Four-Post Vehicle Lifts

Four-post lifts offer stable lifting systems for most vehicles by virtue of their design. Four-post units are the most cost-effective way of lifting a vehicle with wheel supports due to the use of hydraulic power. Despite these benefits, the design requires a lot of space and its platforms can obstruct certain types of work.

Although still used extensively for MOT installations, four-post vehicle lifts have largely been replaced by cheaper and ergonomically-superior two-post lifts for routine service work in garages throughout Hampshire and its surrounding areas. The capacity of a four-post lift starts at three tonnes.

Rotary SM40/LT

22nd December 2017

Electro-hydraulic four post lift with a 4.0 tonne lifting capacity, movable platform and optional wheel alignment. Available to suit any MOT bay.

Rotary SM55/LT

27th November 2017

Electro-hydraulic four post lift with a 5.5 tonne lifting capacity, movable platform and optional wheel alignment. Available to suit any MOT bay.

Rotary SM65/LT

22nd December 2017

Electro-hydraulic four post lift with a 6.5 tonne lifting capacity, movable platform and optional wheel alignment. Available to suit any MOT bay.

Technique T4400 Series

27th November 2017

Class IV Electro-hydraulic four post lift with a 4 tonne lifting capacity, movable platform and optional wheel alignment. Available to suit any MOT bay.

Technique T4500 Series

27th November 2017

Class VII Electro-hydraulic four post lift with a 5 tonne lifting capacity, movable platform and optional wheel alignment. Available to suit any MOT bay.