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Vacuum tube lifters are ergonomically designed to reduce back strain, injuries and accidents therefore reducing or eliminating workers compensation claims. When using a lifter on a daily basis, worker fatigue should be greatly reduced and productivity increased. The lifter impact on the work place, because of its versitility, should help reduce absenteeism and downtime. Using the vacuum lifter can accomplish many repetitive lifting tasks ergonomically, quickly and skillfully, without delay.
Vacuum tube lifters have a wide range of capacities from as little as 40 pounds up to 1,000 pounds. These units are powered by anywhere from 3.5 h.p. up to 7.5 h.p. regenerative blower.
Most vacuum lifters offer many standard vacuum heads. These heads usually twist or snap on or off to change one head to another and can be done in a matter of seconds. There are a variety of standard vacuum heads designed for specific applications from situations involving narrow spaces with little room to maneuver, to load destinations which are higher than the operator's head, loads from sacks, to cartons, to 55 gallon drums, or large wood or metal sheets.
Other standard heads enable the handling of different package shapes and surface types. There are even heads which can enable the operator to reorient cargo vertically or horizontally, with inegral vacuum pump or pneumatic assist devices.