Ingimex’s new tail-lift conversion breaks boundaries with its market leading conversion weight of just 160-200kg. Where other manufacturers add a weighty supporting structure; the Ingimex design favours complete integration of the supporting structure of the tail-lift into the dropside body. The end result is a conversion weight solely made up of the weight of the tail-lift itself; thereby minimizing the impact of the tail-lift installation on payload.
And the feature list doesn’t start and finish with ‘lightweight’. This tail-lift installation is also maximum width thanks to intelligent positioning of rear corner pillars to prevent obstruction of the loading area. In line with all Ingimex products; the design meets the relevant EU regulations (in this case EN1756-1) and keeps the vehicle legal by including a light cluster system which ensures that lights and number plate are visible when the tail-lift is stowed. Commonality of components across all Ingimex dropside tail-lift installations for the full range of chassis manufacturers, allows Ingimex to offer spare parts on a 24 hour turn-around time. In line with the Ingimex design philosophy; the tail-lift installation is a bolted design which means spare parts can be fitted by end users using simple hand tools.
Tail-lift installations from Ingimex come fully tested and certified and Ingimex are the only UK LCV body manufacturer to fully test their products in house. All components are pre-coated to automotive standards with steel parts powder coated or zinc plated to give at least 500 hours of salt spray resistance. All Ingimex designs are not only load tested, (with the tail-lift installation tested as fitted to 2.1 times the lifting capacity), but also durability tested (for up to 10,000 hours). Testing products to this extent gives us the confidence to offer a 3 year warranty on all products as standard.
Ingimex can fit the tail-lift during the manufacture of the body or post production. You can even bring your dropside to our Telford-based factory and we will install the tail-lift whilst you wait with an approximate waiting time of three hours.
The Ingimex tail-lift installation is available for a wide range of chassis manufacturers such as Vauxhall, Ford, Iveco, Volkswagen, Citröen, Fiat, Peugeot and Renault. Ingimex fit column lifts from several popular manufacturers for this tail-lift conversion, all of these give a half tonne capacity. A wide variety of variants are available such as solid or grid platforms, folding or fixed, with or without safety gates, with or without trailing edges etc.
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