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Car Lifts—What You Need to Know Before Buying For Your Workshop

Car repair and maintenance involves a lot of bending, kneeling, and lying underneath the car. That’s because most mechanical issues with vehicles, such as damaged or missing components, heavy corrosion, or transmission misalignment, occur in the frame and undercarriage. With a vehicle lift, car owners and mechanics can service a vehicle more easily and efficiently.

What is a car lift?

A car lift is a hydraulic machine that facilitates the hoisting of a car, truck, or motorcycle above the floor when there’s a need to access its underparts. It helps make repair and maintenance easier by providing the mechanic with a wider and more serviceable workspace. Made of high-grade steel, this machine can hold the weight of an entire vehicle. Some lifts, as an option, are designed for lifting only a portion of a vehicle, which is a practical choice if the repair needed does not necessitate full lifting. A hydraulic car lift works on the principle that a force applied on one end of a contained fluid is multiplied as it reaches the other end. This is why even a slight push on the jack can lift a massive object like a vehicle. The body of the car lift must be stable and strong enough to transfer the load to the floor without breaking or toppling over.

Maha Lift

When should you use a car lift?

It’s obvious that the main market for car lifts consists of auto manufacturers, car service centres, and independent auto repair shops. Although this technology was primarily intended for car manufacturing, repair, and storage applications, now even private car owners have begun to have their own car lift setup. Car lifts are also used to maximise garage space. Those who own more than one vehicle but lack the required floor space in their garage could consider setting up a car lift. This allows the use of the garage’s unused vertical space, which is an efficient way to protect one’s assets. Commercial centres that offer car parking spaces may also use hydraulic lifts as an alternative to long ramps.

What are the different types of car lifts?

On the lookout for the perfect car lift to add to your workshop setup? Here are some of the most common types you will see:
  • Four-Post – It has four hydraulic posts of equal height and a platform that can be raised with a vehicle on it to allow drive-in storage for a second vehicle below.
  • Two-Post – With only two hydraulic posts, this type of car lift is so much more affordable, space efficient, and versatile than a four-post car lift. Instead of a vehicle table, it has two arms (one on each post) that hold the vehicle up.
  • Scissor – The name given to this type of lift was based on its accordion-like mechanism found beneath the runways, which is also responsible for lifting and lowering the car resting on the platform.
  • Portable – As the name suggests, this type of lift is easy to pack and haul to a different location, unlike the previously discussed types which are usually stationary and too hefty to carry even on a heavy-duty vehicle.
There are a few other types of car lift but they are not as commonly used as those discussed above. If you are considering purchasing one or a set of units for your business or garage, make sure that your supplier is a reputable one like MAHA Premium Workshop Equipment. This is a top dollar investment so you need to be certain of the quality of the unit you will purchase to make the most of your new machine and avoid possible liabilities when that machine breaks down.

Facts About Mercedes-Benz

We all about the famous car company Mercedes-Benz but Here are a few interesting facts about the company that you did not know:

  1. The first Mercedes-Benz brought in the modern automobile to the world-

Karl Benz patented his three-wheeled, Motorwagen in the year 1886, which his wife took on a 120-mile tour through Germany without his knowledge. It was equipped with a 954cc single-piston, four-stroke -engine with a blistering-for-that-time 0.9hp.

  1. The iconic silver color came into the picture from saving weight for a race-

Most of the company’s race cars, the special and their flagship models have the company’s recognizable silver shade but the color only a mere improvisation. In the year 1934 at the Nürburgring, Mercedes-Benz’s white, aluminum-bodied W 25 race car had to be under the weight of 750 kg to race, but it came in over one kilogram above the standard weight. The racing team manager decided to take out the paint which resulted in a sparkling silver racer that ended up winning the race and even cementing an archetypal color.

archetypal color
  1. Mercedes-Benz made a hybrid vehicle in the year 1906-

Early car companies experimented with a mixture of electric and gasoline-powered vehicles before cars powered by petrol took over, the company’s Mixte model was the very first manufactured hybrid car. It had a gas engine in the front along with a dynamo that supplied the spark for the two motors in the rear. The model claimed a top speed of 75 mph.

