Fantek towers over the competition

Fantek towers over the competition

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Fantek’s T-200PA is a compact front-load tower lift for vertical transportation in most vans. Reportedly capable of lifting a line array up to 250kg in weight and up to 6m in height, the T200PA integrates diagonal reinforcing bars, reinforced cables, oversized pulleys and enlarged legs to provide strength and stability. Equipped with four transport wheels at the base – including two folding wheels for horizontal transport in combination with two side wheels at its base – the T200PA includes a dual braking load system.

Additionally, the manufacturer states its T-600PA can hoist a 600kg load of loudspeakers to a height of 6.8m. The design incorporates Dyneema, which is a synthetic fibre providing a similar resistance to that of commonly used regular steel wires. Offering an extended service life of up to 10 times longer, Dyneema is reportedly less prone to wear and tear than steel which is more easily damaged should it jump between grooves when rolled out from a drum.

In other news, Fantek recently signed an agreement with Lifters Systems for the manufacture and distribution of four products ranging from hydraulic lifts to abate large towers.

www.fantek.net

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