Engine Stand 450KG Cordless
450Kg Engine Stand with drill option
This video is an overview of our 450kg engine stand and shows our Quick Mount mounting system. The mounting system is common across our range of engine stands
5 in stock (can be backordered)
450KG Cordless Engine Stand
- Mechanics Mate unique Quick Mount mounting system, all mounting plates are quickly, safely and easily removed
- Cordless drill operation, will suit all 3/8″ or larger drill chucks
- 304 stainless steel TIG welded frame
- 1 piece frame for maximum rigidity
- 450kg (1000lb) load capacity at 450mm (17.7″) from the engine side of the mounting plate.
- Mechanics Mate nickel plated, 4140 high tensile billet steel mainshaft for maximum strength and corrosion resistance
- Fully sealed bearing housing assembly
- Greased for life roller bearings
- Industrial grade worm gearbox
- Design life of the gearbox and bearings at maximum capacity is equivalent to 20 years operation building 1 engine per day
- 125mm (5″) extra long spacers for increased room between the back of the engine and the mounting plate
- 100mm (4″) diameter heavy duty wheels
- Universal or engine specific mounting plate
- Custom mounting plates
- 304 stainless steel drip tray with drain taps
- Does not come with drill as shown
- We recommend the Milwaukee M12 90 degree cordless drill part number C12RAD0 as it has the correct torque and speed for maximum gearbox life.
- Never use impact drivers, or impact drills to power the rotation as this will damage the gearbox.
- The engine stand must only be used in an area that has flat and hard surfaces free of cracks and damage.
- It is the operators responsibility to ensure that when an engine, or other load is mounted on the engine stand that it is loaded evenly, and the engine stand is stable with the load in all positions.
- The wheel design load far exceeds the capacity of this engine stand. The stand may be moved with a load. It is the operators responsibility to ensure that it is safe to move the engine stand whilst loaded. Before moving the loaded engine stand, as a minimum the operator should check to ensure that the surface is smooth and level, the load is centered and not too heavy to one side, ensure that the stand is not overloaded, check to ensure that the engine stand is stable and be able to move and stop the engine stand safely.