Maha released the ALI/ETL certification of the company’s HL CS 10,000 and HL CS 9,000 automotive two-post lifts.
The Automotive Lift Institute’s rigorous testing and validation program for lifts requires product testing by a third-party testing laboratory accredited by OSHA as a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory. ETL tests the lift to ensure compliance with the American National Standard governing automotive lift construction and regularly inspects the factory where the lift is made, as required by ALI.
The HL CS is one of the industry’s only automotive two-post lifts are made in the USA and assembled with American sourced components and is designed for easy shop inclusion with minimal site preparation requirements and an undemanding installation process.
Maha’s HL CS models are an asymmetric arm design, run on single phase power and feature a simple control unit that operates the lift with minimal instruction. Vehicles can be raised up to 76” in less than a minute. The HL CS 10,000 has a 10,000 lbs. capacity and features longer arms to give it the ability to service a wider range of vehicles.
The HL CS 9000 model introduces shorter arms with a low-lying 3.5” arm clearance to easily slide under low profile sport car designs.
Links: Auto Lift Institute