Rotary Lift has launched two high capacity two-post lifts with the SPO16 and SPO20 lifts, both featuring Trio arms and available Shockwave technology.
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Rotary Lift has launched two high capacity two-post lifts with the SPO16 and SPO20 lifts, both featuring Trio arms and available Shockwave technology.

Photo courtesy Rotary Lift

Rotary Lift has launched its highest capacity two-post lifts to date with the introduction of the SPO16 and SPO20 lifts, both featuring Trio arms and available Shockwave technology.

With lifting capacities of 16,000 and 20,000 pounds, respectively, the two heavy-duty lifts are designed for servicing most work trucks, including utility trucks, ambulances and cargo vans. Unlike other heavy-duty two-post lifts, the SPO16 and SPO20’s Trio arm design also accommodates smaller vehicles, making them a great choice for mixed fleets, dealerships, large service centers and fleet maintenance centers.

Trio arms use a proprietary three-stage design that enables technicians to easily move the arms into position and then precisely position adapters where they’re needed for proper lifting.

Rotary SPO16 and SPO20 two-post lifts can be supercharged with the company’s Shockwave technology so they rise and lower up to twice as fast as other lifts. Shockwave-equipped lifts are battery-powered and have onboard chargers, so the lifts work during power outages and there is no need for 220V or three-phase wiring. Shockwave-equipped lifts also come with Rotary Lift’s Spotline laser spotting guide that makes it easy to center a vehicle between the lift columns.

The SPO16 and SPO20 come equipped with rubber adapters for pinch welds and height adapters to reach recessed frames. Both the SPO16 and SPO20 can be fitted with LockLight, an optional lift accessory that uses an illuminated green light to show technicians if a vehicle lift is resting on its locks and ready to be serviced.