HighStep Systems

THE HIGHSTEP LIFT

The world's first mobile service lift – safe, efficiently and comfortably to the destination at any height

THE WORLD'S FIRST MOBILE SERVICE LIFT

The HighStep Lift is the world's first mobile, battery-powered service lift for all types of structures and towers. The lift allows an efficient, safe and comfortable climb. It hooks into the rail in just a few steps and can immediately be used to transport persons and materials. We only use state-of-the-art components to guarantee the high quality and safety standards. The HighStep Lift sets new standards in fall protection systems and opens up completely new options. Once in service, you will never want to be without the HighStep Lift!

FUNCTIONS

  • Automatic ascent and descent
  • High-resolution display
  • High-performance battery for longer operating times
  • Battery pack charges during descent
  • Hand-held remote control
  • Material transport
  • Rescue mode
  • Built-in safety functions

SAFETY FEATURES

  • Two-hand safety switch
  • Auto-engage rail connection
  • Emergency stop switch
  • Manual emergency down
  • Safety control (SPS)
  • Two separate drive units
  • Top and bottom collision protection
  • CE-certified

HIGHSTEP LIFT ADVANTAGES

  • Mobile, tough and compact
  • Many applications
  • Easy to operate
  • Efficient, safer and comfortable climb
  • Various safety features
  • Creates appealing work conditions for employees of any age
  • Low maintenance

TECHNICAL DATA

Maximum load capacity

150 kg

Conveying speed

24 m/min

Climb rate (AT 100 kg and 20 °C ambient temp.)

3000 m

Rated ambient temperature

-20 °C to +50 °C

Motor capacity

2x 750 W

Battery capacity

Approx. 1000 charging cycles

Dimensions

1250 x 440 x 580 mm (L x W x D)

Weight (without battery pack)

44.1 kg

Weight battery pack (removable)

9.4 kg

Type of protection

IP65

Service life

Approx. 2000 operating hours

Applied standards

Directive 2006/42/EC

DIN EN ISO 12100 Safety of machinery

DIN EN 1495 Lifting platforms - Mast climbing work platforms

DIN EN 1808 Safety requirements for suspended access equipment

DIN EN ISO 13849 Safety of machinery

Certification body

TÜV SÜD