Faster rise times and more user-friendly features improve productivity of technicians working on trucks and buses.
Forward Lift’s new CR Series four-post vehicle lifts are designed to help heavy-duty service facilities efficiently get trucks and buses back on the road. Lifts feature faster rise times and more user-friendly features for improved productivity, as well as fewer moving parts for reduced maintenance versus traditional heavy-duty four-post lifts.
“CR Series lifts offer a new twist on the traditional four-post lift design,” says John Uhl, sales and brand manager for Forward Lift. “All four posts are identical, and each has its own battery-powered hydraulic cylinder. This offers several operational and maintenance advantages over single-cylinder models. CR Series lifts are a cost-effective way for any shop to boost heavy-duty service productivity.”
Since each CR Series post has its own hydraulic cylinder, there are no cables, chains or sheaves under the runways to lubricate and maintain. The four cylinders are all inverted, so their chrome piston rods remain protected from debris and damage, even in the up position.
Identical posts mean that a CR Series lift can be operated from any corner of the bay for maximum convenience. Each post features a patented control system with an intuitive, easy-to-use graphic layout of the lift and real-time height reading. The lifts can be configured for pre-programmed lifting cycles, enabling users to quickly turn on the control panels and raise the lift to its desired height.
To minimize installation costs, CR Series lifts are anchored to the shop floor with four easy-to-install wedge anchors at each post. No site preparation or excavation is needed. There is also no need to run expensive 220V wiring during installation, since the battery-powered lifts’ onboard chargers require only a standard 110V electrical connection.