MOT / ATL LIFTS
Cascos have been manufacturing lifts for UK MOT Testing for decades. To this day, Cascos still have one of the few lifts that will fit into the recesses and MOT bays of the smallest bays, making them an ideal replacement for those mature testing facilities working on ‘Grandfather Rights’. At the other end of the product range, and more recent criteria, Cascos have a premium quality ATL lift range which offers the most refined product in its sector. In fact, Cascos were one of the first companies to be involved with ATL lifts when they supplied the entire Japanese market as far back as 2004, when most European manufacturers’ products were still in their infancy.
C430MOT - 3200kg Capacity & 4.1m Platform Length (Class IV)
C440MOT - 4000kg Capacity & 4.335m Platform Length (Class IV)
C450MOT - 5000kg Capacity & 5.2m Platform Length (Class VII)
C440MOTATL - 4000kg Capacity & 4.335m Platform Length (Class IV)
C451MOTATL - 5000kg Capacity & 5.325m Platform Length (Class VII)
Specifically designed for ATL
In typical Cascos style, the ATL lifts are the result of an extensive ‘design and perfect’ project, culminating in lifts that were built specifically for use in ATL applications, rather than taking a standard lift and modifying it. The end result is a product that is refined where others are merely adapted. For example, unsightly cables for the shaker plates are neatly housed and hidden through dedicated tubes welded to the platforms. Additionally, in light of the vibration created by the play detector function, the lift is strengthened accordingly to ensure that, long term, the lift can cope with this adverse side-effect.
Our platforms are reinforced by hot rolled profiles (a bit like an RSJ). This avoids any deformation and bears the weight better, keeping the platform totally flat/straight over the lifetime of the lift.
Peace of mind security systems
Cascos use a double mechanical safety system (security ladders and safety bars) coupled with a pneumatic security system, providing far better reliability than electromagnetic devices used on budget lifts.