Octa-Flex lift-assist arms can be used to help lift and maneuver heavy vehicle components like EV battery packs, drivetrains, tires, and wheel assemblies.
BendPak is introducing new lifts, wheel service equipment and other automotive products at the SEMA show.
Kritzer worked his way up from the shipping and receiving department to president and CEO.
BendPak announced a new headquarters in Agoura Hills, California, for enhanced operations.
BendPak expanded its Alabama campus with a new 90,000-square-foot logistics center.
BendPak introduced its AP Series, a two-post lift with patent-pending features designed to make lifting internal combustion and electric cars, trucks and vans safer, easier and more efficient. The AP Series features a swing arm design that offers both greater under-vehicle clearance and better extension and retraction to enable technicians to reach the OEM-recommended lift
BendPak has introduced Ergochair, a new brand dedicated to helping technicians work more comfortably. BendPak says its new crossover work seat offers a range of adjustments to make performing awkward tasks in the shop more ergonomic, reducing stress and strain to deliver greater productivity and fewer injuries. Bendpak debuted its Ergochair and the first products
Dannmar, a BendPak brand, introduced two symmetric heavy-duty two-post lifts big enough to service pickups and loaded medium-duty trucks and cars. Both the D2-12C and D2-15C lifts feature a clear-floor design to roll equipment under the lift, oversized 53-in. tall carriages for superior strength, triple-telescoping arms and extended-height top beams to provide the clearance work
BendPak announced changes to its executive team effective August 3. President Don Henthorn, who has led the company since establishing it in 1965, will take on a more limited role in its daily operations as chairman emeritus. Jeff Kritzer will be promoted from executive vice president to succeed Henthorn as president and CEO. At the
Equipment innovation experts forecast what technology will be used in tire changers and wheel balancers in five to 10 years. This article is a Part Two continuation of a three-part article series on equipment innovations.
Experts from Coats, Hunter Engineering and BendPak explain the types of technology they are using in tire changers and wheel balancers. This is Part One of a three-part article series.
QuickJack lifts are compact, frame-engaging models with an open-center design for complete access to the vehicle’s undercarriage, BendPak said.