Rotary's new Mach Flex powered by RedFire wireless mobile column lifting system puts the ability to lift more than 150,000 pounds in technicians' hands with a patent-pending remote control. 

In some shops, especially those servicing buses or other long vehicles, two technicians often work together to operate mobile column lifts — one to run the lift and one to walk around and check that everything is going smoothly. With Mach Flex's industrial-grade remote control, a single technician can operate the lift while walking around the vehicle and the bay. The remote control guides the technician step-by-step through set up, eliminating the need to walk around, syncing each column one at a time.

The MCH19 FLEX offers a lifting capacity of 18,800 pounds per column, enabling a set of eight columns to pick up vehicles weighing up to 150,400 pounds. Mach Flex lifting systems are available in configurations of two, four, six, or eight columns.

Mach Flex also features Rotary Lift's patent-pending LockLight technology. If a vehicle is in the air and the lift's load-holding locks are engaged, LockLight's built-in green light will illuminate, indicating that the vehicle can be worked on.