  1. Gottlieb Daimler inadvertently invented the first motorcycle-

When Daimler manufactured a vertical, one-cylinder engine back in the year 1885 that ran on gasoline, he attached it into a wooden frame that is based off a bicycle. This cool invention brought in the Daimler Reitwagen and is considered the very first motorcycle.

  1. Safety crumple zones started on a Mercedes-Benz-

In the year 1951, when most of the American cars subscribed to the more-metal-is-safer attitude, the company’s engineer Béla Barényi’s research led to a patent on a variety of specialized cells within the car body that can deform upon any impact. These “crumple zones” helped them to redistribute the force of impact during a crash and ended up being implemented on Mercedes-Benz cars ever since the year 1959.

  1. They were one of the first companies to stick brakes and suspension on all four wheels-

By the summer of the year 1924, all the company’s cars have been equipped with brakes on four wheels, and it also helped in solidifying the company’s commitment to safety. Then in the year 1931, they brought in the Mercedes-Benz 170, which was well-equipped with a suspension on each corner of the car, also with leaf springs in the front and even an innovative coil spring at the rear.

Facts About Toyota

  1. Highest Number Of Patents in the industry-

Toyota has a lot of patents with them. They have the record for holding the highest number of patents. The company has over 1000 global patents and its far ahead of any automotive company. The company’s patents increase as it brings in more developed and innovative technologies in the future.

  1. Toyota Invests about 1 Million Dollars Every Hour into their Research And Development-
Research And Development

The company always had a huge budget for its research and development because for them providing safety and innovative vehicles to their customer is the top priority. Every year, the company puts in more than 9 billion dollars into their Research and development. All these create new and innovative ideas, technologies and design. The company is striving to develop better safety features to make roads a safer place and also to keep their customers happy.

  1. The Korean War Protected the company-

When the company was on the verge of bankruptcy, the Korean war boosted the car economy. In June of the year 1950, the company made about 300 trucks, and the Korean war increased this number to over 5000. It helped the company to rebuild their business, and it began to thrive.

  1. The original name of Toyota was spelled with a “D” ( Toyoda)-

Toyota’s brand name has a long history to it. The initial name was spelled with a “d” after its founder Kiichiro Toyoda. It was then changed to Toyota due to the Japanese script as the spelling contained eight strokes. It was also considered as a lucky number in the East Asian Culture.

  1. The Leading Car Company in Hybrids-

The company’s Eco-Friendly cars are very popular among Toyota vehicles. It puts a lot of time and research into manufacturing quality hybrid vehicles. They are even the leading company for hybrid vehicles in the industry. Their main objective is to go greener. Toyota cares about the environment and wants to help others reduce the carbon footprint. The Toyota Prius introduced by the company is the very first hybrid vehicle. At present, there are more than 11 million different hybrids across the globe.

  1. Toyota Came to America only in the year 1957-

Toyota has an excellent history in the automotive industry. It was initially known for being a textile business called the Toyoda Automatic Loom Works. In the year 1937, Toyoda’s oldest son turned the business into an automobile manufacturing company, and even the changed the name to Toyota Motor Company. He then traveled to the United States of America in the year 1929, where ideas of manufacturing the Toyota vehicle inspired him. He also believed that Japan needed to produce more domestic vehicles to boost their economy to support their war against China.

