__Technical
Specification for Lift & Drive Flexilift Series Models 70/110/160/225
kg__

**Q. What's the maximum load for Lift
& Drive Flexilift masts?**

**Q. How many lift cycles can I make with my Lift
& Drive on a single charge?**

**Q. What's the lifting speed and is it dependent
on load?**

**Q. What's the expected lifetime of the
batteries?**

**Q. Why do the batteries discharge more
quickly if I move heavier objects?**

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__Maximum load for Lift & Drive
Flexilift masts.__

The following diagrams shows the max allowed load for the different types of masts. Taken into account is how far out (distance from mast) and how much laterally displaced (off-centre) the centre of gravity of the load is placed.

In the example below the load is placed 375 mm forward and 200 mm off-center, the diagram gives a max. allowed load of 48 Kg.

The tare weight of the platform must also be considered.

* Assume*:

Lift and Drive Flexilift 19000 / 160kg, Powerpack Unit 16 Ah

Load 100 Kg Lifting 1.200m high (e.g benchtop height 0.750m up to shelf height 1.950m)

60% discharge

__Calculation__

From speed diagram: At 100Kg -
*5m/min, *empty - 7 m/min.

From current diagram: At 100Kg - 21A empty - 7A

* Calculate*:

1.2 / 5 x 21 / 60 = 0.084 Ah

1.2 / 7 x 7 / 60 = __0.020 Ah__

Total one stroke: 0.104 Ah

Therefore at 60% discharge: 16
x 0.60 / 0.104 = 92 **...............**__It can make 92
strokes.__

__Lifting speed depending on load __

__Lift &
Drive / Flexilift 19000 / 160kg__

__Expected lifetime of batteries
depending on discharge__

__Current Consumption Depending on Load__

__Lift &
Drive Flexilift 19000 / 160kg__