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Launch Tech Meets ALI Certification with Three New Two-Post Lift Models

These three new models will be available by the fourth quarter of 2011 and will be on display in AAPEX booth No. 1461 and SEMA booth No. 10148.

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ONTARIO, Calif. — Launch Tech USA Inc. has announced that its three new two-post vehicle lift models have met the requirements for certification under the Automotive Lift Institute’s (ALI) Automotive Lift Certification Program. Launch Tech also has formally applied for membership in the Automotive Lift Institute.
 
Jeffrey Qu, CEO of Launch Tech USA Inc., stated, “By teaming with ALI’s vehicle lift certification program, Launch can assure our customers that our products meet the highest manufacturing and safety requirements.”

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The three new models are the TLT210-A, an asymmetric designed lift with 10,000 lbs. capacity, the TLT210-AS, an symmetric designed lift with 10,000 lbs. capacity and the TLT211-AS symmetric designed lift with 11,000 lbs. capacity. All three new lift models feature height adjustable columns and the ability to lift a vehicle in either offset or standard configuration, according to the company. Standard features include double telescoping screw pads, single point lock release, heavy-duty arm restraints, outer hose guards, rubber door guards and powder-coated paint.

“The stringent manufacturing, safety and quality control criteria required by the ALI program called for a very diligent team effort by Launch’s Lift Design group” said Sam Fielden, director of lift operations. “Our entire factory team was put to the test to meet our goal of certification compliance. This certification reaffirms our continuing mission to produce high-quality products for today’s value-conscious consumers.”

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These three new models will be available by the fourth quarter of 2011 and will be on display in AAPEX booth No. 1461 and SEMA booth No. 10148.
 

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