Omer Ralla 25 Car Turntable Platform

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Ralla 25 is a turntable platform ideal for those spaces where maneuvering the vehicle would prove extremely complex. XXXX

Max load: 2500kg

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This is a standard model/configuration. We can do any bespoke type/size made to your requirements.


Ralla 25 is a turntable platform ideal for those spaces where maneuvering the vehicle would prove extremely complex. Easy to use, Ralla 25 also comes in a version that can be tiled to match the surrounding grade, thus making it even more attractive.

Essentially, the Ralla 25 has eleven main structural elements:

  • Four platform wedges
  • Four wheel guides embedded in the construction work
  • A structure connecting to the underlying circular rack
  • Panel covering the connection structure
  • Motor assembly

Each of the wedge-shaped sections of the Ralla 25 has four polyurethane wheels, reducing the amount of unsupported space to the barest minimum and thus preventing deformation of the platform due to uneven weights. This also significantly reduces noise.

The connection structure is a cross-shaped element welded on the top.

The polyurethane wheels are secured to the structure with mechanical pins, hooked onto a “U”-shaped structure welded to the platform.

Once the four sections of the platform have been secured to the connection structure, they are closed by a covering panel that ensures a uniform finish.

The pit edging profile also serves as track for the wheels, thus preventing the wear that would ensue if they ran on rough concrete. Each part of the edge has a flange for securing to the next part, thus ensuring that it creates a solid guide structure. Moreover, some iron consolidation pieces are welded on the back of the guide to ensure that the unit is solidly secured to the concrete.

The central rotation pin - set on the motor assembly and fit with thrust bearings to completely absorb compression due to weight - is used to accommodate the connection structure.

The gearmotor is one with the structure supporting the central rotation pin. The gearmotor is built so that it is easy to install and does not allow for coupling errors.

The rotation pinion is coupled to the turntable’s circular rack by shifting the gearmotor assembly forward and back. This movement is enabled by just two slots located on the side of the assembly itself; moreover, once coupling has been completed, it can be locked in place with two securing bolts.