Scania Australia and New Zealand Choose MAHA

Scania Australia and New Zealand choose MAHA

MAHA has been a market-leading manufacturer of testing and lifting equipment for more than 50 years and its products are used all over Australia and the world to examine, test and maintain vehicles and now Scania Australia and New Zealand choose MAHA.

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Scania and MAHA have been global partners for several years and the relationship is even stronger now, with Scania recently extending it’s global preferred supplier contract with MAHA as their preferred supplier for Truck workshop equipment until at least 2024. So when Scania Australia/New Zealand was looking for a premium quality equipment that’s easy to use and has factory support locally in both countries, MAHA was the obvious choice.

MAHA are also assisting Scania in the planning and supply of equipment for their new state of the art facility in Eastern creek in Sydney, supplying lifting and testing equipment.

Scania Australia and New Zealand choose MAHA

Lloyd Carter, branch manager of Scania Campbellfield Victoria had this to say, “On receiving our columns, we have found them an excellent unit. Being lightweight makes them easily manoeuvrable and fast to set up, user friendly and at a very competitive cost. The set up training and aftersales support has been amazing, and it makes our decision easy when ordering in the future.”

 MAHA’s Extreme Duty 7.5-Tonne Wireless Column Lifts feature a unique, solid-steel H Beam construction instead of the more common welded box chassis.

MAHA says that this allows these super-compact column lifts to deliver improved stability while reaching a higher lift (1750mm), longer wheel forks (380mm) and industry-leading adjustable lifting forks (550-1500mm).

Instead of the chains or hydraulics with ladder locks used by some alternatives, MAHA Extreme Duty 7.5-Tonne Wireless Column Lifts feature a unique ball-race worm drive.

Scania Australia and New Zealand choose MAHA

This system deliver’s smoother running lifts, lower maintenance, millimetre adjustment for super-quick gearbox changes and means no resting on the locks is required with the electric engine brake. MAHA says the set-up also lowers friction for more lifts per charge and the entire spindle drive is covered by a five-year warrantee. MAHA Extreme Duty 7.5-Tonne Wireless Column Lifts feature three safety points – engine brake with manual override, power switch and wedge lock – for the utmost safety, with simple emergency lowering for power failure included as standard.

With their streamlined form and hydraulic dolly at each column, they’re designed to be convenient and easy to move around tight workstations. They also feature four 12V battery-power supplies for more flexible column positioning, making them suitable for all vehicle categories. MAHA Extreme Duty 7.5-Tonne Wireless Column Lifts feature dual-channel radio communication, switching channels to escape interference, 10-channel options for multiple sets and are operated via a workshop-robust, splash-proof control unit with a wear-free, easy-to-use membrane keypad. MAHA Extreme Duty 7.5-Tonne Wireless Column Lifts run on deep-cycle batteries, require only a 10A power socket and deliver between 25 and 35 lifts per charge.

For more information contact: MAHA Australia 1800 006 242

Visit: www.maha.com.au

Scania Australia and New Zealand choose MAHA

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