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Triumph 9K 2 Post Floorplate Lift

Model: NT-9

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$3,089.50

Description

The Triumph 9000 lb. 2 Post Floor Plate Lift is now for sale! This lift features a power unit/motor along with floor mounting hardware, a dual point lock release a floor plate to cover cables & hoses, swing arm handles, & three stage front arms to provide excellent reach. Order yours today!

KEY BENEFITS
• Swing arm handles
• Dual point lock release
• Includes truck adapters
• Floor plate to cover cables & hoses
• Three stage front arms provide excellent reach
• 1 year parts warranty – no other warranties implied
• Includes power unit/motor & floor mounting hardware

 

CHANGE IN DESIGN
• New units have power unit mounted to backside of column
• Photos and videos depict power unit mounted to side of column


 

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Specs

• Voltage: 220 Volts
• Overall width: 132"
• Lifting height: 72"
• Truck adapters: Yes
• Concrete PSI: 3,000
• Motor: 3 horse power
• Lowered height: 4.5"
• Overall height: 111"
• Drive thru width: 95"
• Lock release: dual point
• Lifting time: 40 seconds
• Width between posts: 106"
• Base plate size: 19" x 17"
• Lifting capacity: 9000 lbs.
• Electric safety shutoff: No

Downloads

• Download the manual pdf HERE

Shipping

• Shipping Weight - 1,300 lbs.
• Residential deliveries not possible
• Returns of Triumph brand lifts not allowed
• Ships LTL truck freight to business w/ forklift
• Can be picked up at local truck dock terminal

PLEASE NOTE
• Will not fit into back of pickup truck
• Will not be loaded into trailer if doors cannot close
• Consult shipping dimensions and weight before proceeding with pickup

 

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Ask & Answer

  • chava Dec 27, 2021
    Q. hi I want to know if I can use this for my garage my plan is to put other car under the high on the roof of my garage is around 10 ft thanks
    A. Can it be done? Sure, assuming you have the ceiling height and structural concrete required. Measure the height of the bottom car. Jack up the upper car so that the wheels are hanging and then measure the height of the upper car as well. From there, add whatever gap you're comfortable between the upper car and the ceiling, as well as the lower car to upper car. Just a little basic math. Thanks Sal!
  • Big E Sep 22, 2021
    Q. Do y’all sell parts for the model nt9 I need the hydraulic hose and nipple that goes from the pump to the cylinder. Mine broke and no one around me can match the threads on it.
    A. Hi, sure we can help you. We'll need you to email us a picture of exactly what you're needing if it's not on the website already. Email [email protected] Thanks!
  • Steve Aug 17, 2021
    Q. I want to put a lift in my heated (floor) barn. Mostly be used for lawnmowers, UTV’s, and subcompact tractors. What lift would you recommend? Do you install? Is it an issue to install in heated floor? I live near Oshkosh WI. Thanks
    A. Good question, I would use the Handy B.U.L. which is a drive over style scissor lift specifically designed for UTV's and doesn't have to be anchored to the floor doing away with the possibility of damaging the heating tubes.
  • Steve Jul 28, 2021
    Q. What is the recommended concrete thickness? My floors been poured already cured for a yr with a average thickness of 6inch but in some areas it's up to 9in thick. I see the 3k psi rating mines 3500.

    I see different companies say different numbers. I've seen 4.5in is alright all the way up to 18inch pads. I don't intend on working on anything over 6k pds but would like the peace of mind knowing it's rated for more.
    Thanks
    A. Each lift and manufacturer have different specs. It's best to read the manual for that specific lift. As a general rule 9000 lbs and less require a minimum of 4" thickness, 3000 psi and reinforced. Larger lifts require a minimum of 6". Overkill is always a good thing, but at the end of the day, refer to the manual.

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