Rotary Lift unveiled its XA14 alignment scissor lift at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show, booth #10239, going on now at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
The decision-making process involved in purchasing a new lift involves a number of factors in order to suit your specific needs.
The latest Rotary Lift “90 Second Know How” video outlines 10 steps technicians take at the start of every shift to ensure their two-post lifts are operating properly.
Rotary Lift has added a wireless, remote-controlled mobile lift column with a rated lifting capacity of 14,000 lbs. to its product line.
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.