One of the latest Dennis Eagle refuse collection vehicles will be helping to demonstrate the capabilities of TOTALKARE mobile column lifts at Europe’s premier exhibition for resource management professionals.

The UK’s leading provider of heavy-duty lifting solutions will have a strong, eye catching presence at RWM 2016 when the doors open at the NEC Birmingham on Tuesday, September 13.

Ideal for lifting refuse vehicles of all sizes, the TOTALKARE range offers the perfect solution for both private and public sector workshops where efficiency, safety and reliability are key considerations.

James Radford, the company’s Sales and Marketing Director, explained: “At the RWM exhibition we will once again be showcasing the capabilities of our cable-free lifts that boast a lifting capacity of 7,500kg and are suitable for handling many types of vehicles.

“The lifts are widely used by many operators of refuse collections vehicles and it is fitting that one of the world’s largest manufacturers of these vehicles will be helping us to showcase their capabilities to the wider industry at RWM.

The ever-popular S6CF cable-free lifts on show at the NEC in Birmingham are typically used as a set of six on multi-axle vehicles to distribute the load evenly. The lack of cables reduces the risk of trips and falls, and reduces risk of accidental damage that can increase operating costs.

Alongside the company’s mobile column lifts, TOTALKARE will also be showcasing a fixed post lifts and on show will be a 25t model with a 9m lift capability.

The fixed post lift range is available for both floor and recessed installation, in capacities of between 16T and 33T. The lifts can also be galvanised for outdoor installation or use in washbays or other wet environments without compromising on reliability, longevity or performance.

Throughout the show, members of the TOTALKARE team will be on hand to talk about the Halesowen-based company’s other services, including training and fixed cost servicing an maintenance.

James added: “Since changing our name from SOMERSTOTALKARE last year we have invested heavily in enhancing our range of support services. We are looking forward to meeting existing and potential customers at RWM to explain our latest innovations when it comes to heavy duty lift management, whilst demonstrating how we can help them improve efficiency and safety in their workshop.”

As well as showcasing lifts and support services, visitors to stand 5T100-W101 can also get a close up look at the company’s extensive range of ancillary equipment, including support stands, transmission jacks and support stands.