New Counterbalance System Neutralizes Weight of Heavy Doors and Covers

March 14, 2017 Rachel Pilgren-Kane

Southco has recently expanded its Positioning Technology portfolio with the addition a system designed to neutralize the weight of heavy doors and covers. The CB Lift-A-SYST® series combines assisted lifting force and positional stability through the full range of motion for opening and closing to make equipment operation safe and reliable.

Southco’s Lift-A-SYST® series is designed specifically for controlling the exact weight of heavy flip-up countertops and covers, allowing them to be lifted and positioned with ease. The Lift-A-SYST® series allows a heavy door to be lifted with minimal operating effort and will continue to hold it securely in any position.

Available with an optional hinge point, Southco’s Lift-A-SYST® series can be fine-tuned to the feel of the door, eliminating the need for constant maintenance and readjustment. Additionally, the Lift-A-SYST® series offers safe operation and a repeatable cycle life.

Southco’s CB Lift-A-SYST® series is engineered specifically for controlling the exact weight of heavy flip-up countertops and covers, and can balance heavy loads, allowing them to be safely lifted and positioned with minimal operating effort.

To learn more about Southco’s line of positioning technology solutions, visit our Counterbalance product page.

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