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Forklift, industrial truck and motor vehicle maintenance is easier, safer and more efficient with Tilt-Or-Lift Inc.'s five service lifts. Each lift is designed to give mechanics easy access to all areas for maintenance, lubrication, repair, and parts replacement.
All five service lift models are made in the USA, operate hydraulically, meet all applicable ANSI and OSHA specifications, and incorporate automatic safety features to prevent injury in the event of hydraulic malfunction. All service lifts are shipped assembled and factory tested. Every service lift also comes with a one-year warranty. A variety of popular options are available to increase versatility.
- Why “Made in America” Matters to Tilt-Or-Lift
- Fixing Things Before They Break
- Servicing Forklifts on the Go – Utilizing the Mobility of the Port-a-Lift
- The Rising Tide that Lifts All Boats – Supporting the Rebounding Auto Industry with the Tipper
- Made in the USA – Ensuring that Every Tilt-Or-Lift is Tested and Assembled Before Heading Out the Door
Category Archives: Forklift Service and Maintence
Recently, the U.S. Department of Commerce held the first-ever SelectUSA 2013 Investment Summit. This two-day event highlights the SelectUSA program, which was created to promote investment in American businesses from both domestic and overseas sources. It is just one of … Continue reading
One of the most overlooked parts of running a successful business is preventative maintenance for your forklifts. When things are running at full speed, seven days a week, it can be difficult to stay ahead of trouble, but if you … Continue reading
Made in the USA – Ensuring that Every Tilt-Or-Lift is Tested and Assembled Before Heading Out the Door
Tilt-Or-Lift products allow employees to work underneath forklifts. Forklifts weigh several tons, so safety is paramount, and quality begets safety. To ensure this quality, all of our equipment is made in the USA. Having every Tilt-Or-Lift lift manufactured in America … Continue reading
Here at Tilt-Or-Lift, most of our lifts come with a 5 ft. approach ramp. But when you’re servicing man-on-board stock pickers, that just doesn’t cut it. These pickers have a rub bar that sits less than an inch off the … Continue reading
Back in the early 70s, a forklift repair man working for a grocery store had a problem: he didn’t like servicing his forklifts by propping them up with a jack and setting blocks underneath them. It wasn’t safe, and it … Continue reading