Maxon to debut BMR Columnlift liftgate

Oct. 15, 2015
Maxon Lift Corporation will unveil its next-generation BMR Columnlift liftgate at the upcoming International Foodservice Distributors Association (IFDA) Distribution Solutions Conference.

Maxon Lift Corporation will unveil its next-generation BMR Columnlift liftgate at the upcoming International Foodservice Distributors Association (IFDA) Distribution Solutions Conference. The conference will be held October 26-28 in Phoenix AZ.

Those who stop by booth # 725 at the show at 2 pm October 27 will witness the official unveiling of this liftgate. The BMR Columnlift is the result of more than three years of development work, stringent testing, and more than 100 beta gates in field operation.

With up to 6,600 pounds of lifting capacity, the next-generation BMR will feature a new bolt-on design concept, a new platform opening/closing design with a single-piece mechanism, interchangeable rollers, and slide pad tandem assemblies. Other features include polyethylene lower column protection pads; easier access to the main control switch and power-down-on-demand feature; mechanical platform adjustments for all platform versions; new chain anchor position; new retention ramp locking mechanism; standard flashing lights; and a redesigned pump box.

For additional product information, call 800-227-4116 or access www.maxonlift.com/products/columnlift/bmr.

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