The MCHF13, a smaller lift in the lineup of Mach Flex powered by RedFire remote-controlled mobile column lifts, provides 13,000 pounds of capacity per column for lifting medium- and heavy-duty vehicles.
The vehicle lift supplier now ships battery-operated cabled mobile column lifts with its touch screen control technology to customers across North America.
The supplier’s remote-controlled lift lineup now includes the MCHF13 FLEX lift, which provides 13,000 pounds of capacity per column.
According to Stertil-Koni, new technologies that have been incorporated into transmission jacks have increased lifting capacities and improved stability.
The supplier’s new Mach Flex (MCH19 FLEX), powered by RedFire, is designed to give technicians the ability to lift more than 150,000 pounds with a patent-pending remote control.
According to the vehicle lift supplier, existing pits are often reusable with new certified replacement inground lifts.
The ST 1064 hydraulic mobile column lift has a capacity of 14,000 lbs. per column, or 56,000 lbs. for a set of four.
The light truck adapter features a wide reach and a short standing height, allowing it to fit under a variety of light duty vehicles.
V-REX, a vertical rise, drive-on platform lift, is designed for large vehicles.
Aiming to boost efficiency, New York-based J&J Miles outfits its shop with heavy duty mobile column lifting technology, featuring the ebright Smart Control System.
The manufacturer relocates the charger to a more protected area within the lift column for improved durability. The charger uses the same technology as Rotary Lift’s Shockwave-equipped two-post, four-post, and in-ground lifts.
V-REX, a drive-on platform lift designed for large vehicles, is available in three lifting capacities and five runway lengths.
New commentary in the latest edition of the building code in use or adopted by all 50 U.S. states clarifies that all installed vehicle lifts must conform to ANSI/ALI ALCTV.