Quad parking technology
Protect your vehicles from theft and maximize your real estate with the latest innovation in space saving and parking technologies from EMICOR. Regarded as the pioneer in car lifts and smart parking technology in the country, EMICOR’s Double Stackers offer protection and more space for your house or building.
Aside from doubling your parking capacity, the Double Stackers smart parking can accommodate any combination of sedans, mid-size to full size SUV’s. Each Smart Parking has a lifting capacity of 2.3 tons to 3.6 tons and wach has a manual lock release; hydraulic overload protection, automatic shut off once operator release key switch; a photocell sensor to detect cars under vehicle platform to automatically stop the equipment from operating and can be used for both outdoor and indoor purposes. “This parking technology is perfect for single houses, buildings, commercial areas, hotels, car dealerships and downtime offices which have no parking space,” says Micca De Joya of EMICOR. Double Stackers were the choice of building operators and hospitals such as Makati Medical Center, and car dealers such as Honda Cars Makati and some private car collectors who require parking spaces for their prized collections.
Smart Parking will only require a minimal space equivalent to two parking slots or 32 square meters. Ingress and egress is not a problem due to an optional electric turntable that can be installed in five days, which includes machine calibration, testing and personnel operation training. Smart Paking is a technology in use in countries like Japan, Singapore, the United States, Korea and Europe for years now. The smallest unit can hold six sedans with a maximum of 16 sedans.
Other advantages of Smart Parking include maximizing your limited space; security against theft; safety because the structure can withstand an M8 earthquake and 250kph winds; quick installation in a matter of days and environment friendly.
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