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Mohawk’s mobile lifts feature touchscreen control

Posted on October 16, 2012

Mohawk’s mobile lifts are available with this 7-inch touchscreen control (at right), which shows the total weight being raised by all columns and the number of cycles per technician.
Mohawk’s mobile lifts are available with this 7-inch touchscreen control (at right), which shows the total weight being raised by all columns and the number of cycles per technician.
AMSTERDAM, N.Y. — Mohawk’s mobile vehicle lifts are now available with a 7-inch color touchscreen control.

The screen shows the total weight being raised by all columns and the number of cycles per technician. It also offers password protection for tracking the lifting cycles per technician, shows remaining battery life, graphically shows locks engaged or not yet locked, and is customizable to show a bus, fire engine or dump truck.

Mohawk’s mobile lifts are available in 18,000, 24,000 or 30,000 pounds per column, with a maximum total capacity of 240,000 pounds. The lifts can be used indoors or outdoors and can be moved into any level bay. Mohawk lifting forks are available in either 15- or 22-inch lengths to fully engage both rear dual tires.

All Mohawk lifts are designed and manufactured in the U.S. For more information, visit www.mohawklifts.com.

 

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