Rotary Lift

Rotary Lift installs battery-driven 2-post lifts in Tesla Motors centers

Rotary Lift, the exclusive vehicle lift supplier to Tesla Motors, has installed Shockwave-equipped two-post vehicle lifts in all of the Tesla Service Centers in North America.

Like Tesla’s Roadster and Model S electric cars, Rotary Lift’s Shockwave-equipped lifts are battery-operated, making them clean, green and fast, according to Rotary Lift. Thanks in part to patent-pending DC power units, Shockwave-equipped lifts are designed to be twice as fast as standard lifts, the company claims.

“Rotary Lift’s Shockwave-equipped lifts are a natural choice for Tesla service centers,” said Mark Fitzpatrick, Rotary Lift OEM account manager. “Like Tesla’s groundbreaking vehicles, Shockwave-equipped lifts use innovative design and technology to deliver superior performance. Shockwave’s unmatched lift speed enables Tesla’s technicians to provide their customers with faster service. And our use of sustainable battery electric power provides the added benefit of lowering facilities’ lift installation and overall daily operating costs.”

In addition to Shockwave-equipped lifts, Rotary Lift supplies Tesla Service Centers around the globe with its standard two-post lifts and four-post alignment lifts through Bosch Automotive Service Solutions. Bosch administers the Tesla equipment program globally and provides facility planning and installation for all of the manufacturer’s global workshops.

Rotary Lift two-post lifts accelerated by Shockwave have been third-party tested by ETL and ALI certified to meet ANSI safety and performance standards. They are built in Madison, Ind.