Facts About BMW

BMW is known for is looks and power, we all know a lot about them but here are a few remarkable facts about the world-class car company BMW that you never you about:

  1. The Dixi was the first car manufactured by BMW-

By moving into the automobile industry, the company bought the Automobilwerk Eisenach in the year 1928 and using that, the rights to build the Dixi car. In the beginning, the cars were named as BMW Dixi, but the name was dropped in the year 1929 when the DA-1 was replaced by the updated version, the BMW 3/15 DA-2. The car went on sales about 80 years ago in the year 1929.

years ago
  1. There was a time when BMW almost became the Merc in the late fifties-

In the year 1959, the company was close to bankruptcy because of the cold wars. The Mercedes parent company Daimler-Benz attempted a hostile takeover. At the same time, BMW made a counter attack, by enlisting even the lowest mechanics in the company’s help to buying back shares. In the end, they found help from a significant private investor, whose family owns a lot of shares of the company today. Due to this battle, it caused a significant rivalry between the companies, which is still evident till date.

  1. The BMW headquarters is shaped like the BMW Engine-

The headquarters of BMW has a similar design to that of a four-cylinder engine. It also represents the four-cylinder heritage of BMW. They made about every fuel-efficient car in the history of the car industry. The same technology was used directly into the engine of the car used by  Red Baron called the greatest war engine in the war. They race in the Formula 1 tournament and won the championship with 20-year-old motor design.

  1. BMW, which stands for Bayerische Motoren Werke and they started by making aircraft engines-

BMW started during the world war I because Germany had few planes and plane parts. After the war, the German companies were banned from producing any warplanes and warplane engines by the terms of the Treaty of Versailles. The company then shifted to motorcycle production and followed by automobiles in the year 1928.

  1. BMW has built their own Lamborghini-

The very first BMW “M” car, known as the legendary M1 was supposed to be a Lamborghini. The company and Lambo came into an agreement in the year 1970 to jointly build a race car. The Germans were supposed to give the engine, and even some suspension bits and the Italians will the do the rest. Due to some financial reasons, Lamborghini pulled out at the last minute, which was supposed to be one of the most significant moments in the automobile industry.

Facts About Tesla

  1. Elon Musk has been with the company since 2004-

Musk joined the company in the year 2004 where led the company’s investment round and chaired the company’s BOD. He also worked as the company’s controlling investor by personally funding the majority of series A capital investment with about $7.5 million. As he became the face of the upcoming famous Tesla, his relationship with the founders sparked a legal battle that was settled out of court.

  1. Long road trips across the country is not a problem-

Driving an EV is very comforting but when it is the time to plug in the car for those who rely on the EV for the long trips cannot just slip into garages to recharge their vehicles. The company has tried to avoid the problem by placing about 1332 stations which are equipped with more than 10,000 superchargers around the world. The cost of using these stations incorporated into the price of the car when you are buying it, and it is very convenient. The company even gives maps to the travelers so they can find where to recharge.

  1. Choosing the Tesla name took a lot of time-
lot of time

The company’s name was given in honor of Nikola Tesla, who is a Serbian inventor and an engineer who developed the very first modern alternating current motor. On the first versions of the Tesla motors website the company’s leaders announced “without the belief of Tesla’s vision, our car would not be possible. The co-founder of the company selected the name after struggling for months in an idea that is then-girlfriend sounded appropriate. They decided the name over dinner when he suggested Tesla as the company name.

  1. The batteries make all the difference in this new world-

There many electric cars in the present market, varying from Nissan Leaf to the new Mercedes Benz B class, but the company won over the customers with its unique blend of power and its range. The reason behind this was that other manufacturers used a specialized large format lithium-ion cell. The company’s battery pack is made of thousands of inexpensive commodity cells that is similar to the ones in the laptop, but more refined. There are more than a billion of these cells produced in a year for all kind of industry, meaning their design and its performance has a lot of fierce competitive pressures in the market.

  1. Elon Musk is not an original Tesla founder-

Even though Elon Musk is known as the company’s CEO and the product architect, the firm existed before he got involved. Tesla was started in the year 2003 by Martin Eberhard and Marc Trapenning in an attempt to solve a real problem, that is the dependence of oil. They decided to build a beautiful, yet expensive aspirational car to improve green cars and ease them. The team spent about three years developing the product and also seeking new capital.

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