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Rotary Lift Introduces Mobile Column Lift Rental Program

September 12, 2013 - Products

Rotary Lift

Rotary Lift has introduced a first mobile column lift rental program. Customers can choose from three of Rotary Lift’s popular Mach series of mobile column lifts: the standard version with 18,000 pounds of capacity per column (MCH418); the wireless model with 18,000 pounds of capacity per column (MCHW418) or the compact model with 13,000 pounds of capacity per column (MCH413).

Any of these lifts can be rented for six to 30 months. Every rental includes a set of four columns, delivery, setup and training provided by a Rotary Authorized Installer, as well as a full manufacturer’s warranty. At the end of the initial rental, customers have three options: return the lift, extend the rental or purchase the lift.

Mobile column lifts can be used indoors and out, take up little space in the shop and can be moved in and out of the work bay to free up space when needed. Rotary Lift’s Mach series of lifts provide job turnaround times up to 30% faster than other lifts, for greater technician productivity and reduced vehicle downtime. They can be used to service a wide range of vehicles, from work trucks to tractor-trailers.

For greater flexibility, the columns can be split into pairs to service two vehicles at the same time with the use of optional fore and aft frame-engaging adapters.

All three Mach models offered through the rental program can be fully configured and controlled from a single column, which greatly speeds up the lifting process.

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