Three locking positions at heights of: (w/o rubber blocks) 13 ¾”, 27 ¾”, and 36”
110V Power Unit
2 year structural, 1 year hydraulic, 90 day wear items warranty.
Available On or Around 12-20-2014
The Atlas® EM06 full platform portable mid rise lift is a great choice for the tire shop or service center that wants to get a passenger car or light SUV into the air as quickly as possible. Most full platform portable lifts only lift the vehicle about 24 inches. The Atlas® EM06 raises the vehicle a full 40 inches (with lift blocks); a very comfortable working height for the technician.
There is no need to position moveable arms under the vehicle lifting points. Simply drive the vehicle over the approach ramps and across the lift so that the platform is in the middle.
Place the rubber support blocks under the vehicle’s lifting points and you are ready to lift the car into the air.
The best way to position any vehicle on a scissor lift (with horizontal cylinders) is to allow some space (2-6 inches) between the lifting surface of the lift and vehicle’s lifting points. Click here to read more.
Quick set up time and an extended raised height makes the Atlas® EM-06 a real winner for those shops demand speed and quality in their lifting equipment.
Some Atlas 4-post, 2-post, and scissor lifts are warranted for two (2) years on structural components and one (1) year on air or electric hydraulic power units, pneumatic power units, cylinders and major components from date of invoice. Wear items are covered by a 90 day warranty. NOTE: ALL WARRANTY CLAIMS MUST BE PRE-APPROVED BY THE MANUFACTURER TO BE VALID.
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The Atlas® Brand
Greg Smith Equipment Sales is the largest distributor of Atlas Automotive Equipment. The Atlas Brand has been synonymous with the highest quality automotive service equipment and related automotive products (for the lowest possible price) for many years! Atlas products are sold all over the world.
We stock Atlas brand tire changers, wheel balancers, above ground lifts, alignment machines and many other automotive aftermarket service products.
How Do I Get My Stuff Off The Truck?:
Many customers do not have access to loading docks and forklifts. We have assembled some photos of our products being unloaded with and without the aid of a forklift. Many of our freight carriers have power tailgates on their delivery trucks. There may be an extra charge for the power tailgate, depending on the carrier. The power tailgate is normally rated at 1000 LB. capacity. This is not enough capacity to unload most of our lifts. However, when used properly (and safely), the power tailgate (in conjunction with some common sense) allows the customer to off load many of our products without the use of a forklift.
Most truck shipments will be delivered by a commercial freight carrier operating a tractor/trailer rig. The semi trailer will be enclosed. Most commercial carriers have smaller straight trucks and some have small flatbed trucks, but the majority of freight companies will not use these smaller trucks for your delivery. Greg Smith Equipment cannot guarantee the type of truck that will be used for delivery. You should assume that your product will be delivered on a tractor/trailer rig that uses a 53 foot enclosed trailer. This is a VERY LONG rig. It is the truck driver's responsibility to make sure that your product is brought to the back of the delivery truck. It is the customer's responsibility to unload the product from the truck.
If you are going to have your products shipped, please review the following:
1. Shipping a large product to a business address or to a freight terminal creates far less headaches than shipping to a residence.
2. Are you sure that a semi with a 53 foot trailer can access your delivery area?
3. Do you have the proper equipment to off load your product? The truck driver will move the product to the back of the truck, but it is the customer's responsibility to unload.
4. Have you discussed the GSES shipping policy with your salesperson?
5. If you are shipping your product to a buddy's business (because he has the forklift), are you 100% sure that he will inspect your shipment for concealed damages?
Please read (and understand) the following the articles to make sure there is no confusion about your responsibility in the shipping process. We ship thousands of lifts, tire changers, wheel balancers, air compressors and other pieces of large equipment each year. Once you (the customer) order from us (the distributor), our goal is to make sure that delivery of your purchase goes as smoothly as possible. If you have questions, please get them asked and answered before the delivery truck pulls into your driveway.
Greg Smith Equipment stocks a complete inventory of parts for the equipment we sell. We employ a full staff of technicians who can assist you (over the phone or in our warehouses) in repairing your equipment with genuine parts. Certain Competitors do not stock the equipment they advertise and do not stock any of the parts or accessories.
When considering hydraulic oil, a question we often receive is "which is better, AW32 or AW46?" The short answer is that neither is better or worse. Ultimately, there are several factors that must be considered to determine which is the better option for your lift and your shop.
Oil is rated and identified by its viscosity, which determines its ability to flow at different temperatures. AW means Anti-Wear.
The lower the number, the thinner the oil and the more easily it flows. AW-32 is neither "better nor worse" than AW-46. The numbers refer only to the viscosity, not to the quality. Quality of the oil is determined by the manufacturer.
For Atlas above ground lifts, AW-32 (lower number than AW-46) will flow "better" in colder weather than AW-46. Customers in colder climates (with unheated garages or service areas) may want to use AW-32. Above ground lifts located in heated garages (or warmer climates) may use either AW-32 or AW-46. We do not recommend the use of transmission fluid because its thinner viscosity (5W) can allow the oil to "weep" (around hydraulic cylinder seals) and transmission fluid may also reduce the "life expectancy" of the pump seals.