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New air-powered mobile wheel lift from Rotary Lift reduce risk of employee injury

Monday, September 30, 2013 - 07:30
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Shop managers can reduce the risk of employee injury while simultaneously increasing productivity with the new Rotary Lift MW-200 Mobile Wheel Lift. The air-operated MW-200 provides 200 lbs. of capacity at 100 psi, enough to lift a broad range of wheels and tires.
 

Reduce the risk of employee injury and increase productivity with the new Rotary Lift MW-200 Mobile Wheel Lift. The air-operated MW-200 provides 200 lbs. of lifting capacity at 100 psi, enough to lift a broad range of wheels and tires.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics, back injuries account for one in five workplace injuries or illnesses. By offering technicians a mobile wheel lift, shop owners limit their liability for worker’s compensation claims and reduce downtime due to injury.
 
“More than 1 million workers suffer back injuries each year on the job,” says Ron Lainhart, parts and service manager for Rotary Lift. “The majority of those injuries occur when employees attempt to lift heavy or awkward objects. There’s a lot of lifting going on in the vehicle service industry, but now you can protect your shop from expensive compensation claims with the MW-200. Plus, the most productive technicians are happy, healthy ones, so a mobile wheel lift increases productivity in addition to reducing injuries.”
 
The Rotary Lift MW-200’s air-operated design requires no batteries. It has a rise time of just six seconds, fast enough to satisfy even a time-pressed quick-service technician. The wheel lift rolls on four high-quality casters for easy maneuverability and features single-lever controls for quick operation.
 
Once properly positioned within the lift, a tire or wheel can be rotated 360 degrees on three large rollers. The rollers allow the technician to align the wheel and hub without straining to hold a heavy load. The MW-200’s entire column is offset on its rolling base to provide unobstructed access to the lug nuts.

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