Vehicle maintenance: Save time, money with Rotary Lift's MCH413 mobile column lift

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Madison, IN — Fleet maintenance: All the time-saving, productivity-enhancing features of Rotary Lift’s heavy-duty Mach family of mobile column lifts are now available in a smaller package that’s perfectly suited for fleets, independent repair facilities and truck dealerships. Like the rest of the Mach family, the new MCH413 mobile column lift is designed to reduce lift setup time by more than 30 percent, so technicians can spend more time fixing the vehicle, and less time setting up the lift

Rotary Lift’s other Mach mobile column lifts have a rated capacity of 18,000 lbs. per column. The MCH413 is smaller, about a foot shorter and 150 lbs. lighter, and has a rated capacity of 13,000 lbs. per column. As a result, it also has a lower price.
 
“There are a lot of people who like the versatility of mobile column lifts, but don’t really need to pick up 72,000 pounds,” says Doug Spiller, Rotary Lift heavy-duty product manager. “You shouldn¹t have to pay for capacity you don’t need. In its four-column setup, with a 52,000-pound capability, the MCH413 can lift just about every vehicle from Class 8 on down. Plus, its smaller size and lighter weight make the MCH413 easier to store when not in use.”
 
The MCH413 is battery operated, so there are no power cords to clutter the service bay. Unlike other brands that require four communication cables to connect all four columns, Rotary Lift Mach series mobile column lifts use just three. These cables are arranged in a horseshoe shape, keeping one end of the lift open for easy vehicle entry and egress. The lift can be operated from any column through Rotary Lift’s patented control system.
 
The MCH413 minimizes downtime by raising a vehicle 69 inches in just 68 seconds. Technician-friendly adjustable forks eliminate the need for reducer sleeves and optional high-efficiency LEDs provide hands-free lighting.
 
“There’s a growing demand for mobile column lifts because they offer excellent vehicle access and can be used throughout the shop, unlike other lifts that have to be installed and used in a single bay,” says Spiller. “The MCH413’s economical price makes it affordable for fleets, owner operators and independent service facilities of virtually any size. Technicians can return vehicles to service faster than ever before because the columns are so easy to move, connect and operate.”
 
The MCH413 mobile column lift has been third-party tested by ETL and ALI certified to meet ANSI safety and performance standards. It is available in sets of two (MCH213), four (MCH413) or six (MCH613) columns.

For more information about Rotary Lift or other column lifts, click here to go to Utility Products’ Buyers Guide.



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