Rotary Lift has has added a lift for medium- and heavy-duty vehicles to its Mach Flex powered by RedFire remote-controlled mobile column lift lineup.
Rotary Lift’s new Mach Flex powered by RedFire wireless mobile column lifting system puts the ability to lift more than 150,000 pounds in the technicians’ hands with a patent-pending remote control. Using the remote control lets the technician move around the vehicle while operating the lift from anywhere in the bay for maximum visibility and flexibility.
Rotary Lift’s Trio Arms are now standard on its medium-duty SL212 12,000 lb. capacity SmartLift in-ground lift, making it easier for technicians to work on a wide range of cars, trucks and vans.
Rotary Lift steps shop owners through five factors to consider when choosing a four-post lift in its new, downloadable, and free buyer’s guide.
Rotary Lift’s new RLP77 Double-Section Scissor Lift is designed to offer productivity, reliability and easy operation in a small footprint.
Rotary Lift says its Y-Lift vertical rise platform lift has a compact footprint to fit in smaller service bays.
Rotary Lift has received United States patent number 9254990 B2 covering two major aspects of the design of its Y-Lift vertical rise platform lift.
Rotary Lift is drawing on its more than 90 years of experience designing and manufacturing vehicle lifts to answer frequently asked lift operation, maintenance and installation questions in a new video series dubbed “90 Second Know How.” These short videos cover light-duty and heavy-duty lifts, including two-post lifts, four-post lifts and inground lifts.
Rotary Lift’s AR18 four-post alignment lift has a lifting capacity up to 18,000 lbs. and an adjustable runway to lift cars, Class 5 trucks and everything in between.
Advances in battery technology have made it possible for facilities to tailor their battery-operated lifts to meet specific needs, according to Rotary Lift. For instance, some battery types are more suited for quick service applications than others.