Customer Flush Mounted Titan 1500-XLT

This is a great idea if you’re able to do it. We’ve actually done the same thing at our homes. It’s definitely a lot easier to do this before the slab is poured. It can be done afterwards, but it’s much easier going into the pour knowing what you want. A very important note is to be aware of the dimension of the base as well as the table top. In the case of either the Redline 1500HD or the Titan 1500XLT, both machines have a base that is longer than the table top. If you’ll notice on our customers install here, there is a metal plate flushing the table with the concrete. Had that not been done, there would be a large gap which not only is a safety hazard, it basically renders the application useless as the entire point is to be able to smoothly roll something onto the table.

We’ve found that the RE2200HD works perfect as the base is smaller than the actual top. It’s also important to note that there needs to be some sort of channel dug in or set for the hydraulic lines. If you’re pouring a new slab, we recommend using a PVC channel. If you’re cutting into a preexisting slab you’re fine to notch the concrete and put a steel plate over the top. It’s a little bit of extra work, but the end result is a fantastic addition. Not only do you have a lift for your shop, but it also doesn’t take up any extra room when not in use. Feel free to call us with ideas or questions. We love to talk about this kind of stuff.

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