HUDSON, MA--(Marketwire - Aug 16, 2011) - Anver Corporation has introduced a compact, below-the-hook vacuum lifter that is designed for handling heavy pipe or tube from the top, in and out of containers, without using slings or hooks. It is especially designed to compensate for unevenly packaged cylindrical loads.
The Anver VPFL4 Vacuum Lifter for heavy pipe and tube features nylon centering guides and oval rubber suction cups to prevent anything other than nylon or rubber from touching the load. Designed to compensate for unevenly packed cylindrical loads with staggered rows, this vacuum lifter has a 500 lb. capacity and can pick up 2, 3, or 4 pipes or tubes from the top simultaneously.
Eliminating hooks, slings, and excessive handling that can cause damage, the Anver VPFL4 Vacuum Lifter for heavy pipe and tube is offered in air-powered or electric units that only need 8" of headroom. Standard features include an all-welded steel frame, adjustable handle with built-in controls, a vacuum gauge, and audio-visual vacuum leakage detector system.
The Anver VPFL4 Vacuum Lifter for heavy pipe and tube is priced from $2,995.00. Price quotations are available upon request.
About Anver Corporation
Founded in 1968, Anver Corporation has a rich history of innovation and a tradition of excellence. The company designs and manufactures a broad range of vacuum system components including suction cups and vacuum cups, specialized suspension systems, air, mechanical, and electric vacuum pumps and vacuum generators, vacuum gauges, ergonomic vacuum lifters, tube lifters, powered vacuum lifters and tilters, vacuum transfer systems, automation and EOAT (end-of-arm-tooling), and complete custom vacuum lifting systems to meet the most challenging customer requirements.
Considered the leading North American Manufacturer of vacuum material handling equipment, Anver Corporation is fully integrated and involved in all aspects of vacuum equipment production. The company is a mold maker, a rubber molder, components manufacturer, equipment builder, machine shop, custom design house, and a consulting firm; all in one. They design and build their equipment in Hudson, MA, USA and sell worldwide.