Rotation functions allow for the load to be rotated 360 degrees (vacuum specific), whilst the tilt functions can allow the vacuum to position the load from horizontal to vertical position.Close
These provide the critical contact with the load. The number and size of suction cups depends on the type of vacuum lifter and the weight of the load. It is often possible to configure cups for different load sizes, shapes and weights.
For example, some lifters allow cups to be shut off for irregular loads. Suction cups can lift glass, plastic, stone, wood, metal and glass-reinforced concrete.Close
A highly-visible gauge for accurate measurement of the vacuum pressure.
In the event of a loss of suction, there are both audible and visual alarms to alert the operator.Close
Dual vacuum circuits are often independent of one another. This means that if one loses suction, the other one will still hold the load.Close
Got a larger load? Simply use extension arms (where available) to assist with longer load lifts.Close
All vacuum lifters have a holder for the manual. This ensures all the required instructions are key with the machine, allowing anyone with the correct training to use the machine safely.
The information in the manual includes instructions of how to configure the pads for different suction cup positions and how to tilt and rotate the loadClose
Grab rails and handles are fitted to vacuum lifters to help the operator safely hold and position the machine. Grab rails also prevent operators from placing their hand close to areas of the lifter with moving parts.Close