Hunter Introduces PowerSlide Alignment Lift Turnplate and Slippage Locking System

Hunter Introduces PowerSlide Alignment Lift Turnplate and Slippage Locking System

Hunter Engineering Co.'s PowerSlide alignment lift turnplate and slippage locking system secures plates with the touch of a button. Technicians no longer have to make multiple trips around the vehicle or struggle to remove and replace lock pins during alignment procedures.

Hunter Engineering Co.’s PowerSlide alignment lift turnplate and slippage locking system secures plates with the touch of a button. Technicians no longer have to make multiple trips around the vehicle or struggle to remove and replace lock pins during alignment procedures. The PowerSlide system automatically locks turnplates and slip plates on the alignment lift when the lift is lowered to the ground. This prevents technicians from driving off the lift with the plates unsecured, a leading cause of lift damage. The new system is available on new select Hunter RX scissor lifts.

For additional information, visit www.hunter.com.

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