Absorption of high compressive and tensile forces up to 25 kN
Stroke speeds up to 100 mm/s
Integrated linear guide
PHOENIX lifting columns move forces of 0.5 t to 2.5 t.
This economical system combines screw jack and guiding in one. The possibility to take up eccentric forces as well, is the characteristic of the PHOENIX lifting column.
The compact design facilitates an extensive possible field of application.
PHOENIX lifting columns are used multi-purposely in the mechanical engineering, the aerospace as well as the pharmaceutical industry.
Features and processing
• Design according to your customer needs (lift, head plate, driving motor, IP protection class IP54 or 55 - other protection classes on request …)
• Eccentric loads (outreach) permitted
• Guiding and screw jack in one, thus external guides can be omitted
• Sectional tubes made of anodised aluminium
• Vertical and horizontal application possible
• Pressure and tensile load permitted
Our CAD application allows you to access 2D / 3D CAD data in various formats. Alternatively, you can transfer CAD data directly into your CAD system via our Click2CAD Toolbox.
With our PHOENIX lifting columns, forces of up to 25 kN can be easily moved. The versatile installation options, such as vertical, horizontal or overhead, and the compact design meet many requirements for use.
PHOENIX lifting columns are suitable, for example.B. for: Ergonomic height adjustment of work and assembly tables, lifting and moving eccentric loads without additional guides and visually demanding applications such as exhibition stands and much more.
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As part of a modernisation project, the Heinz-Schönfeld lecture hall of the Technical University of Dresden was equipped with a new blackboard adjustment system.
Instead of the cable winch system dating from the 1960s, a solution from Columbus McKinnon Engineered Products with PHOENIX telescopic lifting columns PH36 of the Pfaff-silberblau brand was implemented. With the new system, all five blackboard panels can now be automatically raised and lowered by 1,300 mm at a speed of 2 m/min at the push of a button. The system is very simple to operate. Each board in the lecture hall can be electrically moved individually via its own control element.
The Columbus McKinnon Engineered Products system operates silently, which is a great advantage during events and lectures. Thanks to their backlash-free sliding guides, they guarantee absolute stability even when fully extended.