Increase Versatility with Four-Post Lift Accessories

Four-post lifts are a staple in some shops. They accommodate vehicles and repairs that might be more difficult to do on a two-post lift, and they’re very easy to use. It’s simple for techs to line up with the runway, drive on and lift. This makes them perfect for general inspections, simple maintenance, etc. And with the addition of some accessories, you can do even more.

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The Force Behind the Lift: Intern Edition

Here at Rotary we are pleased to offer internships to some of the best and brightest college students, so that they may gain valuable work experience from the makers of the "World's Most Trusted Lift."  They mean more to Rotary than a short 3 month "summer job," they become part of the Rotary family.  From the production floor to the accounting department, our interns work alongside us every day.  How about we learn a little more about the "little lifters."

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4-Post Lifts Offer Versatility for Your Shop



When you make an investment in a piece of equipment for your shop, you hope your techs will get a lot of use out of it. After all, the more they use it, the more it’s contributing to your bottom line. Sometimes that means buying a tool for a specific job you do often, and other times it means purchasing a piece of equipment that can be used for a variety of tasks. A 4-post lift falls into the latter category. Here’s a snapshot look at how they can be used.

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3 Tips to Provide 5-star Customer Service

In a business that relies heavily on referrals and repeat clients, customer service is king. In the repair industry, there are some basics you must meet. You need a friendly first contact and quality, honest repairs, but doing the bare minimum puts you in line with a long list of other shops. Going beyond that can help you stand out from the crowd. Here are three ways to do it:

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Four-Post Lift Buyers Guide [Free Ebook]

Your techs use the lifts in your shop all day, every day. In fact, they’re probably the most used pieces of equipment there. And because they use them so often, it’s important to choose the best ones for your business. If you’re considering a four-post lift, our newest ebook can help you decide whether it’s right for your shop and which type of four-post lift would work best.

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Customers Talk, Rotary Listens

Every time a technician raises a vehicle for service on a lift, standard industry safety practices require that the lift be “lowered to locks” before starting work. To do this, the vehicle is raised to slightly above working height, and then lowered a bit until the lift locks engage. This process relieves the lift’s hydraulic pressure and places the load of the vehicle securely on mechanical safety latches. Doing so reduces the chance of the vehicle freefalling if the lift system fails.

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What Can Your Rotary Lift....Lift?

You know the vehicle lift in your shop can handle a lot. You’ve seen it lift cars or trucks or busses and more. But what about more practical uses? How many footballs could it hoist? How many polar bears? These are the pressing questions that keep us up at night. You, too, we’re sure! So we did the research. Here’s what our lifts can handle.

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Force Behind the Lift: Christina Lagaly

"I love it when a plan comes together." That was a character's famed tag line in a very popular television show. The premise was a very elaborate plan with many moving parts, would somehow always fall into place, and the good guys would win. The show was popular because it appealed to so many. It incorporated gun fights, high speed car chases, airplane and helicopter maneuvers, but what resonated with a certain Rotary employee was the planning aspect.

Christina Lagaly loved the show for one reason, it played to her strong suit; her meticulous nature. Christina is the Master Scheduler for Rotary and is very well suited for the job. Today we learn a little more about the person who is responsible for the delicate symphony that is the planning, production, and distribution of Rotary Lifts.     

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3 Things You Need to Know About Mobile Column Lifts

If you're thinking about adding mobile column lifts to your shop, you likely know the basics of how they work and some of the benefits they can bring, but here's what you may not realize:

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3 Ways to Keep Up With Industry Changes

From farming to finance, every industry faces change: New technologies come and go. Consumer tastes evolve. Governing bodies set new rules. Change is truly a constant, and the car repair industry is no exception. Manufacturers are shifting the way they make vehicles to keep up with upcoming MPG requirements, buyers want more and more high-tech features and electric carmakers look to gain a bigger piece of the pie.

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