Rotary 2 Post Lift
In the case of all the E and i-models, the powerful hydraulic unit is
fl ange-mounted in the upper area of the lifting column. The motor
is equipped with a temperatureoperated switch as an overload protection.
It is protected against outside infl uences and ensures more
freedom of action and low noise in the work bay.
The lift carriage bearings are made of self-lubricating and absolutely
maintenance-free Tivar® 1000 polyethylene.
Two characteristics that help reduce operating expenses
considerably. The long design of the lift carriage increases the fixing
stability and reduces the load on the plain bearings
The double telescoping rotary plate provide perfect adaption to the
vehicle pick up points – maximum stroke at a minimum height.
The supporting arms are automatically locked in position during the lifting operation.
Once the lift has been completely lowered, this interlock is automatically released.
The very narrow spacing between the locking positions and a manual unlocking
function enhance the ease.
• Single-hand control unit on both lifting columns.
• Electrically controlled safety latches.
• Sensitive pushbuttons.
• inbay technology with integrated LCD monitor.
• Retrieval of important information with a keystroke: Pick up points, reminder of maintenance intervals, operating instructions etc.
• Integrated diagnostic system for monitoring all the important functions of the lift.
• Integrated 220 V connection, prepared for connecting compressed air.
Rotary adaptor extension kit for passenger cars
(4 x 89 mm, 4 x 127 mm)
Rotary adaptor extension kit for delivery trucks/vans (4 x 200 mm)
Support kit for delivery trucks/vans (4 x U-support)
Tool storage trays Tool storage trays, magnetic
Rotary Lift’s story of success started in 1924.
Inspired by a barber chair rising in the air, company founder Peter Lunati developed
the world’s fi rst vehicle lift. The lift could rotate. This design made it possible
for vehicles to drive on and off the lift in forward gear. An important argument
considering the frequent problem of reversing at that time.
The patent for the lift was granted on September 1, 1925 and Rotary Lift
– the company – was born.
Over 75 years later, Rotary Lift has grown to become the world leader in vehicle
lift productivity. Apart from the headquarters in Madison,
Indiana (USA) and the European Control Center in Bräunlingen, Germany,
numerous global subsidiaries attend to the desires and requirements of our customers.
With this unique network, Rotary Lift has the opportunity of analyzing and
recognizing market trends at an early stage and of applying that knowledge to
generate global standards.
Worldwide product releases of numerous vehicle manufacturers emphasize this approach.