Rotary-Lift says its new MCH13 mobile column lifting system is designed to help technicians inspect and measure the extent of collision damage on a tractor more easily and thoroughly when the vehicle is in the air rather than on the ground.
“Inspecting a damaged frame from a close-up standing position in a well-lit area lets a tech evaluate the frame more thoroughly, and makes it easier to spot any additional hidden damage,” says Lee Daugherty, director collision sales – the Americas for Chief. “The portable MCH13 mobile column lift lets shops make repair estimates anywhere in the shop without interfering with other work in process. Plus, the versatile MCH13 can be used when performing body work or mechanical maintenance on heavy trucks.”
Rotary-Lift says the MCH13 mobile column lift system consists of four individual columns, each with a lifting capacity of 13,000 lbs. The lift can raise cars, trucks and other vehicles weighing up to 52,000 lbs. Mach Series lifts have been third-party tested and certified to meet all industry safety and performance standards, the company says.
Additionally, the MCH13 can be fully configured and controlled from a single column, which greatly speeds up the lifting process. It feature easy-to-use, intuitive controls and a horseshoe wiring design that minimizes set-up time. Adjustable forks accommodate approximate tire sizes from 9 to 24 in. Each battery-operated column is equipped with an on-board charger, Rotary-Lift says.