Move 30L
For 1+ Unit
with 2.8 x 5.2 Sq m
Move 30L
By Parkplus
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The Move 30 L simialr to the Move 30 N but differs in that the lifting columns are both placed on one of the two longer sides of the platform. This allows the whole area of the plaform to be used.
A Car parking lift of very high quality, it can be installed into existing buildings without the need of major building works.

Overall view of the unit (to ensure easy understanding, the photos were taken during maintenance because the doors cannot be opened unless the platform is at floor level).
At the maximum travel height, the piston assembly, guide-shoulder and lock mechanisms protrude by 1,618 mm.
The shoulder-guide can be hidden for protrusion-free platforms where the top part does not protrude at all. In this case, the depth of the pit must be increased from 215 mm to 1,715 mm
Front view of the columns once the machine has been installed. Besides the columns, the photo shows the two pistons, shoulder-guides, torsion bar positioning rack and piston assembly for mechanical locking to the floor, including spacers between columns.
Detail of the front wheel stop to guarantee that the vehicle is properly positioned and to prevent it from shifting while the platform is being moved. Another such stop is found at the back.
Detail of how the column is secured to the wall using plates prewelded to the column and chemical anchors. The photo also provides details of the lift chain and pulley connection. A protection is secured on the outside ofthepulleytopreventthechainfrom leaving its seat.
The photo above shows an example of the limit switch positioned on the unit.
At the bottom, the photo shows the deceleration and travel regulation limit switch in action, highlighting the length of the operating cam (longer than the stop cam).
Instead, this angle shows the operation of the stop limit switch, located on the column opposite the deceleration limit switch, and highlights the shorter operating cam.
This series of photos shows the mechanical assembly that hydraulically locks the platform to the floor.
Then the shoulder drops down again and thanks to the connection groin it rests on the piston itself, protruding from its housing and ensuring overall stability. At this point the hydraulic lift system of the two pistons under the platform revert to the resting position, preventing the continuous stress the hydraulic circuit would be subject to if they were to remain constantly pressurized. Note that this platform does not present any movement as the vehicle drives on, a condition which would be seen if the platform were supported only by the pressure of the pistons. Indeed, this condition is easier on the user’s peace of mind.
The piston that mechanically locks the unit to the floor is further controlled by an “all out, all in” limit switch that analyzes the correct position. In case of piston malfunction - when it is not possible to set the platform in safety mode with pulsed operation from the electrical control panel - the limit switch sends the platform to the next floor so that it can then be secured. The shoulder of the platform passes beyond the point where the piston is mechanically blocked to the floor, thus allowing it to protrude.
The head pinion on the torsion bar has a notched ring (one on each end) that is engaged and runs along the rack (one per column). The same torsion bar has positionadjustable supports so that it is perfectly connected to the racks
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