Revolutionary technology for your workplace: Consul lifting platforms make it possible!

With the latest generation of the HD Pro series, Consul offers a completely new type of 2-column hydraulic lift that is unique on the market.



The intelligent and innovative design with two hydraulic units and an electronic synchronization control means that almost all cost-intensive wear parts such as support cables, hydraulic hoses or deflection rollers are eliminated. Maximum safety is guaranteed by a catching device, which also serves as a set-down device to be able to work on the raised vehicle without hydraulic pressure.

Important for the professional workshop: less wear and tear by eliminating hoses, ropes and pulleys! No restrictions when lifting vehicles with high roofs.

The double unit, which Consul uses to drive the hollow-piston pressure cylinder, enables the very low installation height of just 2.65 m. Even at full stroke, a ceiling height of just under 3.90 m is required. Thanks to the freely programmable stops and the lack of a crossbar, you decide for yourself on the installation height. The intelligent electronic control means there is no need for a mechanical switch-off on vehicles with a high roof.

The new Consul HD Pro series is the next milestone in your workshop equipment.

All benefits at a glance:

  • no hydraulic hoses
  • no steel cables
  • no pulley
  • no rigid connections
  • two 2.2 kW units


How long does it take to install and commission a lifting platform?

Consul lifts are almost fully assembled. Usually, we need about 6 hours to set up a 2-post lift.

can a lifting platform also be used in a small workshop?

Due to the intelligent design of the Consul lifting platforms, we sometimes only need a ceiling height of 2.60 m.

Thanks to the wide range of products, there are solutions for all needs and requirements.

How do you operate the lift?

All Consul lifting platforms are operated via a push button control or a reversing switch.

can a lifting platform also be used for private use?

Of course yes, just pay attention to the floor and electrical requirements.