If you’re looking to flush-mount your lift in the floor for a smooth sub-surface installation, be sure to choose the MDS-6LPF. Sharing all the same features of the MDS-6LP, our space-saving flush-mount design is the ideal way to keep garage lift equipment parallel with your flooring.
Stronger lift from a collapsed position
A pneumatic "kick" powers the lift up from the collapsed height, which for a flush-mount means it goes from zero-footprint to full rise in about 45 seconds. This extra boost ensures a more even lift in the early inches, and the hydraulics take over from there.
Four hydraulic cylinders
We put enough power in this scissor lift to ensure it handles that 6,000-lb. load without a hitch. Fluid traveling to all four cylinders goes through a flow divider to ensure equal pressure at all times. The platforms are always going to rise and descend simultaneously every inch of the way.
Solid-steel safety lock bars
With three locking positions to choose from, the MDS-6LPF offers incredible work height versatility. If you've got a pit, the mid-rise design becomes a full-height service lift.
Convenient stainless-steel pneumatic cylinders
Instead of spring releases, which tend to wear over time, our flush-mount design features air cylinders pressurized to 50 psi, 10-CFM. A simple hand pump or air compressor will have the cylinders ready to go in seconds.
A push-button safety lock release system
The push of a button releases all locks simultaneously and quickly lowers the scissor lift platforms down to their flush-mounted starting position.
Hinge-point features Zerk grease fittings
Zerk grease fitting are long-lasting, self-lubricating and simple to maintain. They'll virtually last forever with minimal care.
Durable, cushioned rubber contact blocks
Hard rubber blocks come standard with your lift purchase. No small, dinky pads here. These rugged lifting tools will protect your vehicles' frames and are guaranteed not to slip when properly placed during lifting procedures.
NOTE: The lift platform and contact blocks allow lifting of most unibody and frame contact undercarriages at recommended manufacturer pick-up points on most vehicles. Be sure to compare your vehicle specifications, including ground clearance and overall height, with the specifications shown before you purchase.