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Rotary Lift Releases Free Guide to Help Choose the Right Lift

The new Rotary Lift Application Guide shows at a glance the lift styles available to service each class of vehicle.
<p>The new Rotary Lift Application Guide shows at a glance the lift styles available to service each class of vehicle.</p>

Rotary Lift has released a free guide to help customers choose the right lifts for their service facilities. The Rotary Lift Application Guide is designed to show customers at a glance the lift styles available to service each class of vehicle.

“In most vehicle maintenance facilities, the vehicle lift is used more often than any other piece of shop equipment,” says David Fischmer, Rotary Lift marketing director. “With so much riding on your lifts, it’s important that they’re chosen carefully to meet your facility’s specific needs.”

From the smallest low-rise lift used to lift Class 1 vehicles weighing less than 6,000 pounds GVW to the biggest modular inground lift designed to safely lift Class 8 trucks and buses weighing more than 33,001 pounds GVW, the Rotary Lift Application Guide shows all the lift style options.

“Of course, proper lift selection goes beyond vehicle weight, length and wheelbase,” Fischmer says. “Customers should also consider facility layout, the types of services they perform, budget, technician ergonomics, safety, efficiency, and productivity enhancements. Local Rotary Lift distributors are always available to meet with customers to help determine the best lifts for their specific needs.”

Rotary Lift also offers its free assistPRO service to help any customer determine the optimal number, placement and arrangement of vehicle lifts for a new or remodeled facility. Rotary Lift’s in-house team works with individual customers and their architects to create custom facility layouts that maximize productivity.

For more information about the vehicle lifts available from Rotary Lift, visit www.rotarylift.com.

Rotary Lift is a brand of Vehicle Service Group, which is part of the Dover Corp. 

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