is achievable.

Waterproof, highly-sensitive sensor buttons with a high degree of vandalism protection round off the package in terms of ease of operation and comfort as do automatic safety barriers, side exit and controllability via a mobile phone app.

As a spin-off of Herkules Hebetechnik GmbH, Herkules Liftwerk can look back on over 20 years of experience in the development and production of wheelchair lifting platforms. This know-how is combined with the innovativeness of an ambitious start-up.

www.liftwerk.de

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