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In Ground Lifts

Go above and beyond by going with an in-ground lift.

We invented the first fully hydraulic in-ground lift more than 95 years ago. Since then, our obsessive pursuit of innovation has lead to a lift that requires less shop space and is environmentally-friendly. Rotary in-ground lifts have a smaller footprint that lets you put more lifts in your space, allowing you to get more vehicles in and out of your shop. Because of that, our Smartlift™ models are perfect for dealer service departments, while our heavy-duty models can help heavy-duty maintenance shops make the most of their various fleet demands. Either way, you can rest assured that our in-ground lifts won’t harm the environment thanks to their steel enclosures with EnviroGuard coating.


Add more lifts to your shop footprint by adding Smartlifts™

There's a reason it's Raised in Madison 



Along with our other employees, John cares about how your lift operates once it leaves our shop and is installed in yours. That's why every piece that John touches gets his stamp of approval before moving down the production line. It's employees like John that make Rotary Lift® the world's most trusted lift.

We're the original heavy duty lift company!

Bending, welding and assembling lifts with sweat and steel is all part of a day's work here in Madison, Indiana, USA. The men and women at Rotary Lift come together for one purpose, building the world’s most trusted lift. See why it’s more than just a car lift being built, it’s a legacy.

Rotary Smartlifts provide an open and aesthetically pleasing service area instilling confidence in your operation and translating into higher customer satisfaction. Smartlifts™ have a smaller footprint, allowing for more lifts in less space. Less space can mean lower construction costs and reduced utility bills. Environmentally responsible Smartlifts™ are made from recycled materials, are contained in a polymer housing which protects the lift and the environment, are bio-fluid compatible and use 95% less oil than traditional style Inground lifts.

Inspect to Protect

Learn what your recommended inspection points are for your inground lift.

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