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Rotary updates parallelogram wash bay lift package


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Rotary Lift's parallelogram wash bay lift package has been updated to maximize bay space and product life.
<p>Rotary Lift's parallelogram wash bay lift package has been updated to maximize bay space and product life.</p>

MADISON, Ind. Rotary Lift has updated its parallelogram wash bay lift package to maximize bay space and product life, according to the company.

The new lift with wash bay kit is third party-tested by ETL and ALI certified to meet ANSI safety and performance standards.

Rotary Lift manufactures a full line of parallelogram lifts with lifting capacities up to 100,000 pounds and platform lengths from 26 to 48 feet long. Any of these models can be ordered with the new wash bay package.

"Our updated parallelogram lifts are ... particularly well-suited to the harsh environment of the wash bay," said Doug Spiller, Rotary Lift heavy-duty product manager. "New marine-grade paint and stainless steel feet resist corrosion caused by constant exposure to water, grime and chemicals."

Rotary Lift's wash bay lift also includes an ALI-certified stainless steel control panel that can be wall mounted. As a result, officials said the lift's PLC power unit can now be located outside of the bay, up to 65 feet away from the lift itself.

Rotary Lift parallelogram lifts feature a clear floor design that provides complete vehicle access from both sides, as well as from the front and rear, with no obstructions between the legs. Automatic wheel chocks engage when the lift is raised and release when it is lowered.

The lifts are available in surface, flush mount and full recess applications.


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