As Vacuum Lifters continue to gain attraction across a number of different industries and environments, we here at AccessCO Move decided to break down why this is and discuss some of the different types that are available.
Why Vacuum Lifters have increased in popularity?
When you hear the term ‘vacuum lifter’, the majority of people would assume that this manual handling equipment is only suitable for flat surface materials such as glass and metal. However, there are end effectors that can be built specifically for other non-flat surfaces such as kegs and dog food bags, showing that they can be highly adaptable.
Vacuum lifters can lift a variety of materials of immense weight, this is great for moving materials such as heavy glass windows or concrete.
They are efficient and quick, providing accurate and precise handling abilities, meaning you can put your material exactly where you need it.
Renowned for their quality, the vacuum lifters’ safe and reliable functionality makes them a great option for any business wishing to improve or eliminate handling and lifting issues.
We go into more detail about what a vacuum lifter is and its benefits in another blog.
The Different Types of Vacuum Lifters
Each of these Vacuum Lifters comes with a variety of options.
- Floor Mounted
- Wall Mounted
- Overhead Crane Mounted
- Portable, mounted to counterweight
- Portable, mounted to forklift/stacker
- Standard: mild steel painted
- Option: all stainless steel
If you think Vacuum Lifter is exactly what you need, get in touch today!