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Prolifts Announces Two New VMB Lifts

By March 12, 2012 Press Release

Prolifts has announced two new additions to their VMB lift line: the TL-A150 and the TL-A300. These new lifts will be introduced at Prolight & Sound this month.

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VMB’s new TL-A300

Their full press release is below.

> Prolifts S.L. have released two new VMB TL-A line array lifts which will be presented at Prolight & Sound in March. The launch of the TL-A150 and TL-A300 mean that the company now offer 5 different Solutions for lifting line arrays and has taken their porfolio of lifts to a total of 17 different models.

> The TL-A150 lifts 150kg (331 lbs) to a height of 5.3m (17.4’) whilst the TL-A300 lifts 300kg (662lbs) to 5.8m (19’). Both lifts maintain compact features with the TL-A300 boasting a stowed height of just 1.58m and includes the ALS (Auto Lock Security) system, a safety feature which automatically locks the lift masts as they rise. The two new lifts also have the new SRS (Sequence Retainer System) built-in to them. The SRS means that the sections of the lift rise and descend in sequence, one after the other.

> The masts are manufactured from aluminum to keep the weight as low as possible. Steel outriggers and base as well as lateral support bars add further security and stability to the lift. The special design means that a line array can be loaded at half a meter from the lift’s main body enabling the array to be curved to achieve the desired coverage angle. These lifts offers an ideal solution for rental companies looking to elevate their line array quickly and safely. The Spanish company claims that a line array can be rigged up and lifted in less than 15 minutes.

> Also available in the TL-A line array series are the TL-A220 (220kg) and the TL-A320 (320kg) and TL-A450 (450kg).

– [VMB lifts at Creative Stage Lighting](https://www.creativestagelighting.com/products/vmb.html)

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