Rotary Lift updates heavy-duty inground lifts

70 Q Traditional Inground Art FileRotary Lift has updated its 70 Series heavy-duty traditional inground lifts with new user-friendly features and has had the lifts third-party tested and certified to meet industry safety and performance standards, the company says.

“Our updated traditional inground lifts give heavy-duty fleet customers a cost-effective option for retrofits or new construction,” says Doug Spiller, Rotary Lift heavy-duty product manager. “Fleets have relied on Rotary Lift inground lifts for decades, and they know this is a product they can count on to perform every day.”

The 70Q and 703Q traditional inground lifts feature a new standard locking system with “lower to locks” feature, which the company says is based on the popular and proven Rotary Lift MOD Series locking system. Also new is an upright control console that eliminates the need for technicians to bend down to run the lift. Instead, the operator can control the lift from a comfortable standing position, the company says.

The 70Q is equipped with two hydraulic cylinders (one stationary and one moveable) for a total capacity of 50,000 lbs. The 703Q has three cylinders (one stationary and two moveable) with a total capacity of 75,000 lbs. Rotary Lift says each lift’s cylinders are automatically equalized and easily adjusted with push-button controls. The cylinders feature Rotary Lift’s exclusive EnviroGuard coating to protect against electrolysis and corrosion. EnviroGuard comes with a 10-year warranty, the company says.

For maximum flexibility, the company says the 70Q and 703Q frame lengths are customizable in one-foot increments to fit existing pits or new facility designs.

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