Rotary Liftrsquos new twopost and driveon lift brochures each cover light and heavyduty lift options and include helpful guides to assist customers

Rotary Lift’s new two-post and drive-on lift brochures each cover light- and heavy-duty lift options and include helpful guides to assist customers.

Rotary Lift releases new brochures

Rotary Lift has updated its two-post and drive-on lift brochures to provide a more comprehensive overview of each product line, the company announced. The new brochures cover the full range of light-duty and heavy-duty lifts for each configuration, and also include guides to help customers find the right lifts and lifting accessories for their needs.

“Over the last year, Rotary Lift has introduced new four-post, two-post and alignment lifts, and has expanded its Shockwave-equipped line of timesaving lifts,” said David Fischmer, marketing director for Rotary Lift parent company Vehicle Service Group. “This growth necessitated an update of our literature. In order to simplify the lift selection process, we used this opportunity to condense all two-post lifting information into one brochure and all drive-on information into another. This makes it easier to compare models and options.”

“Lifts detailed in the updated two-post brochure range from the new space-saving ATO7 7,000-lb. capacity lift to the heavy-duty SPO18 18,000-lb. capacity lift, and include the best-selling SPOA10 10,000-lb. capacity lift,” the company said. “The drive-on brochure covers lifts with capacities ranging from 12,000 lbs. to 60,000 lbs., including new Shockwave-equipped SM and AR Series light-duty four-post lifts, the patented Y-Lift and new heavy-duty HDC Series runway lifts. Full specifications, photos and applicable diagrams are included for each lift.”

The back of each brochure features a new lift application guide. The guide shows which Rotary Lift models are suited for various vehicles based on weight, length and wheelbase. Customers can use the chart to identify the types of lifts that are appropriate for the vehicles they typically service.

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